Europe and Eurasia

By Szymon Jagiello
Contributing Writer
October 10, 2014

Nicolas Sarkozy has decided to return to the French political stage in hopes of becoming the next president of the conservative party Union pour un Mouvement Populaire (UMP). He will also seek to win the French presidential election in 2017. Evidence suggests that Sarkozy will achieve his objectives.

By Elizabeth Burnham
Editor-in-Chief, International Affairs Review Print Journal
September 28, 2014

Scotland's secession bid failed. Does this mean an end to the separatism that so many claim threatens the great European project? Hardly.

By Pablo Scuticchio
Contributing Writer
September 23, 2014

Framing the crisis in Ukraine as a cultural showdown between East and West risks losing sight of the true motivations that inspire the course of events.

By Denis A. Burakov and Mikhail Skovoronskikh
Contributing Writers
September 2, 2014

As Putin expands his program of domestic repression, the necessity of preserving Russia's educated classes grows ever more imperative.


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