Could the West Have Saved Russia from Itself?

Igor Gretskiy examines Russia’s readiness to join NATO in the 1990s

The fumbling return of Putin the Historian

Igor Gretskiy wonder why Putin has again decided to take on the role of historian

Putin the ‘Historian’ versus Poland

Igor Gretskiy analyses why Putin got angry with Poland

Russia and the Council of Europe: Punishment Over?

Igor Gretskiy on why Russia’s right to vote in the PACE was restored, and what that means for Russia’s relations with the Council of Europe

Poland and Russia: A Conflict of Incompatible Identities

One of the main reasons for the Polish-Russian relations crisis are fundamentally incompatible identities of the two countries’ political elites.

Dangerous Liaisons Between Belarus and Russia

The story of a Union State with an uncertain future

Where History Will Not Repeat Itself

Why Putin will not be able to repeat Gorbachev’s deal with the West