Uusimmat kolumnit

Torstaina, 1. elokuuta 2014     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Boisto meeting: building trust? Or mistrust?

Some people see the meeting of senior American and Russian experts on an island of Boisto as an honest attempt to move towards a durable ceasefire in the east of Ukraine. Others perceive it as a Yalta-type dealing behind Ukraine's back. Both have good arguments.

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Maanantaina, 1. toukokuuta 2011     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

EU-Russia: do we need numbers to tell the difference between a success and a failure?

The ECFR has recently published a study that arithmetically measures a variety of European foreign policy themes. Among the themes that were measured were the EU's relations with Russia.

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Maanantaina, 1. tammikuuta 2011     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

BBC Russian Radio is there no more: farewell to whom?

The closure of the BBC Russian Radio Service is a revelation of the decreasing importance of Russia.

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Maanantaina, 1. joulukuuta 2010     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Russia: The end of the ”zero” years

Putin’s “stability” is quickly becoming history.

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Maanantaina, 1. lokakuuta 2010     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Losing Russia, part II: losing Ukraine

Analysts no longer hide their concerns about the future of Ukraine’s democracy. Within several months that have passed since Viktor Yanukovich’s election as Ukraine’s president there were enough warnings telling that the earlier achieved standards will not necessarily be preserved.

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Keskiviikkona, 1. toukokuuta 2010     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Russia-Ukraine: business is business, and what this actually means

Russian-Ukrainian relations are now back to normal. That means that the sides disagree.

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Tiistaina, 1. maaliskuuta 2010     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Belarus: Avenue of Independence

For a few years already the main street of Minsk has been called the Avenue of Independence. Since this is the major artery linking the city with its international airport and, most importantly, the Moscow highway, renaming of the street was an unmistakable signal to the external world about Belarus’s priority – to be viewed as a truly independent country, definitely friendly towards Russia, but no less definitely separate from it.

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Tiistaina, 1. helmikuuta 2010     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Will we see a reset between EU and Russia?

In recent years the stagnation in relations between the European Union and Russia has become obvious to all independent observers. Of course, routines are followed, summits are held twice a year and diplomatic niceties are regularly said. But in practice the picture looks as follows.

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Maanantaina, 1. marraskuuta 2009     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

The legacy of 1989 and 10 years of Putin's Russia

Today, the nations that once lived under the Communist rule differ strongly. Some have successfully completed the transition towards market economy and liberal democracy. Some still hope to achieve this goal. Some found the transition to be mission impossible and have essentially established sultanist regimes, even hereditary.

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Maanantaina, 1. lokakuuta 2009     0 kommentti(a)
Arkady Moshes
Ohjelmajohtaja - EU:n itäinen naapurusto ja Venäjä -tutkimusohjelma

Russian comeback

In recent years a lot was said about Russia’s resurgence. While some commentators are paying more attention to its rediscovered readiness to use force to back up the political statements, which culminated in the war with Georgia, others point out to the soft power in Moscow’s possession.

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