Politics

The paralysis on Syria

Eighty-three per cent of the population, twelve million people. Those are the 2019 estimates of…

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European naval anti-smuggling operation Sophia will continue, but won’t be naval anymore

The Political and Security Committee, composed of the ambassadors of the member states dealing with…

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V4 Grows Distant from Western Allies over Violence against Women

Despite the recent election of Slovakia’s first female president, many of the V4 are going…

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Turkish Regional Elections Could Change National Politics

Generally, the outcomes of regional elections are only relevant for those directly touched by them,…

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Italian Dangerous Gamble: The Belt and Road Initiative and Growing Chinese Influence

Chinese president Xi Jinping’s visit to Italy marked an important shift in Rome’s policy towards…

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Ukraine Elections Special: Poroshenko Guides Ukraine Towards NATO and the EU

The Current Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will run for re-election in the fast-approaching…

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From poster boys to the bottom of the league

Although the Visegrad Group’s members are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the collapse of…

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Ukraine Elections Special: Ukraine Under Tymoshenko Would be Headed for Uncharted Waters

Yulia Tymoshenko was the first out of all serious contenders for the Ukrainian Presidential seat to…

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Europe and the US clash over the Middle East in Warsaw

Last week’s Warsaw Middle East conference highlighted the competing visions on the Middle East…

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Ukraine Elections Special: Comedian Zelensky, the Underdog of Ukrainian Presidential Elections

In Ukraine, 2019 is an important election year. The first round of presidential elections will take…

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TurkStream Tightens Kremlin’s Grip Over Balkan Energy

The new natural gas pipeline running from the Black Sea to Turkey forms part of a ring of Russian…

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This Spring, European Right-wing Populists Could Become Stronger Than Ever Before

There is still about three months until the elections to the European Parliament on the 24th and…

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Balkan Media Scene and Russian Influence

Regardless of the post-war Western investments into the democratisation of the media, much of the…

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Provocation in Western Ukraine: The European Far Right Serving Russian Interests

It was through a provocation of far-right activists connected to the Russian regime that the…

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Can the Armenian “Velvet Revolution” End the Country’s Dependence on Russia?

The victory of Nikola Pashinyan and his party in December 2018 marked the end of the so-called…

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Macedonia has agreed on a new name, but the future will be decided by an unpredictable Greek vote

The Macedonian parliament agreed on a new name following the deal between Greece and Macedonia,…

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The Bear never sleeps: The Position of the Serbian-Russian Humanitarian Centre in Niš

In an attempt to prevent a potential humanitarian crisis threatening its population, Serbia has…

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Why is the Czech Republic supporting Israel

Observers in Western Europe are sometimes baffled by what they view as Eastern European favouritism…

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The Hungarian Battle for Democracy

The Hungarian government is pushing radical reforms to the country’s justice system and labour code…

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