Russia & Eurasia Studies Centre

The Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre undertakes in-depth, analytically-focussed research into domestic and foreign policy issues in Russia and the other post-Soviet states.

Established in 2010 as the Russia Studies Centre, the programme’s geographical scope has widened since 2014, mirroring the high level of importance attached to the region.

A Definition of Contemporary Russian Conflict: How Does the Kremlin Wage War?

Russia’s Economic Prospects – Modernisation or Stagnation?

A “Captured State”: Moldova Between Russia and the West

Russia’s Policies towards a Changing Arctic

Close Encounters: Russian Military Activities in the Vicinity of UK Air and Sea Space, 2005-2016

Fighting Corruption with Con Tricks: Romania’s Assault on the Rule of Law

Putin’s Useful Idiots: Britain’s Left, Right and Russia

Putin’s Cyberwarfare: Russia’s Statecraft in the Fifth Domain

The Ceasefire Illusion: An Assessment of the Minsk II Agreement Between Ukraine and Russia

Close Encounters: Russian Military Intrusions into UK Air- and Sea Space Since 2005

After Crimea: Towards a New British Geostrategy for Eastern Europe?

Russia’s Abuse of Interpol

The Long Arm of Vladimir Putin

Putin’s Peninsula: Crimea’s Annexation and Deterioration

The Kremlin’s Sleight of Hand: Russia’s Soft Power Offensive in the UK

The State of Democracy After 25 Years: Lessons from Central and Eastern Europe

A Fateful Summit: The Future of NATO’s Relationship with Russia

Russia’s Role in the Balkans


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