Analysis

Russia's Economic Footprint in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Russian strategy of keeping Bosnia and Herzegovina neutral and blocking integration with the Euro…

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EU-NATO Tensions Point to Transatlantic Troubles

Facing uncertainty over Transatlantic relations, Europe has rushed towards deepening its defence…

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The Cryptoruble - Russia's Ambiguous Approach to Cryptocurrencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the creation of a national, state-operated…

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Italy's response to migration in Libya full of problems

The number of migrants and refugees crossing the Mediterranean Sea in 2017 dropped by 34 % compared…

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Europe’s tech weakness downplays its global role

Scientific progress and technological innovation have always been fundamental prerequisites for …

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Kremlin’s Leverage in the Visegrad Countries

Following the weekend election victory of populist Czech President Milos Zeman, Moscow will…

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Czech political turmoil points to Eastern Europe's problems

The Czech Republic, once heralded as the poster child of the post-Communist transition to free…

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Majority Vote on Quota System on the Horizon

Bulgaria is assuming the presidency at a time of an effective institutional crisis within the Union…

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Populist Attack on Judicial Independence Threatens Romania's Security

When the Soviet’s ultimatum on 26 June, 1940 demanded the Romanian territory of Bessarabia, the…

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PESCO: Essential step for the resurrection of European defence

The Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) on defence between EU member states is not a European…

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PESCO: Possible implications in the field of migration

Three PESCO projects led by Italy, Greece and Belgium will focus maritime and port surveillance…

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Poland’s Rearmament is Only Beginning

Poland has just launched a significant rearmament program. Besides its traditional dissuasion…

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NATO adapts to threats on the Eastern Flank

In November, NATO Defence Ministers agreed to create two new military commands to provide better…

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Visegrad Four continues to battle Europe

The gridlock over migration policy continues to revolve around the same issue – mandatory quotas…

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Federalisation of Europe enters mainstream politics

Even though Martin Schulz’s idea of a United States of Europe was dismissed as divisive and…

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Despite strong Russia ties, Bulgaria's Euro-Atlantic course is steady

As Bulgaria assumes its EU presidency on 1 January, 2018, distinct voices in the Western public…

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Inclusiveness, not compartmentalisation should be EU’s Russia policy

Compartmentalisation of EU-Russia relations looks set to gain traction, but the best way to…

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Strengthening EU's External, Internal Borders to Combat Terrorism

The current situation related to migration and increased level of terrorist activity within the…

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For Visegrad, CSDP is ineffective but EU should gain strategic independence

Some 451 politicians, civil servants, researchers, businessmen and journalists from Visegrad…

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New French anti-terror law will only be partially effective

On 30 October, the French signed a new anti-terror law that grants enhanced power to law…

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