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On 23 January, following tough negotiations lasting almost two months, Moldova’s two largest pro-European groupings sealed a coalition agreement.
The Novorossiya movement has been out of the public eye and it is no accident that its reactivation has coincided with an escalation of clashes in Ukraine.
Armed activity in the Donbas has resumed along the entire length of the front line in recent days.
The Baltic states’ reaction to the threat from Russia has demonstrated that the level of cooperation between them is low.
It is rather unlikely that the Gyumri massacre will undermine Yerevan’s pro-Russian policy.
Anti-Maidan will probably be used by the Kremlin to quell protests which may arise due to the deteriorating socio-economic situation.
Moscow is threatening the resumption of war, in order to force unconditional consent to hold a new round of political talks.
While the Kremlin presents the EEU as the Eurasian equivalent of the European Union, the project is in reality an imitation of integration.
The German preference for dialogue and compromise in conflict situations may increasingly pose a risk to maintaining the cohesion and credibility of NATO.
The new president owes her victory to the fact that the presidential election has been transformed into a referendum on the government’s policies.