Marlene Laruelle
(Political Capital) (Co-authored with Ellen Rivera) Political Capital have already published a series of reports on the connections between the far-right and Russia in many European countries, including Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Greece and France (the latter one co-...
Marlene Laruelle
(Central Asian Survey) (Co-authored with Dylan Royce) Abstract: Though Central Asia is often studied through the prism of its relationships with external powers, research on local public perceptions of these different actors has largely been overlooked. The literature on Kazakhstanis’ perceptions...
Pavel Baev
(EDM) The meeting of 29 foreign ministers from member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), in Washington, DC, last week (April 3–4), marking the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Alliance, was not a joyful occasion for Russia. During the celebration, Russia was duly...
PONARS Eurasia
(Foreign Policy) On Sunday night, it became clear that Petro Poroshenko may not be Ukraine’s president for much longer. Judging from the increasingly desperate and over-the-top rhetoric, he and his supporters know it. With all the votes counted, Poroshenko had disappointingly secured less than 16...
PONARS Eurasia
(Asia Times) Shared interests and a common enemy can turn old adversaries into allies – and that is what’s happening in the waters of the western Pacific. Russia and China’s navies have since 2012 conducted a series of bilateral naval drills known as “Joint Sea” in the Sea of Japan, Sea of Okhotsk...
Sergiy Kudelia
(PONARS Eurasia) The first round of the presidential election in Ukraine on March 31 produced two frontrunners who will face each other in the run-off on April 21: challenger Volodymyr Zelensky (30.24 percent) and incumbent Petro Poroshenko (15.95 percent). Only once, in 1994, did a candidate who...

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