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Analyses | | Krzysztof Dębiec

The past few weeks have exposed tensions in the Czech Republic’s contacts with China and Russia, revealing a crisis of bilateral relations that has been worsening for…

OSW Commentary | | Agata Łoskot-Strachota, Szymon Kardaś

On 10 September, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) annulled a decision issued by the European Commission on 28 October 2016 allowing the Russian Gazprom to send greater volumes of gas through the OPAL…

Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Wojciech Konończuk

On 19 April, the Belarusian oil company Belneftekhim reported a significant deterioration in the quality of Russian oil transmitted to Belarus via the Druzhba pipeline. The…

Analyses | | Szymon Kardaś, Agata Łoskot-Strachota

The EU’s commissioner for competition Margrethe Vestager announced that the European Commission (EC) was ready to settle the case against Gazprom.

Analyses | | Jakub Groszkowski, Agata Łoskot-Strachota

Gazprom’s announcement of the deal with Eustream fits in with the Russian diplomatic and propaganda offensive linked to the Nord Stream 2 project.

Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki

Relations between Hungary and Russia have moved beyond a pragmatic energy co-operation.

OSW Commentary | | Jakub Groszkowski

Since the beginning of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, the position of Slovakia’s left-wing government towards Russia has been ambiguous.

Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki

Russia has shown that it is able, regardless of sanctions, to build close co-operation with those EU member states which are interested in it.

Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki

As regards the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, Hungary will barely be able to maintain its neutral position.

Analyses | | Mateusz Gniazdowski

Although Central and South-Eastern European countries evaluate the recent developments in Ukraine in a very similar manner, their reactions have been different.