Having defied expectations, Serbia now deserve all the help Europe can give
As Russia prepares for the inauguration of Dmitry Medvedev on 7 May, the mystery surrounding the next president continues to grow
To underscore its commitment to Balkan stability, the Spanish government should recognise Kosovo’s independence. An op-ed from El Pais, in Spanish.
Solving Mitrovica – Kosovo’s Kosovo – will require robust action by NATO and the EU, but also innovative thinking
The EU?s Western Balkans policy has had a mixed record since 2001 and new thinking is required in preparation for the next Commission
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
An in-depth analysis of the political context of Dmitry Medvedev’s rise, focusing on the behind-the-scenes manipulation by ?political technologists’
In 2000, George Bush looked into Putin’s eyes and claimed he had found a soulmate for the West. Today, Western leaders may be about to repeat the same mistake with Dmitry Medvedev.
The Russian presidential election is such a cliffhanger. Will it be the rising star Dmitry “Obamovich” Medvedev? Or the veteran Gennady “McCainovich” Zyuganov? Aren’t we on the edge of our seats?
Kosovo?s independence will require restraint and calm by all parties. Even so, it will present a number of key challenges for the EU.