« Belarus Chronicles » Daily Report from Nikita Taranko Acosta, CREER Analyst

 

 

In Belarus since the last elections, Nikita reports daily for the CREER, giving us some valuable information and personal impression on what’s going on in his birth country.

Multi-skilled professional analyst with several areas of expertise, such as international relations, regional analysis of European affairs and research on Lire la suite

Sondage sur l’image de la Russie en France

L’Ours Magazine a publié une étude auprès des Français pour connaître leur image de la Russie, sa culture, sa population. Voici le compte-rendu de cette étude réalisée entre le 28 avril et le 6 mai 2020. Vous vous trouverez ci-dessous le lien vers le sondage complet et les analyses de Lire la suite

How the European-eager Ukraine could not escape the oligarchic yoke: the first year of Zelensky

By Luca Mazzacane

The Zelensky presidency is one year old, but the promised changes and necessary reforms are taking a long time to arrive. Renewed Russian influences, together with slow legislative motion, are two signs of how little has changed in Ukraine. The country is struggling because of the coronavirus Lire la suite

Pourquoi la Russie de Poutine n’aura pas tenu son pari de la diversification économique ?

By Edouard Pontoizeau – Montreal

Il n’est pas inutile de lier les relations internationales à l’étude des administrations publiques. En l’occurrence, il serait erroné de penser que certains choix stratégiques des États ne concernent pas à la fois une connaissance intérieure et extérieure de leurs faiblesses et de leurs forces.… Lire la suite

Center for Civilians in Conflict : “When Will This All End?”: Voices from Civilians Living in Areas Affected by the Conflict in Eastern Ukraine

It has been four weeks since the first COVID-19 case was registered in Ukraine. The Ukrainian authorities have moved rapidly and robustly to respond to the unprecedented crisis triggered by the pandemic, putting in place measures to tackle what is proving to be the biggest public health challenge in decades. Lire la suite

Turkey to Seek Larger Role in the Black Sea and the South Caucasus

By Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi 

As Turkey-Russia disagreements intensify in northern Syria, another theater – the Black Sea and the South Caucasus – is starting to play a bigger role in Turkey’s thinking in the coming years. Ankara is likely to increase its military and economic cooperation with Georgia and Lire la suite

Riga • Le réaménagement d’un port international, ou l’adaptabilité de l’action publique collective.

By Edouard Pontoizeau – Montreal

Cet article propose d’analyser dans un cadre différent de celui de Bakou, un ensemble portuaire stratégique très ancien. Désormais, elle est la capitale d’un pays membre de l’Union européenne, et qui plus est d’une démocratie libérale. Nous tenterons de saisir l’importance historique, économique et … Lire la suite

South Caucasus’ Role will be overshadowed by the US-Russia Competition Elsewhere in Eurasia

by Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi

Recent geopolitical developments in Eurasia indicate that the South Caucasus’ relative importance could be overshadowed by West-Russia competition over Belarus, Ukraine and Central Asia. This trend was quite visible during Mike Pompeo’s visit to Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan which laid out the US administration’s Lire la suite

The valence of the Russian Drills during the turmoil in Middle East

The valence of the Russian Drills during the turmoil in Middle East

By Luca Mazzacane

The Russian Ministry of Defense began 2020 proactively, inaugurating the new year with a naval military exercise in the Black Sea. This activity is part of a bigger plan of drills involving other countries, but … Lire la suite

Political and Economic interests of Japan in South Caucasus: Perspectives of Cooperation

By Emil Avdaliani – Tbilisi

Though Japan was among the first to recognize the independence of three South Caucasus states, relations with Tbilisi, Yerevan and Baku remained limited in the 1990s. It is only in the 2010s that we saw an increased effort from Tokyo to build deeper economic cooperation. Lire la suite

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