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Where Did the Eurasian Economic Union Go Awry?
May 08, 2017

Where Did the Eurasian Economic Union Go Awry?

By Casey Michel
There “is little to inspire confidence that the Eurasian project is capable of delivering on its grand promises.”
Russia’s Big Plans for Air Defense in Eurasia
April 07, 2017

Russia’s Big Plans for Air Defense in Eurasia

By Guy Plopsky
Big plans, indeed, but will they materialize?

The Problem With Dictatorland
April 04, 2017

The Problem With Dictatorland

By Paolo Sorbello
The BBC documentary is both an orientalist exercise and a potentially dangerous document for the journalist's sources.

Iranian Energy: A Game-Changer for Russia-Europe Relations
February 25, 2017

Iranian Energy: A Game-Changer for Russia-Europe Relations

By Gregory Xanthos
Eastern Europe is diversifying its energy suppliers away from Russia, and toward Iran.

2 Years On, Eurasian Economic Union Falls Flat
January 11, 2017

2 Years On, Eurasian Economic Union Falls Flat

By Casey Michel
It seems that “everyone’s dissatisfied” with the EEU.
Eurasian Economic Union: A Customs Code and a Kyrgyz Dilemma
December 28, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union: A Customs Code and a Kyrgyz Dilemma

By Catherine Putz
Kyrgyz approve EEU Customs Code, except for the part on the development of trade and economic policy.

The Belarus Trap: Former Journalist Faces Forced Return to Turkmenistan
August 09, 2016

The Belarus Trap: Former Journalist Faces Forced Return to Turkmenistan

By Catherine Putz
While Belarus isn’t willing to extradite all rogue Central Asians, Chary Annamuradov might be one of the unlucky ones.
Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana
June 01, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana

By Catherine Putz
Despite uneven progress, the talks focused on continued expansion and cooperation with other regional economic vehicles.

The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem
April 06, 2016

The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem

By Catherine Putz
An upcoming summit in Yerevan might be relocated because of the flaring conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh.

CSTO Says Fighting Islamic State Is a Top Priority
December 23, 2015

CSTO Says Fighting Islamic State Is a Top Priority

By Catherine Putz
The group called for forming a broad coalition "without politicizing and preconditions.”

Kyrgyzstan Sends an Ambassador to Belarus
October 08, 2015

Kyrgyzstan Sends an Ambassador to Belarus

By Catherine Putz
After three years, Bishkek has once again dispatched an Ambassador to take up post in Minsk.
Belarus and Kyrgyzstan – Eurasia's Unlikeliest Bedfellows
July 23, 2015

Belarus and Kyrgyzstan – Eurasia's Unlikeliest Bedfellows

By Samuel Ramani
Tensions over the 2010 Kyrgyz coup are giving way to growing links.

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