Andrey Kortunov: EU and Russia in the context of Belarusian agenda

In Brussels today, Russia is perceived as a country that bears joint responsibility for any excesses of the Belarusian authorities

Viorel Cibotaru: nostalgia for the USSR and the European vector in Moldova

Discussions about national revival and geopolitical orientation continue in Moldova

Yulia Ostrovskaya: discrimination against women in the labour market in Russia

There is no country in the world where gender equality has been achieved

Katerina Bornukova: What economic reforms does Belarus need?

Why the country needs to start by changing the role of the state in the economy

Michael Sohlman: Our Civilization and the Coronavirus

Michael Sohlman analized far-reaching consequences of COVID-19

Antonie Rietzschel: I was seen as an aggressor not people opposing the democracy

Antonie Rietzschel, a journalist of Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper, attended our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.

Reinhard Krumm: Wake-up call for Europe

Reinhard Krumm from Friedrich Ebert Foundation presented the results of a public survey in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later.

Henry Hale: Yeltsin never had to face “a Yeltsin”

Henry E. Hale took part in our conference “1989: Great expectations 30 years later”.

Daniel Treisman: The simplest way to explain what happened is to focus on geography

The presentation of Daniel Treisman, a professor of political science at the University of California.

“European Dialogue” Expert Group: Group presentation and round table “Russia in Europe: current agenda”
Moscow, 26th October, 2016 Elena Lukyanova, Prof., National Research University “Higher School of Economics”- pulse report “The Russian constitutional choice:...
International Working Group: Thinking about common European future

The representatives of civil societies and think tanks from Poland, Ukraine, Germany and Russia met in Potsdam to discuss the issues related to the crisis of European security architecture and possible ways of resolving military and political conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Is There a Way Out of the Russia-NATO Talks Impasse?

What exactly should be done to get out of the impasse?

Russia changes its tune on climate change. What’s behind the shift?

It seems that Russian authorities begin to pay more attention to the renewable energy resources

Inevitable Decarbonization Scenarios: Russia on the Way to a Green Economy

Read about the prospects for renewable energy in Russia in the report of Deutsche Welle

The EU and Climate Security: Toward Ecological Diplomacy

Carnegie Europe describes the possible advantages of ecological policy of EU

Germany’s Vote Should Set the Pace for Europe

Carnegie Europe describes how new authorities will develop EU integration

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