Regardless of the election result, Moscow will continue to see US policies as provisional – as a part of a temporary phase that one needs to wait out, to see what follows
War and revolution are not inimical to Moscow if they follow paths Russian policymakers understand and even support
The July 2020 report by the UK Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee is part of a wider and somewhat depressing phenomenon: Western countries’ analyses of what Russia is doing are often mediocre in the eyes of those in Moscow
With no heroes to laud or foes to lambast, Putin is not having a good crisis. But don’t write him off just yet.
A political transition has started in Russia. While preserving a powerful role for Vladimir Putin, 2024 might nonetheless bring about real-enough change.
Negotiations with Russia over a new European security order would have huge – to many, alarming – implications for Ukraine, the EU, and the NATO alliance
Two decades on from his ascent to power, Putin cuts a lonely figure in a political desert
Europe needs to start reconceptualising its relationship with Russia. Here’s how it can do this
The outcome of May's European Parliament elections will inform Moscow's understanding of the EU as a political actor on the global stage – but what message will Europe send?
Europeans and Americans are failing to coordinate their Russia policies. At a time when the old world order is disappearing fast, their loss of normative unity may actually be helpful.