Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 12 February, 2020
Turkey and Syria are now at war – but the ultimate arbiter of what happens next is likely to be Vladimir Putin.
Yauheni Preiherman - 21 January, 2020
Minsk retains enough power to decline any Russian proposal it deems unacceptable – even if this results in a further rise in economic tension.
Kadri Liik - 16 January, 2020
A political transition has started in Russia. While preserving a powerful role for Vladimir Putin, 2024 might nonetheless bring about real-enough change.
Gustav Gressel - 9 December, 2019
Zelensky and EU leaders want the Normandy summit to show they are giving diplomacy a chance. But the risk all lies on their side, not Putin’s
Kadri Liik - 19 November, 2019
Russia’s new generation of foreign policy professionals bring with them a shift in attitudes that challenges centrality of “the West” in Russian foreign policy.
Richard Giragosian - 7 August, 2019
Kadri Liik, Momchil Metodiev, and Nicu Popescu - 30 May, 2019
Gustav Gressel - 28 November, 2018
Kadri Liik - 21 May, 2018
The path to winning the normative war will not go so much through countering Russia as through improving Europe’s resilience and reinvigorating its model