Joseph Stalin left behind a bloody legacy. Countless millions of Soviet citizens met their end as a result of his policies. For some, this meant whittling away their foreseeable future in a [...]
Lossi Asks: How Might the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Attitudes Towards Border Policies in Central and Eastern Europe?
No one in Europe could have possibly missed out on the big news of the moment: the coronavirus is here. With the daily lives of 446 million EU inhabitants affected, the pandemic might constitute [...]
Angela Stent’s previous book, The Limits of Partnership: U.S.-Russian relations in the twenty-first century, became the definitive source on U.S.-Russia relations the moment it was published, in [...]
When asked if he would consider going into politics, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp was unequivocal: “I will never. I have too much common sense”. But at a time when football coaches’ views on [...]
Walking through the corridors of the Faculty of Physics of Yerevan State University (YSU), Lusine, a friend of mine and postgraduate student at the Faculty of International Relations, points to [...]
– Approximately 200 far-right supporters gathered in downtown Sofia on February 22nd after Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court upheld the city mayor’s ban on their annual torchlight [...]
The year 2019 in Belarus-Russia relations was dominated by another energy row, caused this time by the launch of Russia’s so-called ‘tax manoeuvre’ – a six-year plan aimed at [...]
Eva Modebadze on the present and future prospects of Russia-China partnership.
In The Myth of Triumphalism, Beth A. Fischer aims to set the record straight on triumphalism.