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Although the Republic of Belarus is constitutionally designated as a neutral country1, it is in fact closely connected with Russia’s own security and defence…

OSW Commentary | | Mychajło Honczar

Ukraine has had to wait nearly four decades for this opportunity to regain its status of a major gas producer. Gas from unconventional sources may lead not only to Ukraine becoming self-sufficient in terms of energy supplies, but may…

Analyses | | Kamil Całus

On 22 April, the Moldovan Constitutional Court unanimously ruled that Vlad Filat may not become either acting head of the government, nor may he take this post again should he gain a parliamentary majority. In the court’s opinion, a…

Analyses | | Arkadiusz Sarna

Statistics published over the last few days have confirmed the persistence of the economic recession in Ukraine which began in mid-2012. It is mainly related to the slump in overseas markets, which are the key customers of Ukrainian…

Analyses | | Tadeusz A. Olszański

On 7 April, President Viktor Yanukovych pardoned six people convicted of corruption offences, including Yuri Lutsenko, a former interior minister in Yulia Tymoshenko’s government, and Heorhiy Filipchuk, a former ecology minister in the…