Europe and Eurasia

By Davis Florick
Contributing Writer
10 August 2015

Moscow-initiated financial support for Athens could spell trouble for economic and political stability in Europe.

By Niyara Alakhunova
Contributing Writer
April 28, 2015

The international community must intervene to protect Crimean Tatars from further persecution under Russian rule.

By Garret Mitchell
Contributing Writer
March 29, 2015

Russian gas giant Gazprom faces a number of significant challenges from external factors and its own poor decisions.

By Arthur de Liedekerke
Contributing Writer
March 19, 2015

The Ukraine crisis leaves Moldova vulnerable to a Crimea-style Russian intervention into Transnistria.

By Pikria Saliashvili
Contributing Writer
March 10, 2015

Alternative analysis suggests how European quest for energy security and economic growth might be mutually beneficial.


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