Andrew Wilson offers solutions on the Ukrainian front to prevent a gas crisis next year
With a new US president, what are the prospects for a more united trans-Atlantic position on how to deal with a resurgent Russia and the ?neighbourhood? states in between?
The EU has eased its visa ban on Belarusian officials. Was this the right move? How far can Belarus, once notorious as the ?last dictatorship in Europe?, really change?
Ukraine has lost another government. Tymoshenko has lasted only 8 months as Prime Minister, only a few weeks longer than her first attempt in 2005.
The EU’s frenetic diplomacy around the conflict is in stark contrast with its reluctance to engage just a few months ago
The hostilities in Georgia are more than a war in Europe’s backyard. It is a war in Europe itself, with dire consequences.
The EU needs to figure out a way to come together to fight back against Russian aggression. An article published in Newsweek.
The biannual EU-Russia summit begins on 26 June in Siberia. Can the EU take advantage of the opportunity to restart the relationship, or will it fall victim to the divisions that have plagued it in the past?
As Russia prepares for the inauguration of Dmitry Medvedev on 7 May, the mystery surrounding the next president continues to grow
The fact that Dmitry Medvedev has won the Russian presidential election hardly counts as news, but the manner of his win contained a number of surprises