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The Republic of Moldova is an exceptional state. It was the only Soviet republic to proclaim independence, on 27 August 1991, in order to become part of another state, i.e. Romania, rather than building its own independent political…
Regardless of the transport and social problems, the vast majority of the population have remained on the peninsula adapting to the new situation.
The Russian narrative on Belarus changed in 2014, when Russian expert circles and the government elite essentially redefined their perception of their Belarusian ally in the context of the conflict in Ukraine and the escalation of…
More than two years after the Maidan revolution, it is fully justified to say that the oligarchic system remains a key mechanism in Ukraine’s political and economic life. The oligarchs have been able to hold on to their influence thanks…
The implementation of the de-communisation laws is visibly changing Ukraine’s political landscape, both in its physical aspect and its intellectual-moral aspect.
The consequences of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant disaster are still a permanent element of the economic, environmental and social situation of Ukraine.
Plahotniuc has concentrated political and business influence in his own hands on a scale unseen so far in Moldova’s history since 1991.
The Belarusian authorities have adopted a familiar tactic in order to obtain large, low-interest stabilisation loans.
It is clear that hopes of a quick reconstruction and modernisation of the Ukrainian state as a political and institutional system have not been fulfilled.
Saakashvili has above all become a player on the national forum, supporting the presidential camp.