Europe and Eurasia

By Robert Ellis
February 25, 2013

Turkey has signalled a shift from European to Islamic values.

By Matt Moir
January 28, 2013

France must be prepared for domestic instability if its operations in Africa continue.

By Ani Avetisyan
October 29, 2012

Although some are worried that President Mikhail Saakashvili’s defeat spells changes for U.S-Georgian relations, evidence suggests that the new government will not stray far from the foreign policies of its predecessor.

By Sungtae “Jacky” Park

Despite efforts to reform its military, Russia faces a number of obstacles.

By Sabrina M. Peterson
Managing Editor

Russia has just joined the WTO, but unless a piece of Cold War-era legislation is done away with for good, American companies will not only be rendered less competitive, but will lose out on opportunities to greatly expand exports.


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