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OSW Commentary | | Agata Łoskot-Strachota
The issue of energy prices has therefore become one of the key factors intensifying the debate on EU energy policy as a whole and on its individual elements.
OSW Commentary | | Szymon Kardaś
The changes have been motivated above all by the individual interests of Gazprom’s competitors - Novatek and Rosneft.
OSW Report | | Konrad Popławski
The Eurozone crisis has forced German exporters to speed up their expansion onto the emerging markets, in particular Brazil, Russia, India and China
OSW Report | | Józef Lang
Radical Islamic militants from Central Asia have ceased to be a local phenomenon. They have become a kind of ‘jihad academy’.
OSW Commentary | | Aleksandra Jarosiewicz
Ankara has become a hostage of its own image as an economically successful state with a stable socio-political system.
OSW Studies | | Krzysztof Strachota, Aleksandra Jarosiewicz
The collapse of the USSR brought about conditions conducive to the dynamic development of relations between Central Asia and China. These relations have evolved from deep mistrust to the continually growing Chinese presence primarily in…
Point of View | | Szymon Ananicz
Despite a growing assertiveness in Ankara’s relations with Brussels, Turkey will continue to seek closer integration with the EU in the coming years.
OSW Commentary | | Andrzej Wilk
Over the past few months, four Central European states have made decisions which will determine the shape of their air forces over the next decade.
OSW Studies | | Marek Menkiszak
On several occasions since 2001 Vladimir Putin has raised the concept of ‘Greater Europe’, a partly-integrated common space comprising mainly Russia and the European Union. In recent years Moscow has undertaken a number of initiatives…
OSW Commentary | | Kamil Całus
The key element of Chișinău’s diversification project is the construction of the Iasi-Ungheni pipeline, but it won't resolve problem before the end of the current decade.