CEFTA – EU enlargement safeboat for Georgia and Ukraine in the wake of an illiberal order
Insufficient alignment of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Belarus with the core policy of Eastern Partnership poses the EU a serious dilemma. On the one hand, the EU needs to decide whether the deeper inclusion of these countries in European…
EU: Refugees, Nord Stream 2 and Visegrad 4
On June 28-29, the EU Summit took place in Brussels, Belgium. The leaders of 29 states of the bloc gathered together to discuss the number of issues varying from the “Brexit” and the economic affairs to security and defense as well as the…
Re-evaluated French defence posture under the President Macron
Such extensive use of France’s Armed Forces in current operations has brought into question their ability to respond to new crises or emerging threats.
Georgia – A New Cornerstone in Transatlantic Relations
The active transatlantic flirt between Europe and the USA was re-energised after World War II and lasted until the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
America and Europe in the Wake of post-Atlanticism Along with Russia and China
Historically, the first stage of global order transformation took place after the First World War, having a temporal soothing effect while a number of great economic powers were in the process of recovery.
Ukraine decentralisation in the Context of Resolving the Crisis
The paper will discuss three main institutional designs aimed at decentralising the central government in Ukraine – the devolution of power to local territorial communities, the territorial autonomy of Donbas, and the federalisation of the…