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Publisher's column

A turn to Asia: the history of the political idea

Russia has already made its turn towards Asia, and the important question now is how deep and successful it will be.

Editor's column

The world in 2015: A nostalgia for balance

The year 2015 has demonstrated a severe imbalance in the world order and the impossibility of returning to interaction governed by old principles. As global players strive for a return to their individual perception of a “golden age,” Fyodor Lukyanov considers which geopolitical model appears the most likely in the near future.


German Paradox: How the Refugee Crisis Makes Merkel Stronger

Merkel’s EU critics come to realize that any kind of “war” on Merkel can end up very badly for the European Union.

Russia and Europe: A New Round?

Russia is ready for dialogue with the EU on a fundamentally new basis. A return to the relations we had three years ago is pointless and impossible. We must create a new format.

Central Asia: Secular Statehood Challenged by Radical Islam

Today post-Soviet Central Asian countries are facing problems caused by old security challenges and the emergence of completely new threats. These threats may influence the prospects of secular statehood in the region. This is a serious obstacle to modernization.

Regionalisation and Chaos in Interdependent World. Global Context by the Beginning of 2016

In 2015, the global context fever continued. It was characterised by non-linearity and unpredictability with opposite processes going on simultaneously and relationship between countries becoming increasingly tangled and complex.

The Security Costs and Benefits of Non-State Militias: The Example of Eastern Ukraine

Non-state (or “informal”) militias play crucial roles on both sides of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. They serve as force multipliers and, in some cases, provide plausible deniability for brutality.

Eurasia, Eurasianism, Eurasian Union: Terminological Gaps and Overlaps

Ever since Vladimir Putin launched the Eurasian Union project in 2011, scholars and the media have tended to analyze it as the victory of the Eurasianist ideology. This memo investigates the relationship between Eurasia, Eurasianism, and the Eurasian Union project.