Geopolitical honeymoon in Moldova’s foreign policy: how sustainable is it?

Denis Cenusa, Researcher at the Institute for Political Sciences, Giessen University in Germany; Associated expert at the economic think-tank Expert-Grup, from Moldova   The Moldovan ruling...

Belarus Muddling through Geopolitical Uncertainties

Yauheni Preiherman, Director of the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations   In two recent years leading Western media and think tanks have written about Belarus,...

The Gavrilov Crisis

Tornike Sharashenidze, Professor at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, non-resident senior fellow of the Partnership for Social Initiatives (PSI) Just about a week ago...

Ukraine between Elections

Mykola Kapitonenko, Associate Professor, Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, Ukraine   Outcome of presidential elections in Ukraine came as a huge surprise....

Georgia at a Glance

Tornike Sharashenidze, Professor at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, non-resident senior fellow of the Partnership for Social Initiatives (PSI)   Georgia, a country once...

Neutrality as a Model for the New Eastern Europe?

Heinz Gärtner, Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Fellow, Center for Transatlantic Relations, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University; International Institute for Peace (IIP)   Under...

Politische Krise in der Republik Moldova

Alexander Dubowy, wissenschaftlicher Direktor des Instituts für Sicherheitspolitik (ISP)   Seit dem Pfingstwochenende befindet sich die Republik Moldova in der Staatskrise. Trotz intensiver Bemühungen konnte auch...

The South Caucasus and the phenomenon of frozen conflicts

Alexander Iskandaryan, Head of Caucasus Institute, Yerevan, Armenia   The South Caucasus breaks down into three triangles, one inside the other. The largest, outer triangle includes...

Frozen conflicts and de facto states in post-Soviet space

Alexander Dubowy, wissenschaftlicher Direktor des Instituts für Sicherheitspolitik (ISP)   The breakup of the Soviet Union did not follow the borders formed during the Soviet period...

Die Ukraine: Die gegenwärtige Wirtschaftslage und Ausblick

Vasily Astrov, Wiener Institut für Internationale Wirtschaftsvergleiche (wiiw)   Dank der boomenden Inlandsnachfrage dürfte das Wirtschaftswachstum in diesem Jahr über 3% liegen, sich aber 2019 aufgrund...

Die aktuellen sicherheitspolitischen Entwicklungen im Donbass

Alexander Dubowy, wissenschaftlicher Direktor des Instituts für Sicherheitspolitik (ISP)   Am 30. April 2018 wurde die Anti-Terror-Operation (ATO) im Donbass für beendet erklärt und durch die...

Donbasskonflikt: Von Anti-Terror-Operation (ATO) zu Operation Vereinter Kräfte (OVK)

Oleksii Iakubin, Dozent an der Fakultät für Soziologie und Recht, Nationale Technische Universität der Ukraine (KPI) Aus dem Russischen von Alexander Dubowy   Am 24. Februar 2018...

The Karabakh conflict: stable instability

Alexander Iskandaryan, Head of Caucasus Institute, Yerevan, Armenia   The April 2016 escalation, referred to by the press as the Four-Day War, significantly changed the situation...

Die Zukunft der Minsker Abkommen

Alexander Dubowy, wissenschaftlicher Direktor des Instituts für Sicherheitspolitik (ISP)   Im Jahr 2018 wird die Frage nach einer UN-geführten Friedensmission im Donbass intensiv diskutiert werden. Eine...

Russland und die Ukraine. Eine Normalisierung in Sicht?

Sergey Markedonov, Dozent am Lehrstuhl für Regionalstudien und Außenpolitik an der Russischen Staatlichen Geisteswissenschaftlichen Universität (RGGU), Experte des Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) Aus dem...
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Geopolitical honeymoon in Moldova’s foreign policy: how sustainable is it?

Denis Cenusa, Researcher at the Institute for Political Sciences, Giessen University in Germany; Associated expert at the economic think-tank Expert-Grup, from Moldova   The Moldovan ruling...

Belarus Muddling through Geopolitical Uncertainties

Yauheni Preiherman, Director of the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations   In two recent years leading Western media and think tanks have written about Belarus,...

The Gavrilov Crisis

Tornike Sharashenidze, Professor at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, non-resident senior fellow of the Partnership for Social Initiatives (PSI) Just about a week ago...

Ukraine between Elections

Mykola Kapitonenko, Associate Professor, Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, Ukraine   Outcome of presidential elections in Ukraine came as a huge surprise....

Georgia at a Glance

Tornike Sharashenidze, Professor at the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs, non-resident senior fellow of the Partnership for Social Initiatives (PSI)   Georgia, a country once...

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