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Since the beginning of the ‘Russian Spring’, the Kremlin has fostered active attitudes among the nationalists and solicited their support.
The very recognition of the Eurasian Union as a party to the talks by the EU would set a precedent with significant consequences for European security.
In recent months Russia has increasingly used instruments for exerting economic pressure on Moldova.
Moscow wants to use Belgrade in its confrontation with the West, but Russia does not have much to offer to Serbia’s authorities.
The interests of the Russian Church and the Kremlin, which have coincided for years, have now come into conflict.
The decision concerning Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was taken off the cuff, with no calculation of the costs of integrating it with the rest of Russia.
After Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Crimean Tatars face the necessity of working out a modus vivendi.
The signing of the 30-year contract ends the long negotiation process initiated in the 1990s.
Russia’s annexation of Crimea and destabilization of Ukraine have created a new context for Kazakhstan’s foreign and domestic policy.
The crisis in Ukraine have brought about a situation in which it is necessary for Germany to make decisions and take action. No one in Berlin was prepared for this.