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Policy brief

Unrecognized Actors from Unrecognized States: Moscow’s Puppets or Inevitable Interlocutors

Dr William Hill, Former Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, examines the role of unrecognised state authorities in international relations and conflict resolution, arguing that their agency is a crucial factor for consideration when writing policy on Europe’s frozen conflicts.

20 November 2017 | William Hill

Arms control in Russia–West relations: learning from the experience of the first Cold War

Maxim Starchak writes that the Russian annexation of Crimea and military support to south eastern Ukraine has led, deliberately or accidentally, to a new Cold War in Europe. Starchak argues that there are lessons from the arms control of the first Cold War.

21 December 2016 | Maxim Starchak