In November, the EU will convene a landmark summit of the Eastern Partnership, bringing together European heads of state with leaders of the six former Soviet Eastern Partnership countries.
Sixty years after his death on March 5, 1953, Joseph Stalin still commands worryingly high levels of admiration in the post-Soviet space.
Georgia’s new government has said that the rule of law is one of its top priorities.
All eyes are on Ukraine as it assumes the 2013 OSCE Chairmanship and set the agenda for the year.
Recent events in the post-Soviet European neighborhood have again put the spotlight on struggling efforts for democratization in the region.
“The Desert of Forbidden Art” tells the incredible story of how a treasure trove of banned Soviet art worth millions of dollars was stashed in a far-off desert of Uzbekistan.
After a historical transition, caused by the defeat of Mikheil Saakashvili’s United National Movement in October’s parliamentary elections, the issue of what constitutes justice has come to the forefront of political life in Georgia.
Russia and China are facing new challenges as they engage the new globalized marketplace. What can they learn from each other as they try to increase human capital and develop knowledge-based economies?
With President Obama going to serve a second term in office, new questions are emerging about the future of U.S.-Russia relations. The bilateral relationship is facing some of its greatest challenges since the end of the Cold War.
Russian society is waking up and pushing back against Vladimir Putin’s brand of authoritarianism, which it had generally accepted in the previous decade, according to a new report from the Carnegie Moscow Center.