Georgia might be close to a foreign policy rethink, bringing subtle but significant change
Belarusian resistance to Russia’s demands for union is diminishing as a heavily sanctioned Lukashenka pleads for help
The Minsk Protocol is under attack. But the problem is not the deal, it’s one of the signatories.
This weekend (September 17-19) Russians will vote for 450 members of the Duma, the country’s lower legislative body. Although the polls for Putin’s party — United Russia — are grim, the outcome is preordained.
Russia’s regime has a well-tested bag of tricks to confound the will of the people.
How to interpret the Duma election results in detail? It will be worth watching the following districts on and after election night.
The Duma’s single-member districts are critical to Putin’s party and there are growing signs of anxiety in the Kremlin.
The West would be foolish to believe its outline peace plan for Ukraine is anything other than a disaster in the making.
Putin’s view of the fight against Islamism is shaped by his belief that Westerners make calculations the same way he does.
An international cross-party alliance of lawmakers is supporting Lithuania and Taiwan.