The “Kosmolinks” are finally back, and with the help of diigo I will try to make it a weekly feature! You can also watch and navigate through a slide show of all live pages of “Kosmolinks”: Just click here to start the “WebSlides”!
A bunch of experts share their views about the new Russian president and topics ranging from Putin and developments in the Russian society and economy to the Caucasus and relations with Europe, Asia, USA … even a short paragraph on McCain and Obama.
Mark Mardell – A presidential game of musical chairs
The latest rumours about the new EU top jobs…Barroso, Ahern, Rasmussen, Blair, Juncker?…but it is also true that the front runners never win!
The Borders of the European Union: Zagreb, 1. June 2011
The Balkans in 2011? – A rather pessimistic (but realistic?) outlook on the future political developments on the Balkans…
Belarus: RFE/RL Cites Online ‘Solidarity’ In Face Of Cyberattack
Another cyberattack… exactly on the day of the 22nd ‘anniversary’ of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. RFE planned live coverage of a protest rally in Minsk. Not that difficult to figure ot who was behind it…
The Guest Blog : Le Monde goes Europe, the UK goes chicken
Is the “Bureau of European Policy Advisers” (BEPA) of the European Commission (also known as the internal think tank) about to start blogging or is it only a guest post? Anyway, some good points on communicating and debating the EU and the usual problems and chances associated with it…
Serbs to have easier travel in EU
Another “carrot” for the undecided voters…
ECFR: The new Russian presidency: Medvedev 1.0 or Putin 2.0?
some “informed speculation” about the future of Putin and co.
Time to think of a strategic bargain with Russia (pdf)
Michael Emerson (CEPS) on the need of strategic relations between the West and Russia.
Nicolas Sarkozy’s Foreign Policy: Gaullist by Any Other Name – Brookings Institution
Is Sarkozy an Atlanicist, Gaullist or even a Sarkozyst?
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