Alex Petriashvili, Georgia's State Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, will look at what developments can be expected in the next couple of months in Georgia’s relations with the West
The outcome of last October's parliamentary elections has sent Georgia on a bumpy road of political transition. The EU can help by stepping up its engagement and gain a more impartial foothold in the country.
A new era for EU-Georgia relations?
Brussels and Kyiv have been at loggerheads for over a year and the recent EU-Ukraine summit has not broken the deadlock. Will the fling between the EU and Ukraine that is now a decade old end bitterly or will it finally mature into a real partnership?
Fiona Hill will look at if Vladimir Putin can re-invent himself once again or is his grip on power loosening? And is there a role for the West to play in these developments or shall it adopt a wait-and-see strategy?
As the European Union and Ukraine prepare for their delayed summit in Brussels on Feb. 25, many are wondering why the two sides are meeting at all. Nobody expects any decisive breakthrough, even though this is the highest level meeting between the two entities, taking place on a yearly basis.
A comprehensive evaluation of European foreign policy
Russia-watchers have long been interested in her place on the international arena. Now, with China at the centre of the growing power game, the question is how Russia will seek to position herself in the Pacific Century.