Russia’s Move in Ukraine: Will it Backfire for other Separatist Entities?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has exacerbated, not solved Russia’s strategic aims. Moscow’s...

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Russian Aggression Against Ukraine: Why Now?

Since late October, Russia’s armed forces have been conducting movements and hardware...

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Tensions Around Ukraine Blur Russia’s Objectives and Advancements

Russia is content to cause anxiety and misdirection around Ukraine. It does so to...

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EU Tries to Secure Role in Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Absent from Major Diplomatic Talks

On January 4, the European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell started his trip to...

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Phone a Friend: U.S., Ukraine Hold Second Call as Russian Threat Looms

On January 2, U.S. President Biden and Ukrainian President Zelensky met by phone,...

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Armenia and Azerbaijan to Take Tangible Steps Toward Reconciliation Following EU-Moderated Summit

On December 14, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham...

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Defusing New Tensions Around Ukraine

A mixture of military and economic measures will serve as an effective measure to prevent...

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Why is Russia Building Up Its Military Presence Near Ukraine?

Since late October, Russia’s armed forces have been conducting movements and hardware...

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The Sochi Summit: A Small but Successful Step Toward Reconciliation Between Armenia and Azerbaijan

On November 26, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol...

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Russia’s Militarization of Belarus Poses New Threats to Ukraine

It has been almost a year since the European Union and the United States enacted sanctions...

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Fresh Clashes Between Armenia and Azerbaijan Hinder Prospects of Negotiations

A week after the first anniversary of the signing of the trilateral peace agreement ending...

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In the South Caucasus, the Railway Revival Project Remains Elusive

Recent escalations between Armenia and Azerbaijan diminish the real willingness of both...

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Moldovan Gas Crisis Reveals Vulnerability to Russia’s Weaponization of Energy Supplies

October 30 marked the beginning of a gas crisis in Moldova, shortly after the government...

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A New Order in the South Caucasus

This November marks one year since the end of the second Nagorno-Karabakh war. Since the...

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A Six-Party Regional Cooperation in the South Caucasus: a Beneficial Opportunity or a Threat?

During past decades, many initiatives have been proposed for regional cooperation in the...

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