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Analyses | | Mateusz Gniazdowski, Martyna Wasiuta
At a press conference on 17 April, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and Deputy Prime Minister Jan Hamáček announced the expulsion of 18 employees (16 percent of the staff) from the embassy of the Russian Federation.
Analyses | | Krzysztof Dębiec
The past few weeks have exposed tensions in the Czech Republic’s contacts with China and Russia, revealing a crisis of bilateral relations that has been worsening for years. These tensions were escalated by the symbolic gestures made by…
Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Wojciech Konończuk
On 19 April, the Belarusian oil company Belneftekhim reported a significant deterioration in the quality of Russian oil transmitted to Belarus via the Druzhba pipeline. The level of organochlorine compounds was dozens of times over the…
Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Agata Łoskot-Strachota
The EU’s commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager announced that the European Commission (EC) was ready to settle the case against Gazprom.
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski, Agata Łoskot-Strachota
Gazprom’s announcement of the deal with Eustream fits in with the Russian diplomatic and propaganda offensive linked to the Nord Stream 2 project.
Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki
Relations between Hungary and Russia have moved beyond a pragmatic energy co-operation.
Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki
Russia has shown that it is able, regardless of sanctions, to build close co-operation with those EU member states which are interested in it.
Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki
As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.
Analyses | | Mateusz Gniazdowski
Although Central and South-Eastern European countries evaluate the recent developments in Ukraine in a very similar manner, their reactions have been different.
Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Andrzej Sadecki
By demonstrating Russia’s warm political relations with Budapest, Moscow is presenting itself as an attractive partner.