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Maria Przełomiec

28 August 2015

Do the Russian and NATO War Games Increase the Risk of Real Clash?

John R. Deni | Research Professor of National Security Studies at the U.S. Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute (SSI), an adjunct professor at the American University; he’s working on a monograph regarding the West’s strategy toward Russia post-Ukraine crisis.

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Cordelia Ponczek

17 August 2015

The Switch: Russia and Iran

Hope springs eternal in the human beast—and in nations too. In the lead up to the Iranian deal, Russia held out hope that, in return for its cool-headed handling of negotiations, the U.S. and West might ease up on their sanctions against Russia.

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Sebastian Płóciennik

08 July 2015

Greece: Scenarios after the referendum

The biggest winner from the latest escalation of the Greek crisis is Yanis Varoufakis. After the referendum went in his favour, he resigned from his duties, got on a motorcycle and drove off— probably to give lectures for 25 thousand euro apiece.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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