The Kremlin
Foreign affairs

Tension between Russia and the West: Moscow’s dangerous demonstrations of force and preposterous urging

The exchange of diplomatic slaps between Russia and the West has reached unprecedented levels since the Skripal poisoning in the UK in 2018. Russian diplomats were sent from Austria, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the US, Czechia, […]

Central/Eastern Europe

A. Kubilius: a Foreign Policy lesson from Moscow

During a recent visit of Mr Borrell to Moscow, Putin gave the EU diplomacy an important lesson, which we appreciate. Putin’s regime sends a message that they do not consider the EU a strong geopolitical […]

Gitanas Nausėda

Bruveris. G. Nausėda no longer seems as unshakeable

To force the hubristic Turkish President R. T. Erdogan to withdraw is more comfortable than to unseat J. Narkevičius from the post of minister of transport and communications. That’s probably how we can describe the […]

Belarus President A. Lukashenko and Russian President V. Putin
Foreign affairs

Grybauskaitė‘s foreign policy: will Nausėda wade into the old river?

President D. Grybauskaitė‘s foreign policy toward the east, first and foremost toward Russia and Belarus, was controversial and hypocritical. How will her successor G. Nausėda act? At the start of her first term, D. Grybauskaitė‘s […]