The new collection of articles on Belarusian foreign policy has been issued


The illegitimate annexation of the Crimean Peninsula made more than one Eastern European state come to terms with the fact that none of them is really safe from Russia’s military

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CEEPS Will be Presenting a Book on the Foreign Policy of Belarus


On May 31st, at 12.00 o’clock in Radisson Blu Ridzene Hotel the Centre for East European Policy studies will be presenting its newest book “Belarusian

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The Baltics in weak Europe: be tough and don’t panic


“Prone to ups and downs in their feeling of ‘eternal transition’, the Baltic front-line states do not panic. It strenghtens them in the belief that the choice to join NATO

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The Minutes from Latvia podcast is back and this time the guest in the pod is academic and geopolitical expert Andis Kudors


Topics discussed range from NATO cohesion and Russian infowar to the lessons to be learned from Ukraine and how Latvia can play a role in proving that being Russian and being a supporter

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Presentation of the Book “The War in Syria: Lessons for the West” Will Be Held in Brussels


Presentation of the book “The War in Syria: Lessons for the West”, issued by the Centre for East European Policy Studies, will be held on 29 November in Brussels.

Main conclusions

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Researchers: Russia, While Using Syria for Its Propaganda Purposes, Causes Injury to the Western Countries


Russia has actively used the war in Syria for its propaganda purposes, and it considers Syria as the place where its status of superpower, similar to

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