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NATO summit in Brussels: the eastern flank between the USA and Europe
Analyses | | Justyna Gotkowska

The NATO summit in Brussels on 11–12 July will be a summit of political and military paradoxes.

Troublesome Investment
OSW Studies |

When Belarus embarked on the construction of its first nuclear power plant in Astravyets in 2012, the official objective was to significantly reduce the share played by imported Russian gas in the country’s electricity production.

The US–China trade dispute: phase two
OSW Commentary | | Jakub Jakóbowski

Donald Trump has pursued his strategy of stepping up pressure on Beijing by threatening it with a tariff war since March 2018. 

(Un)realistic neutrality. Attempts to redefine Belarus’ foreign policy
OSW Commentary | | Kamil Kłysiński

The continuing conflict between Russia and Ukraine have led the Belarusian authorities to attempt to redefine their country’s foreign policy.

Expansion at the state’s expense: Novatek as a driving engine of the Russian LNG sector
OSW Commentary | | Szymon Kardaś

A deal for France’s Total to acquire a 10% stake in the Arctic LNG 2 project for US$2.55 billion was struck during the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg.

Analyses | | Andrzej Sadecki

On 20 June, the Hungarian parliament made a number of legislation changes branded collectively by the governing Fidesz as the ‘Stop Soros’ package.

Analyses | | Kamil Frymark, Konrad Popławski

The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the French president, Emmanuel Macron, signed a declaration on 19 June in Meseberg.

Cadres decide everything – Turkey’s reform of its military
OSW Commentary | | Mateusz Chudziak

Over the last two years, the Turkish Armed Forces (Türk Silahlı Kuvvetlerı – TSK) have been subject to transformations with no precedent in the history of Turkey as a republic. 

Analyses | | Krzysztof Dębiec

58% of the voters backed the formation of a minority government led by the ANO movement in the referendum held inside the Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD).

Serious clash between CDU and CSU on migration policy. European implications
Analyses | | Kamil Frymark, Anna Kwiatkowska-Drożdż

Angela Merkel’s government finds itself in its deepest crisis since she became Chancellor in 2005.