For years to come, the former Soviet Union will be home to some of the world’s most impregnable borders.
NATO must make clear to Moscow that a cyberattack aimed at undermining an ally’s institutional integrity will be met with retaliatory measures.
Despite their appealing promises, oligarchs do not offer a viable form of governance in countries such as Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
The future of a controversial Russian gas pipeline rests with the German chancellor and her predecessor.
The West is in dire need of a new, comprehensive strategy toward Russia. But none is likely to emerge anytime soon.
Antipopulist liberals in Georgia and other Eastern European countries have lost voters’ support. They need the wheel of history to turn again to realize their potential.
The small bizarro worlds on both sides of the Caspian shore are laboratories for economic and social transformation in an unstable but critically important region of the world.
European leaders should exploit the way in which Russia’s attempts to divide the EU and get sanctions lifted have backfired.
A selection of experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
A new gas deal offers a tactical advantage for Turkey and a strategic boon for Russia, which will continue to dominate energy supplies to the EU.