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Russia’s tactics in annexing Crimea and destabilising Ukraine have torn up the assumptions, on which the relationship between the West and Russia h

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The chessboard has become the metaphor of choice in the debate about Russia’s aggression.

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The first transfer of power through free and fair elections in 2012 ushered in a new era in Georgian politics.

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At the Election Congress of the European People's Party (EPP) in Dublin, EPP affiliated leaders from Eastern Partnership countries Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan discussed the situation in Uk

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Europe is strong on soft power. An integrated civil society can exert unified influence beyond its borders.

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Recent months have seen rather little enthusiasm from security experts regarding the upcoming Defence Summit on 19 December.

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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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GENEVA WAS THE BEST POSSIBLE DEAL BUT CAN ONLY BE THE FIRST STEP (By Marc-Michael Blum)

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Due to strong growth rates, BRICS countries are more confident than ever and seek contact with each oth

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