András Rácz

Senior Research Fellow - The EU's Eastern Neighbourhood and Russia Research Programme
Telephone +358 9432 7757

Academic degree
Ph.D. in Modern History, Eotvos Lorand University of Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, Budapest, 2008

Russian foreign policy towards Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova; foreign policy and domestic affairs of Belarus; Russia – Central-Europe relations; Eastern Partnership

Recent publications

"Russia´s Hybrid War in Ukraine: Breaking the Enemy's Ability to Resist", FIIA Report, No. 43. (2015), p. 104.

"The Visegrad Cooperation: Central Europe divided over Russia", L'Europe en formation, Trimestriel 55e année, No. 374, Hiver 2014, pp. 61-76.

"The new Minsk ceasefire. A breakthrough, or just a mirage in the Ukrainian conflict settlement?”, FIIA Comment, 2015/5, February 2015, Helsinki, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs (together with Sinikukka Saari)

From A(ngela) to V(ladimir): High-level visits in Budapest”, CEID, January 2015, Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy, Budapest (together with Edit Inotai)

"Not Another Transnistria. How sustainable is Separatism in Eastern Ukraine?” FIIA Analysis 2014/4, Helsinki, December 2014. The Finnish Institute of International Affairs (together with Arkady Moshes)

"Putin´s Humanitarian Convoy and the Road to Ukraine: Russia may intend to change the course of the fighting." FIIA Comment 10 (2014). Helsinki, 15 August 2014. The Finnish Institute of International Affairs.

"Divided Stands the Visegrad? The V4 have been united towards the Ukraine crisis but remain split concerning Russia.” FIIA Briefing Paper No. 158. Helsinki, June 2014. The Finnish Institute of International Affairs.

"The Good, The Bad and Clausewitz: Why a War Between Ukraine and Russia is Unlikely”HIIA Papers No. 12.,Budapest, May 2014, Hungarian Institute of International Affairs.

"Much Ado for Almost Nothing? A Comparative Reality Check of the Russia-led Integration Projects.” (together with Ekaterina Furman and Darya Ushkalova). PANORAMA of Global Security Environment 2013 (ed. by Marian Majer, Robert Ondrejcsák). Bratislava, 2014, Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs. pp. 255-268.

"A belorusz-orosz viszony és a szuverenitás problémája" [Belarus-Russia Relations and the Problem of Sovereignty], Külügyi Szemle, 2013/3. pp. 3-17.

András Rácz (ed.): The WikiLeaks Cables and their Impact on the Visegrad Countries and the Baltic States. Hungarian Institute of International Affairs, 2013, Budapest. p. 103.

"The Greatest Common Divisor: Russia's Role in Visegrad Foreign Policies." The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs, Vol. 1. No. 4. December 2012. pp. 32-51.

"Russian WTO Accession and the Geneva Agreements. Implications for Russia and Georgia." Transatlantic Academy Paper Series. Washington, D.C., 2011.

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