All posts tagged "Azerbaijan"

  • Georgia has delivered on democracy. It is now Brussels’ turn

    If Georgia’s parliamentary elections of October 2016 were a test of the country’s commitment to democratisation, it passed the ordeal with flying colours. They tested the limits of Europeanisation from above, but likewise showcased a budding Europeanisation...

    • Posted November 14, 2016
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  • Brussels, Moscow and energy security – a struggle on equal terms?

    Despite an economic downturn, Moscow is increasingly trying to re-position itself as a global actor by attempting to control its neighbors and weaken Europe. In part, it aims to achieve its foreign policy goals towards both the...

    • Posted July 11, 2016
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  • How to react to Russia’s “pipedreaming”

    After a period of hiatus, Russia is again courting several European countries with a series of “pipedreams” whose rationale and sustainability appear dubious, to say the least. The enthusiasm spread by those projects in many European capitals...

    • Posted June 18, 2016
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