Turkey, Balkans, Caucasus, Ukraine

From the Ukraine–Russia War to the Navalny Case: How to Deal with the Kremlin?

Seven years after the annexation of Crimea and amid an ongoing war in Ukraine, Russia has tried to move towards military escalation in the Donbass region making clear that the status quo emerged in 2014 as a “new normal” cannot last. The...
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  • Europol has become a hub for differentiated integration. Initially a small anti-drugs unit, the EU’s police agency is now a fully-fledged body where law enforcement agencies from all around the world work together. Seen through the organisational...
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  • COVID-19 amplifies weaknesses while exacerbating latent illnesses in infected human beings. As we enter the second year of the pandemic, one may argue that much of the same has happened to EU foreign policy towards its neighbourhood.

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  • For all the talk about a new geopolitics in the Caucasus, made up of Turkish drones and Syrian jihadis, Iranian mediation and the clash of civilisations, war between Armenia and Azerbaijan has ended as unilaterally as it gets. It did so not only...
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06/07/2021
 
MAXXI

Dalla Jugoslavia all’Unione Europea

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01/07/2021
 
MAXXI

L’Italia e la dissoluzione della ex Jugoslavia

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IAI in the media

  • Novastan - Marco Giuli: Un accord entre l’Azerbaïdjan et le Turkménistan ouvre la voie eu pipeline transcaspien

    25/02/2021
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  • Lockdown imposed on Madrid

    10/10/2020
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  • Guardian - Tocci: The level of EU engagement with UK requests for help over Russia

    13/03/2018
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