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Cordelia Ponczek

15 December 2014

The CIA Torture Report: At Home and Abroad

The rumors have been circulating for months and finally have landed: the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) has released a parsed-down 500-page summary of its investigation into the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program.

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Maria Przełomiec asks about the East

Maria Przełomiec

13 December 2014

What Will Be the Effects of the Termination of the South Stream Project?

Michaił Krutikhin | energy expert, partner with consulting agency RusEnergy The South Stream project is over. The approaches of Gazprom and the European Commission to it were so incompatible that Russian President Vladimir Putin had to admit his strategy’s defeat after he was told that Italy’s Eni had abandoned the project and that Gazprom’s investment program could not finance South Stream simultaneously with the Chinese project.

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Beyond Europe

Patryk Kugiel

11 December 2014

Putin in Delhi – India’s Dilemmas

As Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Delhi, his steps are watched closely, not only by Indian and Russian analysts but also in Europe and elsewhere. While the leaders of the two countries have their own business to discuss, others will analyse the meetings in the context of the growing international standoff between the West and Russia over the situation in Ukraine.

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Looking East

Cordelia Ponczek

08 December 2014

U.S. Congress: When Dealing with Russia, Speak Loudly and Carry a Large Stick

The world is hearing a lot about Russian aggression these days.  Last Thursday, the United States House of Representatives passed a resolution condemning President Vladimir Putin’s “policy of aggression” in Russia’s neighborhood.

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Looking East

Konrad Zasztowt

26 November 2014

Back on the Rails: Abkhazian-Russian Relations Intensify to Georgian Dismay

The treaty on alliance and strategic partnership signed on 24 November between Abkhazia and Russia caused understandable concern in Tbilisi, as well as critical comments from the EU, NATO and the United States.

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Looking East

Anita Sobják

26 November 2014

Moldova after the Elections: Fast-forward or Sliding Back?

by Stanislav Secrieru and Anita Sobják On 30 November Moldova will hold parliamentary elections. In light of developments in Ukraine throughout the past year, these elections are mostly presented in Europe as a major geopolitical choice that will decide on a black or white future of Moldova – that is – either moving towards the EU path or the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union.

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Eastern Promises

Ievgen Vorobiov

21 November 2014

The Legacy of the Maidan

Today Ukraine is marking the first anniversary since the beginning of anti-government protests that were instantly dubbed Euromaidan. The protest initially began as a relatively low-key rally of public intellectuals and students in Kyiv and some other cities in support of signing the Association Agreement with the EU, which did not happen in 2013.

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Beyond Europe

Maya Rostowska

18 November 2014

G20 Summit in Brisbane: Ukraine overshadows investment, trade and jobs

While the world’s attention was focused on frosty relations between Western leaders and Russian President Vladimir Putin during the Summit in Brisbane, the G20 put forward some proposals to counter sluggish growth.

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Inside matrioshka - blog by Stanislav Secrieru

Stanislav Secrieru

05 November 2014

National (Dis)-Unity Day

Why National Unity Day? A decade passed since Russia began celebrating National Unity Day on 4 November. This celebration aimed to replace what was regarded as the sterile and useless Day of Accord and Reconciliation marked, after the Soviet Union collapse, on 7 November.

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The American Brief
Cordelia Ponczek
Looking East
Anita Sobják, Konrad Zasztowt, Adriana Skorupska, Kinga Iwona Dudzińska, Piotr Kościński, Tomasz Żornaczuk, Cordelia Ponczek, Stanislav Secrieru
Inside matrioshka - blog by Stanislav Secrieru
Stanislav Secrieru
Moscow Itineraries - blog by Tomasz Kułakowski
Tomasz Kułakowski
On EU’s Baltic Flank - blog by Kinga Dudzińska
Kinga Iwona Dudzińska
German decade - blog by Sebastian Płóciennik
Sebastian Płóciennik
Maria Przełomiec asks about the East
Maria Przełomiec
How about Europe united?
Tomasz Żornaczuk
Ten years of membership: national perceptions of Poland in the EU
Roderick Parkes, Pinar Elman, Anita Sobják, Ievgen Vorobiov, Elżbieta Kaca, Marta Stormowska, Ryszarda Formuszewicz, David Payne
What if the EU?
Roderick Parkes, Paweł Tokarski, Dariusz Kałan, Nicolai von Ondarza, Josef Janning, Cornelius Adebahr, Stefan Meister, Hugh Pope, Almut Moeller, Tim Oliver

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