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Analyses | | Joanna Hyndle-Hussein

By taking control of Gazprom’s shares, Lithuania has marked the beginning of new relations between Vilnius and the Russian company.

Analyses | | Marek Matusiak

Despite the good results, the scale of Georgian Dream’s victory is less than pre-election expectations.

Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Wojciech Konończuk

Both countries are prepared for lengthy litigation as they are aware that the future model of bilateral gas co-operation is at stake.

Analyses | | Tadeusz Iwański, Witold Rodkiewicz

Although peaceful dialogue will continue, it must be doubtful that this will bring any lasting political settlement of the conflict.

Analyses | | Marta Szpala

The contradictory statements concerning the future of the South Stream project should be interpreted in the broader context of the Serbian-Russian game.

Analyses | | Szymon Ananicz

Turkey’s decision marks a change in its policy towards jihadists. Until recently, Ankara had turned a blind eye on their presence.

Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski

Due to pressure from the EU and increasing criticism from the US, Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski announced that the South Stream would be withheld.

Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś

The further reduction of Gazprom’s export monopoly will not be a process of de-monopolisation in the strict sense.

Analyses | | Andrzej Wilk, Piotr Żochowski, Wojciech Konończuk

After two months, the ongoing anti-terrorist operation has not brought about a breakthrough in the situation in eastern Ukraine.

Analyses | | Aleksandra Jarosiewicz

Western firms are withdrawing from projects linked to the Southern Corridor probably due to the declining commercial attractiveness of these projects.