Strategic Outlook

Strategic communicatioan during Russia-West confrontation

The information space is the main field of confrontation between Russia and the West today. The aim of this confrontation is to win over the public to one’s side. It is important not just to be right, but also to be convincing.

12 april 2018 | 19:18

Problems of diplomacy as an exact science

It's hard not to notice that the media environment affects the minds of the foreign policy elites. For many, foreign policy is increasingly becoming not just a professional occupation, but also a pleasant pastime and entertainment. This directly affects the quality of foreign policy assessments and decisions.

11 september 2017 | 16:55

Russia′s allies and the geopolitical frontier in Eurasia

The risk of Russia’s involvement in low-intensity military conflicts has been growing since the early 2000s. Instability along many stretches of the border has forced Moscow to increase its military presence in the neighboring areas. This is increasing the risk of Russia’s involvement in military conflicts as a peacekeeper or the guarantor of the status quo. The biggest danger in this situation is that ideological priorities may prevail over rational considerations, forcing the country to overreach itself.

27 april 2017 | 17:34

Trump′s view of Russia and American global leadership

Donald Trump is challenging a fundamental notion at the core of American identity – the role of the U.S. as an unchallenged global leader able to intervene anywhere in the world in the name of democracy. Still, there is a chance that Trump‘s self-narcissism does not prevent him from exposing failures of the Hamiltonian-Wilsonian-Jacksonian consensus in U.S. foreign policy and articulating some essential points of a neo-Jeffersonian alternative.

10 august 2016 | 18:00

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Greece: choosing between bad and worse

When Greece entered the Eurozone in 2001 it was experiencing incredible euro-romanticism, and the main slogan would be ‘We have nothing to share’. The latter was based on the illusion that the invisible hand of Europe would be equally generous to all of its children. However, soon it turned out that despite the common currency the economies of the EU members are not equally competitive, and they do not benefit equally from the common market and the currency union. 

 
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