Conflict & Diplomacy

23 June 2017
Russia Riled By Polish Decision to Destroy Red Army Monuments

Adding insult to injury, the Sejm voted for the bill on a day Russia commemorates those who lost their lives in the fight against Nazism. 

 
22 June 2017
Are We in a New Cold War?

There are crucial differences between relations now and then between Russia/the Soviet Union and the United States. 

By Peter Rutland
 
21 June 2017
Poroshenko Stresses Positives from Trump Meeting

U.S. announces new sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians over violations of Ukraine’s sovereignty.

 
13 June 2017
Common Sense Instead of Russophobia

The lessons that Lithuania has learned about Russia the hard way could prove valuable for other countries. 

By Martin Ehl
 
13 June 2017
EU Will Take Legal Action against Central Europe States

Brussels will assume a hard line against Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic over their refusal to accept refugees according to previously agreed quotas. 

 
9 June 2017
Ukraine Lawmakers Back NATO Membership Premium

Vote angers the Kremlin, which faces allegations of meddling in two Balkan countries to derail their NATO bids.

 
8 June 2017
India, Pakistan Set to Join SCO at Astana Summit Premium

Russia pushed for India’s admission, while China reportedly backed membership for its ally Pakistan.

 
Azeri army
6 June 2017
Key Aliev Aides Reportedly Fired in Azerbaijan as Karabakh Tensions Rise Premium

Staff shakeup comes amid increasingly edgy relations with Caucasus enemies Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh.

 
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5 June 2017
Macedonian Intel Outlines Alleged Russian Plans to Destabilize Country Premium

Serbian intelligence also accused of involvement in bid to prevent NATO entry.

 
31 May 2017
Exiled Azerbaijani Journalist Says Kidnapped to Baku Premium

Georgia launches investigation, as allegations swirl that Tbilisi might be complicit. 

 

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