Ukraine Is a Pluralistic Society

George P. Kent ・ April 2019

Elections should be about choices.  There are many choices in play in Ukraine in the two upcoming cycles – Presidential and parliamentary elections in 2019. ...

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Those who follow Ukrainian issues today know that many foreigners who consider themselves radical leftists oppose that country’s attempt to break away from its...

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Britain (with a small group of allies) won two important battles in the negotiations on the Maastricht Treaty. First, it saw off countries like Belgium and the...

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Time is likely to show that the gain in sovereignty promised by Brexit proponents will exact a disproportionate cost in terms of European and global influence....

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The outcome of the 23 June 2016 referendum on EU membership stunned the world. “Britain Rattles Postwar Order and Its Place as Pillar of Stability,” the New York...

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The advisory referendum was started by a couple of guys in search of an issue: as the brand-new referendum law was coming into force, they hit upon the EU...

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Why was the Dutch referendum such an unusual procedure? The European Community/Union has, in the last 60 years, concluded dozens of association, free-trade,...

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How to Avoid the Collapse of Europe

Ivan Krastev ・ February 2016

Southern Europe is not interested in Europe turning into an anti-Putin project. This sentiment did not arise because Southern Europeans are especially...

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Double-headed Eurasia

Andreas Umland ・ February 2015

Relying primarily on the doctrines of the mostly Western European inter- and post-war intellectual right-wing extremism, including the German “conservative...

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Reconciliation between parties in a violent conflict usually depends first of all on an end to the violence. In her contribution to this discussion forum, Oxana...

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