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Making sense of Germany’s Ukraine policy

SPS researcher Marius Ghincea explores the reluctance and the sudden shifts in German policy on arms for Ukraine and analyses the domestic dynamics that shape Germany’s foreign policy.

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The South Caucasus in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine

STG Visiting Fellow Teona Giuashvili addresses the threats and challenges currently faced by Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia, and underlines the importance for the EU to assert itself as a political and security actor there.

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Reforming the EU internal electricity market during crisis

In a context where Russia is both financing the war effort with energy exports and trying to leverage its energy dominance, Professor Jean-Michel Glachant analyses the factors that complicate the energy crisis for the European Union. 

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Blogs and articles

Putin the Pariah, by Alexander Baunov, Foreign Affairs, 3 May, 2023.

Russians seem very interested in my book about how dictatorships end, by Alexander Baunov, The New York Times, 26 April, 2023.

Making sense of Germany's Ukraine policy, by Marius Ghincea, EUIdeas, 2 February 2023.

Do not mistake Kherson retreat for a crack in Putin’s armour, by Alexander Baunov, Financial Times, 10 November 2022.

John Mearsheimer’s lecture on Ukraine: Why he is wrong and what are the consequences, by Filip Kostelka, EUIdeas, 11 July 2022.

Ukraine’s challenges and prospects of joining the internal energy market, by Max Munchmeyer, Florence School of Regulation Blog, 28 June, 2022.

In praise of reality, not realism: An answer to Mearsheimer, by Veronica Anghel and Dietlind Stolle, EUIdeas, 28 June 2022.

Adding ambition to Europe’s unity, by Brigid Laffan and Herman Van Rompuy, Project Syndicate, 15 June 2022.

A first look at REPowerEU: The European Commission’s plan for energy independence from Russia, by James Kneebone and Ilaria Conti, FSR Blog, 19 May 2022.

How unified are Europeans’ views on the war in Ukraine?, by Ioana-Elena Oana and Alexandru Moise, EUIdeas, 19 May 2022.

The EU Strategic Compass: Charting a course in stormy seas, by Michael Sanfey, EUIdeas, 15 April 2022.

Did we solve the caseload problem? Russia’s exit from the European Court of Human Rights, by Helga Molbæk-Steensig, EUIdeas, 24 March 2022.

The war in Ukraine, food crises and global uncertainties, by Michele Nori, EUIdeas, 18 March 2022. 

Sovereignty, power and global governance, by Michael Sanfey, EUIdeas, 16 March 2022.

Dead Right: Welcome to the Rule of Guns and Lawyers, by Nikolas M. Rajkovic, Opinio Juris, 10 March 2022.

Smart sanctions and how to diminish Europe’s dependency on Russian gas, by Daniel Gros, EUIdeas, 10 March 2022. 

Can EU citizens like Roman Abramovich be sanctioned?, by Miguel Mota Delgado, EUIdeas, 9 March 2022.

Financial sanctions and the ‘crypto leak’: a renewed debate over the regulatory approaches to private digital currencies, by Nikita Divissenko, FBF Blog, 9 March 2022.

Latin America and the Russo-Ukrainian War, co-authored by Lucía Bosoer, Lucas Chiodi, Gabriel Cohen, Melina Nitschker, and Esteban Scuzarello, Latin American Focus Group Blog, 7 March 2022.

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