Politics

Embattled Instagram in Iran closer to complete shutdown than ever before

The Iranian presidential election promising a major change is just around the corner. Reformists…

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Interview with Stefan Meister: A Green Government in Berlin Should Worry Moscow and Beijing

Germany’s political evolution makes for a greener environment, as politico Stefan Meister explains.

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Authoritarian Statecraft in Belarus and Russia: Difference of Responsibility Deniability Approach

The recent Belarus Ryanair plane hijacking was an audacious act against international law. However,…

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Pashinyan’s Collapse and Armenia’s Lost Hopes for the Western Course

Nikol Pashinyan, the Armenian Prime Minister, hasn’t had it easy in the past few months. Although…

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European Union’s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic in the Southern Neighbourhood

European Union’s Southern Neighbourhood has even before pandemic been recognized as one of the…

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Diplomatic Warfare: Russia’s Misuse of Diplomacy to Further State Interests

Recent events in Central Europe have brought to light an acute problem - Russian spy and…

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European Security After Biden’s Inauguration

With Joe Biden in the White House, the U.S. foreign policy is expected to change, get back to the…

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ESJ Insight: On Health Disinformation with Katarína Klingová

ESJ Insight brings you an insider’s perspective on current security issues. Join us to discover…

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When Governments Fail to Protect Journalists: The EU’s Involvement in the Investigation of Ján Kuciak Murder

When in 2017 and 2018, the European Union was shaken by the reports of the killings of…

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ESJ Insight: On Chinese Foreign Influence with Dr. Rogier Creemers

ESJ Insight brings you an insider’s perspective on current security issues. Join us to discover…

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ECtHR Judgement in Georgia v. Russia (II): A Bittersweet Victory for Georgia

In January 2021, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) found Russia responsible for human…

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When Democracy Is Contested

In the early 1990s democratisation and liberalisation were regarded as parts of an indivisible and…

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Vaccination Politicization: Misuse of Pandemic Response in Europe

Vaccines, in the eyes of some, have become the modern panacea, but are scarce. Some countries…

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Time for Plan B in Belarus: Timely Transition and Reform are Necessary

As protests in Belarus simmer, strong opposition to Alexander Lukashenko has locked it in a frozen…

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Finlandisation has little to do with Finland

Finlandisation is a concept that is rarely about Finland and almost always about Russia. The term…

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Active EU Health Diplomacy in the Western Balkans Is a Way to Win the Region over and Prevent the Rise of Extremism

With the emergence of the covid-19 pandemic, health rapidly became one of the most important areas…

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ESJ Insight: On the US Military Involvement in Europe with Dr. Richard Andres

ESJ Insight brings you an insider’s perspective on current security issues. Join us to discover…

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Alexei Navalny’s Trial: Blatant Misuse of Criminal Law

Russia is in the middle of political turbulence which has recently swept the Eastern countries. In…

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ESJ Insight: On the Global Implication of the New Biden Administration with Petr Boháček

ESJ Insight brings you an insider’s perspective on current security issues. Join us to discover…

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Podcast ESJ Insight: Engaging Debates About the Biggest Security Issues Facing Europe Today

The European Security Journal is excited to launch our new ESJ Insight podcast! Look forward to new…

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