NATO's Baltic Dilemma

Ill-informed scaremongering is infuriating. But ignoring a serious problem is even worse. It is not a military secret that NATO has a serious problem in the Baltic states. The alliance’s credibility hangs on the sovereignty, freedom and...

Romania 2016: Political and Security Prospects

CEPA hosted a roundtable on Romanian political and security prospects for 2016 with Dan Mihalache, Head of the Romanian Presidential Administration.

How to Terrify the Kremlin Cronies: Seize Their Ill-Gotten Gains in the West

When the limited liability company was invented, nobody thought about it as a way of concealing ownership. It was a sensible way of raising capital for risky business ventures. Now it is a handy tool for money-launderers.

Sputnik: Propaganda in Orbit

How does Russian disinformation work? Why is it so effective? Learn more from the latest CEPA Information Warfare Initiative paper by Ben Nimmo.

No Country for Oligarchs

Ten thousand Moldovans took to the streets in the capital city of Chisinau on January 21 to protest the political elite who have led the country into extreme corruption and poverty. Riots erupted the night before as almost two thousand Moldovans...

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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.
 
02 February 2016

CEPA hosted a roundtable on Romanian political and security prospects for 2016 with Dan Mihalache, Head of the Romanian Presidential Administration.

15 December 2015

CEPA held a seminar with Senior Fellow Marius Laurinavičius on the complexities of Russian disinformation in the Baltic region and the ways it can be challenged.

14 December 2015

CEPA inaugurated its Black Sea Expert Group, led by Senior Fellow Janusz Bugajski and Research Director Peter Doran.