Rethinking "Strategic Patience" with Russia

Rather than revealing Russia’s weaknesses and avoiding risk to ourselves, policies rooted in “strategic patience” are giving Putin the time he needs to silence domestic opponents, gerrymander his neighborhood and carve out a larger power base for...

Bravery

Regardless of who actually pulled the trigger of the gun that ended the life of Boris Nemtsov, my closest friend in Russian politics, the responsibility for his death is clear. It lies in the political system created by Vladimir Putin, which has...

Russia After Nemtsov

The assassination of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov propels Russia into a dangerous new phase of state terrorism. The killing of critical journalists could be depicted as the actions of uncontrolled mobsters and the imprisonment of freewheeling...

Ukraine Cannot Win Without Guns

Ukraine cannot win the war against Putin’s predation only by reforming. It needs to win by arresting Putin’s military march first. And to do this, the West needs to arm Ukraine.

Lithuania's Role in Securing Central and Eastern Europe's Energy Future

On February 25, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), hosted a roundtable discussion with Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis.

"Not Waving but Drowning"

Putin is winning. The West is just beginning to wake up to this, though many still find the idea preposterous. Anne Applebaum, writing in the Spectator, notes how the worthies assembled at the Munich Security conference earlier this month burst...

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Europe's Edge is a web journal covering the analytical trends and developments shaping the U.S.-Central Europe foreign policy debate.
 
26 February 2015

On February 25, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), hosted a roundtable discussion with Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis.

12 February 2015

On February 12, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and the Romanian Presidential Administration jointly hosted the first meeting of the Romania Defense and Security Working Group.

29 January 2015

On January 29, the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) co-hosted the seminar “Countering the Russian Threat to Central and Eastern Europe in 2015: A Transatlantic Perspective” in Warsaw, Poland.