Olga Gulina reports on state plans to tempt Russians from across the post soviet space to resettle within Russian borders
Anton Imennov takes stock of last year’s sanctions against Russia, and forecasts more of the same for the year ahead
Maxim Starchak on the future of the Kremlin’s military policy following the dismantling of the INF Treaty
As the newly formed Orthodox Church of Ukraine moves away from Moscow’s influence, it may in fact spark further Russian meddling among Ukraine’s clergy and parishioners
Modern Hungarian-Russian relations can be neatly summed up by the phrase “in the right place, at the right time”
The Balkans remains a site of confrontation between Russia and the West — here’s why it will stay that way for the foreseeable future
Russia and Saudi Arabia are rolling a boulder up a hill only to see it tumble back down as their relative market power declines
Cooperation with Russia is shaking the constitutional system of the Czech Republic
While Russian public opinion regards the US as a rival power, it simultaneously recognises the commonalities between Russian and American aspirations
A shifting balance of power in Congress toward the Democrats will bring a more hawkish approach to US-Russia relations, with a doubling down on tough sanctions.
One of the main reasons for the Polish-Russian relations crisis are fundamentally incompatible identities of the two countries’ political elites.
Is Vladimir Putin’s Russia a harbinger of global populism, or its next victim?