Ukraine’s Potential Turning Point: A Case for Doing More

CEPA's Marta Sikorski warns that despite recent progress made by government forces to re-assert control over the Eastern regions of Ukraine, some form of division of the country remains a possibility.  

The Sixth U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum.

“Reviving Atlanticism in Central Europe: Perils and Possibilities.”

Stormy Weather: Revisiting Atlanticism in Central Europe

CEPA's Edward Lucas provides his take on what the “Open Letter to the Obama Administration from Central and Eastern Europe” got right.

Moscow Exploits Balkan Soft Spots

CEPA's Janusz Bugajski analyzes the unfinished business of the Euro-Atlantic project in Southeastern Europe.  

Letter to Obama: Five Years Later

Alexandr Vondra reflects on the strategic conditions and perceived miscalculations which prompted the “Open Letter to the Obama Administration from Central and Eastern Europe,” five years ago.

CEPA’s Edward Lucas Testifies Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Called to consider the impact that energy imports have on European political decision-making, the subcommittee assessed America’s role in helping Europe break free of its reliance on single-source energy providers. 

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17 July 2014

Alexandr Vondra, former Czech Foreign Minister and Minister of Defense, has joined the Advisory Council of the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Ambassador Vondra will contribute to the institute’s mission of promoting an economically vibrant and geopolitically stable Central Europe with close and enduring ties to the United States.

15 July 2014

CEPA held a conversation with Marcin Zaborowski on the U.S.-Polish alliance in light of recent political and energy developments.

10 July 2014

CEPA hosted a roundtable discussion and transatlantic videoconference to consider the findings of its latest report: “Romania’s ‘Tipping Point:’ Advancing the Rule of Law, Governance and Public Leadership.”