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    The Kremlin Connections of the Hungarian Far-Right
    Apr20

    The Kremlin Connections of the Hungarian Far-Right

    In 2009, after the escalation of the Georgian-Russian crisis, Political Capital was among the first to call attention to the positive orientation towards Russia of East European far-right parties. Subsequently, in April 2014 Political Capital indicated that with the assistance of European far-right parties’ pro-Russian policies, the...

    EU pushing Ukraine towards trilateral free trade, with Russia
    Apr16

    EU pushing Ukraine towards trilateral free trade, with Russia

    By Georgi Gotev for EurActiv Fearing that Russia could retaliate against Ukraine following the entry into force of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) later this year, the European Commission is now pushing Ukraine to agree to a trilateral trade format, including Russia. On Wednesday (15 April), a Ukrainian parliamentarian...

    Moscow continues its aggressive policy
    Apr05

    Moscow continues its aggressive policy

    By Zaza Gachechiladze for The Messenger Friday, March 20 Moscow has just signed a treaty on alliance and partnership with the de-facto South Ossetia region. Internationally, this move has been assessed as a step taken to annex Georgian territories. The signing ceremony coincided with the anniversary of Crimea’s annexation and the...

    Democratorship: the ancient heart of Putin’s regime
    Apr05

    Democratorship: the ancient heart of Putin’s regime

    by Lucio Caracciolo for Heartland: Eurasian Review of Geopolitics Russia cannot be a democracy since if it were, it would not exist. It is a multi-ethnic empire almost sixty times the size of Italy. Its population equals that of all Italians and Germans together, three-quarters of which concentrated in its European provinces and with immense and...

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