Russian foreign policy 5 years since Crimea
Russia – West
Olga Irisova on the possible reconciliation of the West and Russia, the cessation of information confrontation and the attendant difficulties that scenario might bring
Scenario: The year is 2028. For a decade and a half, Russia has been in a state of frosty confrontation with the West. Putin’s departure...
Anton Imennov takes stock of last year’s sanctions against Russia, and forecasts more of the same for the year ahead
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
Cooperation with Russia is shaking the constitutional system of the Czech Republic
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.
A mysterious kidnapping in the Czech Republic and a Russian spy scandal in Austria are posing awkward questions for Russia-friendly populist governments in both countries
What are the consequences of the American withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan, and what do they mean for the region and all interested parties?
The year is 2028. The multipolar world has arrived. The Western-led multilateral order has given way to different centers of power and influence, notably the United States, India, Brazil, a more autonomous European Union, and an ever-closer axis of autocracy between Russia and China