While it’s no surprise to see China, Russia, and North Korea ranking low on internet freedom, a growing number of restrictions in democracies is worrying.
While the Kremlin is busy in the west, developments to the south promise further threats to its aggressive policy in the borderlands.
The alliance’s response to the war in Ukraine must include a wider reset of its posture in the Black Sea.
Turkey has been forced to adopt a new foreign policy, presenting the US and Europe with a valuable opportunity. It needs to be seized, and quickly.
Novo argues convincingly, “it is worth giving Cyprus a more comprehensive look.”
CEPA President and CEO, Dr. Alina Polyakova, testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on US policy toward the Black Sea Region
Connectivity in the South Caucasus gets a major boost with Armenia’s railroad agreement
Is Turkey a fair-weather ally to Ukraine, or something more serious?
Tension with Azerbaijan dies down but underlying differences are likely to widen
The election promises for Russia, at a minimum, a major boost to its influence in Armenia