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Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski

On 22 April, the leaders of the three parties which formed the government coalition decided to put an end to their collaboration. The dissolution of the coalition was preceded by a break-up of the parliamentary club of the smallest of…

Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski

On 23 April, the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orban, suggested that the energy company MOL could withdraw from the Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH consortium, which is in charge of the implementation of the gas pipeline…

Analyses | | Rafał Sadowski
On 17 April, the interior ministers of France and Germany, addressed a letter to the minister of justice of Denmark, which is currently holding the EU presidency, with a proposal of amending the Schengen Agreement. They want the…
OSW Commentary | | Krzysztof Strachota
Tensions over Iran's nuclear programme have risen considerably in recent months. This has been visible in numerous threats of – and much speculation about – an imminent Israeli (and US) attack onIran's nuclear installations.
Analyses | | Witold Rodkiewicz
Two unprecedented visits by Russian senior state officials have been made over the past few weeks in Tiraspol. On 12 April, Transnistria was visited by Defence Minister Anatoliy Serdyukov, and on 16–17 April by the deputy prime…
OSW Commentary | | Witold Rodkiewicz
The nomination on 21 March of deputy prime minister Dmitri Rogozin to the newly created post of the Russian president’s special representative for Transnistria and to the post of co-chairman of the Russian-Moldovan intergovernmental…
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
During the first ten days of April oil supplies from the East to the Czech Republic fell by 31% in comparison with the amount logged by Russia. Transneft, which coordinates exports of Russian oil, announced on 9 April that Russian…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
On 5 April, ten months before the end of his term, the Serbian president, Boris Tadic resigned from his office. His resignation will enable the presidential, parliamentary and local elections to be held on the same day 6th May.…
Analyses | | Jadwiga Rogoża
The Court’s verdict is unlikely to have marked the end of the court proceedings into the Katyn massacre. The verdict passed by the ‘basic’ seven-judge chamber is not legally binding, and the Polish side has already announced it will…
Analyses | | Ewa Paszyc
On 16 April, Russia’s Rosneft and America’s ExxonMobil signed documents which laid out the details of the agreements on the strategic co-operation and joint projects of the two companies, signed in January 2011 (on the Russian Black…