Dr William Hill, Former Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, examines the role of unrecognised state authorities in international relations and conflict resolution, arguing that their agency is a crucial factor for consideration when writing policy on Europe’s frozen conflicts.
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ELN Research Fellow Thomas Frear argues that a resumption of Open Skies Treaty flights between Russia and Georgia is in the best interest of both, outlining a status-neutral method to overcome previously irreconcilable national positions.
Maxim Starchak writes that the Russian annexation of Crimea and military support to south eastern Ukraine has led, deliberately or accidentally, to a new Cold War in Europe. Starchak argues that there are lessons from the arms control of the first Cold War.
In his first article since stepping down as the UK’s Permanent Representative to NATO, new ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson offers his thoughts on the challenges facing European security.
Dr Derek Averre of the University of Birmingham argues that Euro-Atlantic states must revive an intellectual framework that builds on the political and institutional engagement of much of the post-Cold War period. Only then can a workable dual track Russia policy come into effect.