Georgians Took to the Streets

Georgians Took to the Streets

OPINIONS Date: 15 July 2019 Author: Mateusz Kubiak Georgians Took to the Streets A wave of demonstrations sparked in Georgia, a country located in the South Caucasus. Mass protests broke out over anti-Russian sentiment yet soon exemplified to no lesser extent...
Western Balkans and Geopolitics

Western Balkans and Geopolitics

OPINIONS Date: 8 July 2019 Author: Jakub Lachert Western Balkans and Geopolitics In 2019, Poland holds the presidency over the Berlin Summit, culminated by the Western Balkans Summit in Poznań. Launched at the Berlin summit in 2014, the initiative gathers some of EU...
One Golunov Doesn’t Make Summer

One Golunov Doesn’t Make Summer

OPINIONS Date: 1 July 2019 Author: Grzegorz Kuczyński One Golunov Doesn’t Make Summer Staging provocations and framing people referred to as uncomfortable for the regime are a common practice in Russia under Vladimir Putin, with drugs and even child pornography being...
More Troops, More Gas: Poland’s Best Ally

More Troops, More Gas: Poland’s Best Ally

OPINIONS Date: 23 June 2019 Author: Grzegorz Kuczyński More Troops, More Gas: Poland’s Best Ally The Polish president arrived in the United States to pay what was called the best visit for many years, marking yet another significant step in cementing the alliance...
Ukraine’s Naftogaz Struggles For Crimea Gas Assets

Ukraine’s Naftogaz Struggles For Crimea Gas Assets

NEWS Date: 17 June 2019 Ukraine’s Naftogaz Struggles For Crimea Gas Assets Ukraine’s energy giant Naftogaz estimated that over 9 billion cubic meters of gas had been extracted from its Crimean assets since Moscow’s annexation of the peninsula in...
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