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Eurasian Economic Union Might Expand

By Emil Avdaliani

As the strained Russia-EU relations somewhat softened recently, and a rising cooperation is being seen over questions such as Ukraine and Moldova, Russia is on the economic offensive throughout the former Soviet space.

Valentina Matviyenko, a high ranking Russian official, announced recently that Uzbekistan had already decided Lire la suite

La reconfiguration des relations russo-biélorusses après l’annexion de la Crimée en 2014


I. Héritage soviétique et interdépendances

a- La Biélorussie au sortir de l’Union Soviétique jusqu’au traité de l’Union Biélorussie-Russie

b- La dépendance économique, énergétique et stratégique

II. Le repositionnement de la Biélorussie après l’annexion de la Crimée

a. En politique intérieure

b. En politique extérieure

III. Perspectives

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Rahim Rahimov

Rahim Rahimov is a political analyst focusing on Russia, South Caucasus, and post-soviet nations with an interest in foreign policies, economic and political integration projects, and conflicts. He has written for the Eurasia Daily Monitor of the Jamestown Foundation, the Russia File of the Kennan Institute, CACI Analyst, etc. He Lire la suite

The Economic Roots of Georgia’s “Defection” to the West

By Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi 

An important part of a country’s foreign policy lies in its economic moves. This is particularly true in the case of large states seeking a bigger role in the international arena.

For example, China has been implementing the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ (BRI), while the

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Le gouvernement russe dévoile les modalités du passage à la semaine de 4 jours de travail

Le gouvernement dévoile les modalités de passage à la semaine de 4 jours de travail



Dans une interview au quotidien Izvestia, le vice-ministre du Développement économique, Piotr Zasselski, a annoncé qu’une réunion se tiendrait cette semaine au ministère du Travail pour discuter du projet. Celui-ci sera d’abord conduit Lire la suite

Jasmin Gut

Jasmin Gut is a Program Support Officer at PeaceNexus, a Swiss fondation which aims to enhance peace actors’ collaboration and power, working with governments, civil society and the private sector to reinforce their positive impact in the countries in conflict.  Jasmin Gut promotes the support to an inclusive dialogue with … Lire la suite

Les touristes chinois en Extrême-Orient russe

By Jasmin Gut – Genève

Dans le recueil Rediscovering Russia in Asia de 1995, Pavel Minakir, alors directeur de l’Institut économique à Khabarovsk1, énumère sept points qui devraient à son avis mener vers un meilleur développement économique de l’Extrême-Orient russe. Il recommande la modernisation des industries soviétiques, ainsi Lire la suite

Foreign Investments in Ukraine

The Center for Russia and Eastern Europe Research in Geneva  participated to the workshop « Foreign investments in Ukraine – Opportunities and overviews in a post election context » held by KG Consuлting and Bona Fide Business. The event gathered participants from various sectors, CREER executive board (… Lire la suite

Russia Accelerates Construction of a New Black Sea Port

By Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi

Economic and technological competition between China and the US has become an obvious fact for world politicians as well as analysts. However, as everyone pays attention to the ongoing trade war between the two giants and steady military build-up in the South China Sea, interesting Lire la suite

From Georgia, Iran-US Tensions Are Unlikely to Spill into War

By Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi


To the south of Georgia trouble is brewing as Iran and the US (and its allies) are almost openly engaged in a military competition around the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz.

True, Georgia does not share a border with Iran, but its … Lire la suite

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