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Section: German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Germany)

    A Permanent State of Sanctions?
    Apr19

    A Permanent State of Sanctions?

    Sanctions seem to have become a permanent element in relations between the EU and Russia. They have contributed to curbing the war in Donbas but are not capable of forcing Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine and implement the Minsk agreements. In 2017, consensus within the EU on sanctions against Russia is more fragile than it has been previously....

    Sanktionen als Dauerzustand?
    Apr10

    Sanktionen als Dauerzustand?

    Sanktionen scheinen zum Dauerzustand in den Beziehungen zwischen der EU und Russland geworden zu sein. Sie haben zur Eindämmung des Krieges im Donbas beigetragen, sind aber nicht geeignet, die Rückgabe der Krim an die Ukraine und die Umsetzung der Minsker Vereinbarungen zu erzwingen. Der EU-Sanktionskonsens ist 2017 weniger stabil als zuvor....

    “Deoligarchisation” in Ukraine
    Dec02

    “Deoligarchisation” in Ukraine

    In 2015, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced a process of “deoligarchisation”. Not much has happened so far. Some of the oligarchs’ profit sources have run dry in the field of public procurement. Certain efforts have been made to curb the in­fluence of oligarchs with respect to media legislation and financing political parties....

    The New White Paper 2016 – Promoting Greater Understanding of Security Policy?
    Nov07

    The New White Paper 2016 – Promoting Greater Understanding of Security Policy?

    Security policy White Papers perform several functions. They serve to inform the German Bundestag and the German public, outline the Federal Government’s security policy priorities with other countries, especially Germany’s most important partners, and assist communication within the Bundeswehr. The White Paper 2016 is the first of...

    Conceivable Surprises
    Oct04

    Conceivable Surprises

    Russia’s foreign policy has taken numerous unexpected turns in recent years, from annexation of Crimea to military intervention in Syria. The element of surprise for Germany and the EU arises out of a mix of lack of political transparency in Russia, Western misperceptions and the Kremlin’s deliberate instrumentalisation of...

    The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine
    Sep27

    The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine

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    The Conflicts over Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine
    Sep27

    The Conflicts over Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine

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    The Transnistria Conflict in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine
    Sep27

    The Transnistria Conflict in Light of the Crisis over Ukraine

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    Not Frozen!
    Sep27

    Not Frozen!

    Since 2014 German and European attention has been largely absorbed by the annexation of Crimea, the war in Donbas and the crisis in relations with Russia. Yet the eastern neighbourhood also contains four unresolved territorial conflicts, which have in some respects developed very dynamically since 2014. The authors of this study examine the role...

    Germany and the Eastern Partnership After the Ukraine Crisis
    Aug01

    Germany and the Eastern Partnership After the Ukraine Crisis

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