Why Russia is liking Brexit - a return to a multipolar Europe

The Kremlin is enjoying the discomfort that Brexit is causing to the European Union. But that does not mean that it wants Europe broken up. It just wants a...

Left at the altar? Belarus and the West

A mismatch between the expectations of Belarus and the West about the form that their future relationship will take are about to come to a head, likely...

The real reasons behind Russia’s recent restraint - and how long it is likely to last

With the NATO summit in Warsaw coming up in July, the rhetoric in many Western quarters is becoming shriller about the need to contain Russian aggression.

'Biggest threat to NATO is its own inertia' - former NATO ambassador

The biggest threat to NATO is our own inertness and unwillingness to protect our values, said Kurt Volker, former NATO Ambassador and Executive Director of...

Great power games: Do ordinary Russians really want war? (1)

Does the international perception of Russia as an expansionist and warmongering country sit well with the mood of Russia's population?

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