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Not far south of Brussels is the village of Waterloo.

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With world attention fixed on Ukraine, the referendum on Sunday (2 February) in Gagauzia, a part of Moldova which few people have heard of, did not

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The battlefield for defending European values has shifted to the East, to the streets of Kiev, Tbilisi and other Eastern neighbours.

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The battlefield for defending European values has shifted to the East, to the streets of Kiev, Tbilisi and other Eastern neighbours.

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Yanukovych still has the choice to emerge from the current ordeal as the man who has taken Ukraine’s statehood and democracy to the next level, by

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Two weeks can be a long time in politics.

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Georgia is unquestionably the most open polity of the South Caucasus, and its political development will be a bell-wether for the prospects of demo

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A decade has passed since the colour revolutions ushered in a new wave of democratisation into some countries of the former USSR.

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It has been five years since the banking crisis erupted in the United States.

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In this paper, three long-time observers of Russia and the EU perform a reality check on the EU–Russia relationship.

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