16 November 2015
Paris Attacked, Once Again. How to Deal with Islamic Terrorism?
Paris, the city of lights, arts, romance, fashion and fine cuisine is turning since the beginning of 2015 into a zone of terror and horror. A...
4 November 2015
On Ukraine’s Frontline: The Role of the Volunteer Spirit in Rebooting the Ukrainian Army
Strengthening Ukraine’s Defence is Still Highly Compelling
19 October 2015
Moldovan Billionaire Plahotniuc Gaining More Political Power
In a country as bereft of leadership talent as Moldova turned out to be, Liberal-Democrat Party leader Vlad Filat’s resignation over corruption...
14 October 2015
Why Crimea's Blockade is Necessary
Since September 20, Crimean Tatar activists and other protesters—mostly from Right Sector—have been blockading the flow of goods from mainland Ukraine...
30 September 2015
Russia and Estonia exchanged Eston Kohver for Aleksei Dressen on 26 September 2015 at the Koidula – Kunitshina Gora border checkpoint. An ordeal...
21 September 2015
Nord Stream Two in Ukrainian Perspective
At Russia’s initiative, the Nord Stream Two natural gas pipeline project has advanced from agreements of intent to a binding agreement; and Gazprom...
17 September 2015
Nord Stream Two: The Project’s Implications in Europe
Russia, Germany and a consortium of Western European companies have re-activated the Gazprom-led Nord Stream Two gas pipeline project. Parallel to the...
14 September 2015
Nord Stream Expansion Agreed, Wintershall Swapped to Gazprom
Germany is leading Western Europe’s return to business as usual with Russia in the natural gas sector, notwithstanding Russia’s war in Ukraine. On...