11 April 2018
Conscription – The Enduring Loophole in French Political Culture
France and conscription have a flawed, nostalgic relationship.
3 April 2018
The First Days of Putin’s New Term
It is meaningless to analyze the outcomes of the Russian presidential election, given that such an analysis was just as possible before the voting...
3 April 2018
Russia’s expectations turned to anger
For more than a decade, Russia has been signaling to the West that it is not satisfied with its position in the European security order and global...
2 April 2018
Societal Resilience in Eastern Ukraine: Building Solid Foundations for a Nation
The long-awaited and much-debated official adoption of the so-called Donbas De-Occupation Law by Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada provoked a heated discussion...
29 March 2018
The New Face of the White House
President Donald Trump appointed John Bolton, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, as his National Security Advisor (NSA) effective as of...
20 March 2018
Six More Years
President Vladimir Putin just received another six-year mandate to lead his country.
13 March 2018
The Missing Piece in the German Foreign Policy Discourse: The Baltic Sea Region
With the recent German Coalition agreement in place, attention turns to Germany’s role in Europe.
12 March 2018
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has delivered a number of assertive anti-Western statements since his notorious address on 10 February 2007 at the...