Ivan Preobrazhensky investigates why the Czech Republic has suddenly cracked down on Russia’s diplomatic presence
Ivan Preobrazhensky comments on the fallout from the latest outbreak of war between Armenia and Azerbaijan
Ivan Preobrazhensky looks at how the international community will have a tough time thrashing out a lasting peace settlement between Armenia and Azerbaijan
Ivan Preobrazhensky investigates whether Russia has real obligations to provide assistance to Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia
Ivan Preobrazhensky on the constitutional transition
Ivan Preobrazhensky on the "resignation" of Vladislav Surkov and what that means for east Ukraine
Ivan Preobrazhensky about what the Kremlin can expect from the new European Commission
Ivan Preobrazhensky outlines the Czech Republic’s new foreign policy priorities
As the newly formed Orthodox Church of Ukraine moves away from Moscow's influence, it may in fact spark further Russian meddling among Ukraine's clergy and parishioners
Cooperation with Russia is shaking the constitutional system of the Czech Republic
A mysterious kidnapping in the Czech Republic and a Russian spy scandal in Austria are posing awkward questions for Russia-friendly populist governments in both countries
The Kremlin's assertive foreign policy has pushed the Russian Orthodox Church into international isolation. Was this intentional?
The Russian Orthodox Church, in spite of its pacifist scriptures, does not oppose war. On the contrary, the ROC has fast become a fountainhead of Russian militarism
The Duma is debating whether to threaten the rights of foreign residence permit holders or those with dual citizenship
Russia’s authorities are monitoring the events in Armenia closely, and with good reason
Is there any potential for an anti-war movement in Russia?