Europe and Eurasia

By Murat Ulgul
May 17, 2014

Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s recent statement on the events of 1915 is symbolically important, but is not a historical step that will lead to peace because Turks and Armenians have incompatible red lines and the Armenian side contains multiple actors

By Luke Rodeheffer
March 31, 2014

Policy makers should begin preparing contingency plans, ranging from humanitarian operations to international peacekeeping missions, in preparation for a potential collapse of Russian control over the North Caucasus within the next decade.

By Dan Maher
January 2, 2014

Opponents of independence claim that Scotland cannot support itself economically outside of the United Kingdom, specifically with regard to sovereign debt and budget deficits. However, economic data contained within the SNP’s recent white paper, “Scotland’s Future,” presents compelling evidence that the economic case for Scottish independence is far more favorable than first imagined.

By Luke Rodeheffer
August 19, 2013

Central Asia should focus on further developing its rapidly growing economic ties with East Asia instead of placing its economic future in the hands of Moscow.

By Kyle Hartwell
August 5, 2013

European Union members concerned about human rights in Turkey should pursue progress through accession talks.


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