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Issue 6/2022: Point of No Return

Scenarios on future relations with Russia. The latest issue of New Eastern Europe is now available. Find out what's inside and how to get your copy.

December 8, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

The Rīga Conference 2022 – Live stream

The Rīga Conference 2022 is a dynamic hybrid event. It blends a traditional face-to-face meeting with remote streamlined interactions both among speakers and participants, in Latvia and abroad. Watch the live stream here - October 21st and 22nd.

October 21, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Issue 5/2022: Loss and Division

On how Ukraine’s suffering goes well beyond the front line. The latest issue of New Eastern Europe is now available

October 3, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Issue 4/2022: Values under siege

Now available. Issue 4/2022 of New Eastern Europe. With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine we now see our western values under siege, whether we consciously recognise it or not.

July 15, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Issue 3/2022: The Pain of War

Now available. Issue 3/2022 of New Eastern Europe. The Pain of war. Testimonies of aggression and resistance. A special edition dedicated to telling the stories from Ukraine at a time of war.

April 25, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Time to look into the mirror

The argument that NATO provoked Russia is an obvious example of Moscow’s narrative being regurgitated in mainstream western media. The truth is, however, that we did not take enough action. This is what ultimately encouraged Putin to act in such a brutal manner.

April 25, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Open Letter by 156 Experts on Eastern Europe and International Security to the German Government: Immediately Increase Berlin’s Support for Ukraine

Russia's illegal and open war of aggression against a peaceful neighbouring country, which began on February 24, 2022, sealed the failure of German and EU policies towards Russia over the past decades. These policies had been based on the hope that Russia's increasingly obvious neo-imperial ambitions could be contained through a combination of intense diplomacy, multilateral agreements, and various business relationships. However, Russia's continuous military presence in Moldova since 1992, its unconcealed expansion into Georgia since 2008 and into Ukraine since 2014, and further misconduct around the world had already shown this approach to be failing.

April 24, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Petition for unwavering global support for Ukraine

On February 24th, at dawn, Putin started a war not only against Ukraine, but against the whole democratic world. This is the beginning of his end. The Ukrainian people are doing their part. Do yours. Sign this petition and take action!

February 27, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

The Kremlin’s war on Ukraine

The large scale invasion of independent Ukraine in the early hours of Thursday, February 24th 2022 will forever be a turning point in European history. New Eastern Europe is providing a number of resources and background texts below which can be helpful in understanding how we got to this point.

February 24, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Ukraine under attack. How to help?

On February 24 2022, the Russian army began a full scale attack against independent and free Ukraine.

February 24, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

Issue 1-2/2022: Tug of War? Addressing the challenge of instability in the region

The situation with Russian threats towards Ukraine once again illustrates the high level of instability in our region. While certainly security and geopolitics are right now at the top of the agenda, other types of instability also remain, including political, economic and social. In this issue, our authors help us get to the core of this instability and in some cases offer solutions for overcoming it.

February 16, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

New Report: A European success story? Central Europe from democratic revolutions to EU accession and beyond

The year 1989 was a breakthrough moment in history not only for Central Europe but also Europe as a whole and the world. Places such as Gate Number Two at the Gdańsk Shipyard, the Wenceslas Square in Prague as well as the reburial ceremony of Imre Nagy at the Heroes Square in Budapest and the fall of the Berlin Wall became symbols of Central European democratic revolutions that took place that year. The democratic transitions that these events started were the necessary steps which Central European countries had to take to join the European Union and NATO.

February 15, 2022 - New Eastern Europe

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