Eastern Europe

  • Research

    Russia’s National Security Narrative: All Quiet on the Eastern Front

    The war in Ukraine has cemented the Russian-Chinese partnership for the foreseeable future. While focusing all of its efforts to the West, the last thing Russia needs is a confrontation with China.

  • Testimony

    The Impact of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa

    • Frederic Wehrey
    • May 19, 2022
    • House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on the Mid East, North Africa and Counterterrorism

    More specifically, Washington should not let this new frame of "great power rivalry," which Middle East autocracies have heartily welcomed and exploited, distract it from scrutinizing the behavior of these regimes at home and from helping the region's citizens and societies address the socio-economic and political problems they face now and in the coming decades.

  • Commentary

    The Second Coming of Nato

    • May 18, 2022
    • The New Statesman

    What Europe’s strategy should consist of remains undefined. Macron was asking for fresh thinking not patented answers. As the German philosopher Jürgen Habermas has suggested recently, Europe must surely recognize its historical and politico-cultural distance from the patriotic enthusiasm so spectacularly on display in Ukraine.

  • Multimedia

    War Promotes Fresh Look at Nuclear Energy in Europe

    • Mark Hibbs
    • May 17, 2022
    • Columbia Energy Exchange podcas

    In the short-term, what we are going to see happen in direct reaction to the Russian war is that there is going to be a substitution of gas from other sources from the Middle East, the United States, North Africa, and other places for Russian gas.

  • Multimedia

    How Industrial Standards Help Explain Russia’s Economic Motives for Invading Ukraine

    Ukraine traditionally was closely integrated in the Soviet economy, and then the Russian economy. The military and industrial complex of the two countries were highly integrated until just the last decade.

  • Commentary

    A Question of Balance: India and Europe After Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

    Ultimately the EU should consider its relationship with India in the larger Indo-Pacific context and, for the moment, place any unhappiness at India’s position on Ukraine to one side.

  • Multimedia

    EU Membership Applications for Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova

    • Richard Youngs
    • May 16, 2022
    • EuropeChats (Trans European Policy Studies Association)

    Three countries (Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova) are working their way towards accession to the EU, their clear European choice a thorn in Russia's side. In an effort to extend his sphere of influence, Russian President Vladimir Putin is de-facto occupying territory in all three countries.

  • Multimedia

    Aaron David Miller: Impact of Ukraine on Biden Presidency

    It is not 9/11, Americans aren't being killed, and in this case not being deployed to combat but early polls suggest that most of our fellow citizens are actually paying quite a bit of attention to Ukraine.

  • Multimedia

    Players in Black Sea Security: Turkey and Bulgaria

    First, Dimitar explains Turkey's relationship with Russia, NATO, and the US in order to illustrate the many factors behind Erdogan's foreign policy. Last, Dimitar dives into Bulgarian foreign policy, which has traditionally been Russophilic and anti-risk, but has taken a greater stand against Russia.

    • May 17, 2022
    • Columbia Energy Exchange podcas
    Mark Hibbs
    War Promotes Fresh Look at Nuclear Energy in Europe
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    • May 17, 2022
    • Marketplace
    Paul Stronski
    How Industrial Standards Help Explain Russia’s Economic Motives for Invading Ukraine
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    • May 16, 2022
    • EuropeChats (Trans European Policy Studies Association)
    Richard Youngs
    EU Membership Applications for Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
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