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Section: Konrad Adenauer Foundation (Germany)

    Where Putin’s Russia Ends
    Jul18

    Where Putin’s Russia Ends

    In early 2014 the existence of an independent Ukraine hung by a thread. Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, and with the “Russian Spring” a “hybrid” war in eastern Ukraine was initiated. At this moment the watchwords of “Novorossija” and Moscow’s “reconquering” of South-Eastern Ukraine gained popularity. Ultimately, the failure of the...

    Referendum in the Netherlands: A Vote on the EU or a Vote on the European Path of Ukraine?
    Apr06

    Referendum in the Netherlands: A Vote on the EU or a Vote on the European Path of Ukraine?

    Today the Netherlands hold a referendum on the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine. The latest polls show a small lead for the opponents of the Agreement. …read more Source: Konrad Adenauer...

    One Year on from the Annexation of Crimea
    Jul13

    One Year on from the Annexation of Crimea

    One year on from the Annexation of Crimea, Russians’ attitude toward the West has deteriorated. The Russian government uses the situation to fuel patriotism and isolate critics. Besides, the Ukraine conflict shows that Russia follows its own cost-benefit ratio, neglecting its economic interests. …read more Source: Konrad Adenauer...

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK: The Crisis in Ukraine: An Estonian Perspective
    Mar23

    POLITICAL AND SOCIAL OUTLOOK: The Crisis in Ukraine: An Estonian Perspective

    …read more Source: Konrad Adenauer Foundation

    After the Wales Summit: An Assessment of NATO’s Strategic Agenda
    Nov12

    After the Wales Summit: An Assessment of NATO’s Strategic Agenda

    Two weeks after the NATO Summit in Wales the Konrad Adenauer Foundation invited a select group of experts and officials to discuss the results of the Wales Summit and the challenges that lie ahead. The participants provided concrete recommendations for German policy-makers regarding Berlin’s role in influencing NATO’s prospective...

    European Energy Supply Security in Light of the Ukraine Crisis
    Jul24

    European Energy Supply Security in Light of the Ukraine Crisis

    The Ukraine crisis is intensifying the long-standing debate about the security of Europe’s energy supplies. On a geopolitical level, the EU’s energy interests to the east, south, and southeast are gaining salience. The idea of a transatlantic gas supply corridor has recently been proposed – it remains on the drawing board...

    Ten Myths Used to Justify Russian Policy in the Ukraine Crisis
    Jul09

    Ten Myths Used to Justify Russian Policy in the Ukraine Crisis

    The political upheaval in Ukraine has placed territorial and social cohesion, as well as the country’s financial and economic viability, at stake. The events in Crimea have recently made clear that this critical destabilising effect primarily emanates from pro-Russian forces or actions by Russia itself. The arguments used by the Kremlin to...

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