The Die Is Cast: Russia’s Intentions in Ukraine

European Foundation for Democracy Fellow Anna Borshchevskaya provides the case for robust Western engagement in Ukraine after the Crimean crisis.

Hungary’s Election: What’s Next?

CEPA's Research Associate Marton Barta and Director of Research Peter B. Doran consider the results of Hungary’s parliamentary elections.  

Central Europe, Here and Now

CEPA Senior Fellow and Contributing Editor Edward Lucas demonstrates the colossal progress that Central European states have made in the 25 years since the collapse on the Berlin Wall.

CEPA Discussion on the US-Romanian Strategic Relationship

On April 10th, CEPA hosted an off-the-record discussion with the Romanian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, and the Romanian Ambassador to the United States, Iulian Buga. 

Central European Security After Crimea: The Case for Strengthening NATO's Eastern Defenses

In the wake of the Crimea crisis, CEPA experts argue that NATO should move to reinforce the frontline NATO states of Central and Eastern Europe.

Central European Security After Crimea

On March 24th, CEPA hosted a panel discussion on Central European security in light of the Crimea crisis. 

On Europe and Security: CEPA Fellow Andrew Michta's Commentary

See the latest from CEPA Senior Fellow Andrew A. Michta in his "On Europe and Security" commentary at The American Interest.

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09 April 2014

On April 9th, CEPA hosted an off-the-record roundtable with officials from the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The group discussed the Ukrainian crisis and ideas for strengthening the transatlantic partnership at both the EU and NATO levels. The delegation was led by First Deputy Minister Petr Drulák, and included Political Director Václav Bálek, Special Envoy for Eastern Partnership Petr Mareš, and Czech Ambassador to the United States Petr Gandalovič.

26 March 2014

On March 26th, CEPA hosted a panel discussion on energy security in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in light of the Crimea crisis. Speakers included: Vince Erfe, Legislative Director to Congressman Michael Turner (R-Ohio); Karoly Gruber, Hungary’s Representative to the Political and Security Committee of the European Union; Anita Orban, Special Envoy for Energy Security of Hungary; Keith C. Smith, CEPA Distinguished Fellow in Residence.

24 March 2014

On March 24th, CEPA hosted an off-the-record panel discussion on Central European security in light of the Crimea crisis. Speakers included: Rasa Juknevičienė, Member of the Lithuanian Parliament and former Minister of Defense; Edward Lucas, CEPA Senior Fellow and Contributing Editor; Dr. Andrew A. Michta, CEPA Senior Fellow; and Brig. Gen. Jarosław Stróżyk, Defense Attaché of the Republic of Poland in Washington, D.C.