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

      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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      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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      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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      Leadership in the Ukraine conflict: A German moment
      Aug01

      Leadership in the Ukraine conflict: A German moment

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      Russia’s annexation of Crimea: The mills of international law grind slowly but they do grind.
      Jul06

      Russia’s annexation of Crimea: The mills of international law grind slowly but they do grind.

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      European Disintegration: Too Much to Lose
      Apr18

      European Disintegration: Too Much to Lose

      For decades the search for deeper integration characterised the European Union. Today the discussion revolves around disintegration. It began with the Greek debt crisis, but only came into its own with summer 2015’s major influx of refugees and the reimposition of controls at certain borders. In June the United Kingdom will vote on whether...

      NATO Needs Deterrence and Dialogue
      Apr15

      NATO Needs Deterrence and Dialogue

      Deterrence is back in Europe. As NATO approaches its July summit in Warsaw, Allies are adapting this concept to the new security settings in place in Europe since the 2014 crisis in Ukraine. Yet, deterrence is intrinsically connected to dialogue: these are the two pillars of NATO’s strategy, as defined in the 1967 Harmel Report....

      The Future of the Minsk Agreements
      Mar10

      The Future of the Minsk Agreements

      The Minsk agreements are currently the principal instrument for achieving a lasting settlement in the occupied regions of eastern Ukraine. Moscow and Kyiv, however, are showing little enthusiasm for implementing the associated package of measures. Unless this changes by the summer, the European Union would be ill-advised to lift or relax its...

      Nordic-Baltic Security, Germany and NATO
      Mar10

      Nordic-Baltic Security, Germany and NATO

      The countries around the Baltic Sea are among Europe’s frontline states affected by the conflict between Russia and western Europe. The Baltics and Nordics share a common concern about a revisionist, aggressive, and rearming Russia: Since the onset of the crisis in and around Ukraine in 2014, these countries have felt increasingly exposed...

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