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OSW Commentary | | Wojciech Górecki
Russia was the first state in the world to de facto recognise the regime change in Kyrgyzstan that took place on 7 April 2010. This recognition, along with a previous campaign by the Russian media against the then President…
Analyses | | Anna Górska
Ukraine is complying with EU directives in its new law concerning the gas market, but only putting them into practice will show if it is ready for the solutions proposed by EU.
Analyses |
In the early hours of 21 July, an attack took place on the Baksan hydroelectric power plant in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, in the Russian North Caucasus. As a result of the explosion, two of the three generators were damaged.…
Analyses |
On 14 July in Kyrgyzstan, the government created after the overthrow of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, which was composed of leaders of the opposition, was replaced by a government of technocrats, which is intended to run the country…
Analyses |
On 16-17 July, at an informal meeting (closed to the press) of the OSCE’s foreign ministers in Almaty, it was agreed that the first in 11 years summit of the heads of states of the OSCE members will take place in Kazakhstan later this…
Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski
The Slovakian government has accepted the establishment of the European Financial Stability Facility but refused to contribute to the loan for Greec.
Analyses | | Justyna Gotkowska
Russia and Germany’s great expectations of the Modernisation Partnership project are being restrained by systematic limitations in both countries.
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski, Ewa Paszyc
Russia and Bulgaria have drawn the framework for agreements regarding South Stream and new gas contracts, but the negotiation process is still far from over.
Analyses |
The International Monetary Fund and the European Union on 17 July suspended talks on the implementation of the savings programme with the Hungarian government. The financial institutions are demanding Hungary impose greater budget…
Analyses |
On 11 July, the German press announced that Gazprom had invited the German company RWE, a strategic shareholder of the EU project Nabucco, to join the South Stream project. The proposal was probably aimed at discrediting Nabucco…