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Maria Przełomiec

01 July 2015

What Will Be the Real Consequences of Deploying Heavy U.S. Military Weaponry to Poland and the BS?

Igor Sutyagin | Senior Research Fellow, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) Will the announced deployment of equipment for a single U.S. Army brigade deter the Kremlin? From a purely military standpoint, the answer is obvious—no.


Cordelia Ponczek

19 June 2015

PISM's Farewell to Alexander Rondeli

On 12 June, Professor Alexander Rondeli, the longtime director of the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, passed away in his beloved country, Georgia.


Patryk Toporowski

19 June 2015

Greek negotiations on debt refinancing out of control

In recent months, the Eurogroup meetings were generally defined as "meetings of last resort" for Greece, due to the approach of the next billion-level amount installment. At that point, creditors appeared as relentless as the Greeks.


Pinar Elman

08 June 2015

“One minute, President!” Turks voted for normalization of Turkish politics

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party has lost its parliamentary majority in the 7 June elections, despite their highly unfair elections campaign. For President Erdogan, it means, he has lost the possibility to switch Turkey’s parliamentary democracy into a strong presidential one, but also his capacity to intervene in the executive has much weakened.


Justyna Prus

19 May 2015

Crimean Tatars- no right to the fatherland, no right to memory

On 18 May, the Crimean Tatars commemorate the murder of tens of thousands of their people by Stalin. Before the 71th anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars by the USSR, Russian occupational authorities prohibited Mejlis from organising the celebrations.


Konrad Zasztowt

08 May 2015

The Night Wolves’ appearance in Georgia and St. George’s ambiguous ribbons

The Russian ‘Night Wolves’ biker club decided to pay Georgia a visit. As a general rule, Russians in the Caucasus are not perceived as neutral tourists, but rather as representatives of the Russian state, which has had its share of interests in regional conflicts.


Teona Turashvili

06 May 2015

Attempt to boost reforms or façade changes in Georgia’s ruling coalition?

The ruling coalition of Georgian Dream is recently facing one of the serious challenges. Since November, 2014 seven ministers have left the government, as a result a revised cabinet has to face confidence vote in the Parliament.


Cordelia Ponczek

17 April 2015

Nuland to Warsaw: Stay the Course on Minsk II and Sanctions

Photo Credit: Polish Ministry of DefenseToday, PISM Director Marcin Zaborowski is in Washington, D.C., meeting with American and European colleagues to discuss Russian aggression. This week, Washington paid a reciprocal visit to Warsaw in the personage of Victoria Nuland.


Ievgen Vorobiov

02 April 2015

Russian Authorities Can’t Get Enough of Making New Enemies

On Wednesday, Russian occupying authorities effectively closed ATR, the only Crimean Tatar language television channel in Crimea.  By not extending the license of the TV channel, the Russian regime sent a clear signal of imminent crackdown on the team of the independent channel financed by members of the Crimean Tatar community.


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