Prospects for a central and eastern European security union
Wider Europe Forum
Georgia fears that Nagorno-Kharabakh hostilities could draw in powerful neighbours, Turkey and Russia
The timing and political consequences of the decision to repeal the constitutional amendments seem to confirm suspicions over the independence of the court
On 1 April, Kaliningrad’s special economic zone privileges expire, meaning that it will lose its right to duty-free trade and will have to stand on its own two feet
Despite war, and political and economic uncertainty, Ukraine has made remarkable progress since its revolution in fundamentally reforming its state
Developing better conditions and better social environment for migrants in Russia is essential in tackling this trend
Repressions and human rights abuses in Russia, happen for other, myriad reasons besides Kremlin policy and those reasons will still need to be addressed, no matter who sits in Moscow.
Unless both Brussels and Washington renew their political and economic commitment to the region, they may soon find that amid their struggle to resolve the bloodletting in Syria they have lost sight of the growing crisis in south-eastern Europe
While a total of 17 percent is far from being a game changer in national politics, it is a dangerously high number considering the degree of political volatility in Georgia.
The latest clash of Russian and Western geopolitical vectors has given birth to a direct confrontation between the new government of Moldova and its diverse opposition