Wider Europe: Publications

Turkey, the Kurds and the fight against Islamic State

Cale Salih - 14 September, 2015

Europe must prioritise diplomatic support for peace between Turkey and the Kurds as a pre-requisite for a successful strategy against Islamic State

Can “Putinomics” survive?

Kirill Rogov - 5 June, 2015

The Russian economy is set for a slow decline.

What does Ukraine think?

Andrew Wilson (editor) - 18 May, 2015

Ukrainian experts on war, politics and national identity.

From sanctions to summits: Belarus after the Ukraine crisis

Yaraslau Kryvoi, with Andrew Wilson - 5 May, 2015

As the European order shifts, the EU has a chance to rethink its strategy and objectives.

A “Soft Alliance”? Russia-China Relations After the Ukraine Crisis

Alexander Gabuev - 10 February, 2015

Improved cooperation constitutes a possible danger for the EU

What will happen with Eastern Ukraine?

Kadri Liik, Andrew Wilson - 5 December, 2014

The situation in eastern Ukraine is only a temporary stalemate.

The New European Disorder

Ivan Krastev, Mark Leonard - 20 November, 2014

The EU cannot hope to transform Russia, but it should be aware of the price of secluding it

Why Europe should support reform of the Ukrainian gas market – or risk a cut-off

Chi-Kong Chyong - 13 October, 2014

To avoid gas cut-offs Europe should help Ukraine reform

Rebooting EU Foreign Policy

François Godement, Daniel Levy, Mark Leonard, Kadri Liik, Vessela Tcherneva, Nick Witney - 3 October, 2014

The EU is ill-equipped to respond to foreign policy crises.

Protecting the European Choice

Andrew Wilson (editor) - 28 July, 2014

Europe must change policy towards Russia to protect partnering countries