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Section: European Council on Foreign Relations (UK)

      Borrell in the Western Balkans
      Sep05

      Borrell in the Western Balkans

      Borrell will need to add depth to his dialogue team to ensure a comprehensive deal between Kosovo and Serbia …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

      Europe’s new agenda in the Western Balkans
      Sep05

      Europe’s new agenda in the Western Balkans

      The main message for the Western Balkans is clear: countries in the region need to demonstrate a sufficient level of political governance before any technical process of EU accession can begin. …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

      Shock to the sistema: Ukraine’s youthful new government
      Sep04

      Shock to the sistema: Ukraine’s youthful new government

      Will Ukraine’s young new leaders begin to reckon with their deep state? …read more Source:: European Council on Foreign...

      Ukraine’s broadening horizons
      Aug21

      Ukraine’s broadening horizons

      Zelensky’s visit to Turkey signals the growing importance of Turkish-Ukrainian relations …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      The Zelensky enigma: A different kind of populist
      Apr16

      The Zelensky enigma: A different kind of populist

      The second round of Ukraine’s election for president takes place on 21 April; the comedian and political novice Volodymyr Zelensky is in the lead …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      Europe’s duty to protect Crimean Tatars
      Apr11

      Europe’s duty to protect Crimean Tatars

      Crimean Tatars face increasing repression by Russian authorities, but divisions on cooperation with Moscow or Kiev, as well as internal leadership disputes, have hindered a unified response. Europe must advocate for Tatars’ rights despite these challenges. …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      After Crimea: Does NATO have the means to defend Europe?
      Apr02

      After Crimea: Does NATO have the means to defend Europe?

      Military spending may now figure in public conversation about NATO. But the alliance, at 70 years old, still lacks military capabilities strong enough to protect Europe from Russia …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      Ukraine’s experiment with trust
      Feb21

      Ukraine’s experiment with trust

      Trust is a scarce resource in Ukrainian politics. Could a TV president be the one to deliver it in the upcoming elections? …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      Happy Christmas, Ukraine
      Jan09

      Happy Christmas, Ukraine

      On 7 January, Ukrainians celebrated a double-holiday: Orthodox Christmas and the independence of the Ukrainian Orthodox church …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

      Dire strait: Russian naval aggression and Ukrainian politics
      Dec05

      Dire strait: Russian naval aggression and Ukrainian politics

      Kyiv has imposed martial law as a legal framework within which to mobilise national defence, in case Russia engages in coercion designed to establish a new status quo in the Sea of Azov …read more Source: European Council on Foreign...

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