CEPA Launches New Warsaw Office

The expansion is part of a multi-year effort to widen CEPA’s reach and impact as the only U.S. policy institute dedicated to the study of Central Europe.    

Who Should Say Sorry to Whom?

Apologies are currency in international relations. The former captive nations of Eastern Europe are still waiting for what they regard as a proper apology from Russia for their miseries and losses under Soviet rule. Russia believes that these...

Central European Strategic Assessment Group meets in Warsaw

CEPA has convened the latest meeting of the Central European Strategic Assessment Group in Warsaw. 

Balkan Terrorist Threats

A recent attack by a gunman on a police station in Zvornik, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and a clash between police and gunmen in Kumanovo, Macedonia, have raised fears about escalating religious radicalism and terrorism in the Balkans. The bloody...

Making good governance stick in Romania

In 2012 the European Commission report under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism noted that judicial reforms in Romania are not yet irreversible. Since then, despite considerable progress in particular on fighting corruption, the question...

Election tornado in Poland

The first round of presidential elections in Poland went against all predictions and polling expectations. A few weeks ago the elections were panning out to be an uneventful affair with the only question mark being whether the re-election of...

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05 May 2015

WASHINGTON, May 4, 2015 – The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) is launching a new initiative to promote the security of the Baltic Sea region—the frontline of the European security crisis.

18 April 2015

On April 17, CEPA hosted a roundtable discussion with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on Estonia’s role in Baltic security and the changing transatlantic security environment.

17 April 2015

On April 16, CEPA held a discussion with Peter Pomerantsev, Senior Fellow of the Legatum Institute, and Marcin Zaborowski, Director of Polish Institute of International Affairs, on the present and future prospects for information war in Europe.