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Georgia’s wayward son

When it comes to Mikheil Saakashvili and his legacy as president, Georgians praise and curse him simultaneously. His announced return should the largest opposition party win in upcoming elections should be seen through the lens of the local society, most of which would not warmly welcome such a homecoming.

September 22, 2020 - Archil Sikharulidze

The Kremlin’s search for scapegoats in the Belarusian protests

In an attempt to delegitimise grassroots action in Belarus, pro-Kremlin outlets assert that the unrest was orchestrated by outside forces.

September 21, 2020 - Givi Gigitashvili

Talk Eastern Europe Episode 23: Fukuyama on Identity and Populism

This episode features an interview with Francis Fukuyama, a professor at Stanford University and author of the recent book Identity: the demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment.

November 14, 2019 - Adam Reichardt Maciej Makulski

Holiday Wishes from NEE

We would like to wish all of our readers a wonderful Holiday Season and a New Year filled with peace and happiness.

December 24, 2018 - New Eastern Europe

Russia’s comeback in the Balkans

Regional opportunities paired with a toolkit of disruption?

August 13, 2018 - Arolda Elbasani Katerina Tadic

Ukraine’s Geopolitical Twists: A dangerous game

On November 21st, a week before the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, the Ukrainian government announced its decision to halt preparations for the signing of the association agreement and the deep and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU.  Announced “in the interests of the national security”, it also set forth a proposal for a […]

November 22, 2013 - Yegor Vasylyev

Ukraine’s Geopolitical Twists: A dangerous game

On November 21st, a week before the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, the Ukrainian government announced its decision to halt preparations for the signing of the association agreement and the deep and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU.  Announced “in the interests of the national security”, it also set forth a proposal for a […]

November 22, 2013 - Yegor Vasylyev

Ukraine’s Geopolitical Twists: A dangerous game

On November 21st, a week before the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius, the Ukrainian government announced its decision to halt preparations for the signing of the association agreement and the deep and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU.  Announced “in the interests of the national security”, it also set forth a proposal for a […]

November 22, 2013 - Yegor Vasylyev

Moldova in Search of New Possibilities

Interview with Eugen Carpov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, in charge of Reintegration. Interviewers: Damien Dubuc and Sébastien Gobert DAMIEN DUBUC AND SÉBASTIEN GOBERT: A number of Moldovan citizens have decided to leave regions administered by the Moldovan government to move to the Transnistrian-controlled territory. Apartments, gas and food are much cheaper there. […]

November 19, 2013 - Damien Dubec

Moldova in Search of New Possibilities

Interview with Eugen Carpov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, in charge of Reintegration. Interviewers: Damien Dubuc and Sébastien Gobert DAMIEN DUBUC AND SÉBASTIEN GOBERT: A number of Moldovan citizens have decided to leave regions administered by the Moldovan government to move to the Transnistrian-controlled territory. Apartments, gas and food are much cheaper there. […]

November 19, 2013 - Damien Dubec

Moldova in Search of New Possibilities

Interview with Eugen Carpov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, in charge of Reintegration. Interviewers: Damien Dubuc and Sébastien Gobert DAMIEN DUBUC AND SÉBASTIEN GOBERT: A number of Moldovan citizens have decided to leave regions administered by the Moldovan government to move to the Transnistrian-controlled territory. Apartments, gas and food are much cheaper there. […]

November 19, 2013 - Damien Dubec

Uzbekistan: Notes from the Silk Road

Uzbekistan was the final country on my journey through the “stans”. The Pamir and Fan mountains, so stunning yet so problematic for travel, were replaced as we drove West in a taxi out of the Tajik capital Dushanbe by a flat and featureless plain, dusty, dry and pretty devoid of life, although it was liberally […]

November 7, 2013 - Stuart Wadsworth

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