Originally published in Foreign Policy ‘The Polish success story has become something of a fantasy among Western European liberals who are now arguing that Poland can be a catalyst for reform in Eastern Europe and that the happy outcome of the Polish transition can serve as a reminder to the Euroskeptics in London, Paris, and Berlin … Continued
Author: Ola Cichowlas
It’s not just Nigel Farage who overlooks the threat from Russia. Whole European elites are at it too.
Originally published in The Independent ‘Russia is tearing Ukraine apart – it has snatched Crimea and continues to destabilize the eastern region around Donetsk. Ukrainian blood has been spilt and Europe finds itself under dark clouds from the East once again. Yet, in grand rooms in London, Paris and Berlin, important people in dark suits … Continued
Originally published in Politico Magazine ‘It was not supposed to happen this way. At the end of 1991, Russia was supposed to have thrown off its totalitarian imperialist cloak and joined the happy parade of former communist countries that were embracing democratic capitalism. Its neighbors were hoping to put the past behind them and feel … Continued
Originally published in Forbes “Vladimir Putin has already redrawn the map of Europe. After the annexation of Crimea, no country sharing a border with Russia can feel entirely secure. In expanding territorially, the Kremlin believes it is rectifying past mistakes. With Putin having appointed himself as the Kremlin’s state historian, Russian revisionism is now a … Continued
Event Summary: “The Military Dimension of Russia’s Policy toward Ukraine: Should the West Be Worried?”
This is a summary of an event with Dr. Mark Galeotti, Clinical Professor of Global Affairs at New York University’s SCPS Centre for Global Affairs, on 26th March; it reflects the views of the speaker, not those of the Henry Jackson Society or its staff. Addressing an audience in the British Parliament on 26th March, … Continued
Event Transcript: ‘The Military Dimension of Russia’s Policy toward Ukraine: Should the West Be Worried?’
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