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Building up an image of Russophobic countries is currently instrumental in shaping a neo-imperial political identity among the Russians.
After 15 years of Putin’s rule, Russia’s economic model based on revenue from energy resources has exhausted its potential.
Romania and Moldova have developed very strong ties, resulting mainly from many years of common history, language and cultural heritage.
Islam in the former USSR and the phenomenon of the post-Soviet militants in Syria and Iraq.
A change of government in the Kremlin, would mean the fall of Kadyrov’s regime, and the reactivation of pro-independence rhetoric in Chechnya.
The crisis in EU-Russia relations over Ukraine has made the two players interested in the Southern Gas Corridor once again.
The world is fascinated with the phenomenon of Islamic State, failing to notice that the whole region is going through a crisis.
For years, development policy has attracted the attention of public opinion in Germany and been strongly supported by the public.
Since 2002 Turkey has seen a replacement of the state’s elites, a real change of the political system and a redefinition of the state identity.
The authors of the Russian Federation's military doctrine have outlined the concept of information warfare.