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      Russia and the Costs of EU Foreign Policy Division
      Feb17

      Russia and the Costs of EU Foreign Policy Division

      The recent visit of EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell to Moscow and its aftermath has shown how immature EU foreign policy still is. The EU needs to learn from this affair to start rebuilding a foreign policy consensus and overcome costly divisions. The start of a new U.S. administration, the departure...

      U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor: What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 29
      Feb01

      U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor: What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 29

      Welcome to the U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor where every week we track the “who,” “what,” and “so what” for the new U.S. administration and Congress. This installment of the Monitor looks at key calls between President Biden and foreign officials, executive orders, and some top figures in the cabinet and White House. Sign up here to receive every...

      U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor: What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 29
      Feb01

      U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor: What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 29

      Welcome to the U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor where every week we track the “who,” “what,” and “so what” for the new U.S. administration and Congress. This installment of the Monitor looks at key calls between President Biden and foreign officials, executive orders, and some top figures in the cabinet and White House. Sign up here to receive every...

      Turkey’s Overlooked Role in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War
      Jan21

      Turkey’s Overlooked Role in the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War

      The Second Nagorno-Karabakh War between Armenia and Azerbaijan ended on November 10, 2020 with the former acknowledging defeat. Various factors explain Azerbaijan’s military victory, with two considered by observers as “magic bullets”: the role of unmanned aerial vehicles sourced from Turkey and Israel, and the advisory role of Turkish...

      The West Must Now Be United on Russia
      Jan21

      The West Must Now Be United on Russia

      This week, outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo canceled his final trip to Europe, leaving a long list of issues for the incoming Biden administration to coordinate on with European partners. Russia will be high on this list. Last month, an investigation by Bellingcat and CNN revealed new details about the use of banned chemical weapons by...

      A New Day for Transatlantic Cooperation
      Jan21

      A New Day for Transatlantic Cooperation

      Joe Biden became president of the United States yesterday. As he proclaimed in his inaugural speech: “America has been tested, and we’ve come out stronger for it. We will repair our alliances and engage with the world once again. Not to meet yesterday’s challenges, but today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.” The time to open a...

      The U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor – What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 15
      Jan19

      The U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor – What Allies and Partners Need to Know – January 15

      Welcome to the U.S. Foreign Policy Monitor where every week we track the “who,” “what,” and “so what” for the new U.S. administration and Congress. Less than a week from the inauguration, new important nominations and appointments have been rolling in. The Topline Next Wednesday, President-elect Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th President of...

      The Nightingale of Ukraine: Station Kharkiv Offers a Message of Hope
      Jan12

      The Nightingale of Ukraine: Station Kharkiv Offers a Message of Hope

      For over a decade now, Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation has been strengthening regional cooperation, civil society, and democratic foundations in the countries of the Black Sea region. As part of the Fast Response COVID-19 program, BST funded the NGO Kharkiv Station for its complex response to the crisis—support, on one hand, to the...

      Building Resilient, Sustainable, and Integrated Economies in the Eastern Partnership Countries
      Dec22

      Building Resilient, Sustainable, and Integrated Economies in the Eastern Partnership Countries

      This blog was written by members of the Policy Designers Network (PDN), a fellowship program that empowers young policy professionals from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to advance democracy and economic development, to expand their knowledge about regional, European, and transatlantic issues, and to strengthen their networks. During the...

      How Could a Context-Sensitive EU Approach Make EAP Societies More Resilient, Fair, and Inclusive?
      Dec18

      How Could a Context-Sensitive EU Approach Make EAP Societies More Resilient, Fair, and Inclusive?

      This blog was written by members of the Policy Designers Network (PDN), a fellowship program that empowers young policy professionals from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to advance democracy and economic development, to expand their knowledge about regional, European, and transatlantic issues, and to strengthen their networks. During the...

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