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WAR BY OTHER MEANS. REGIONAL ENERGY POLICY

Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence. A comparative assessment.

Case studies from Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Romania and Hungary   The EU has been increasingly caught up in its own internal struggles over the past years – migration, populism, Brexit – and is facing fundamental challenges to its core principles and values from problematic member states such as Poland, Hungary or Romania. Russia stands only ···

ANNUAL REPORT 2019 Economical clientelism and media misinformation: two sides of the same coin in electoral campaigns

Economical clientelism and media misinformation: two sides of the same coin in electoral campaigns; Russia’s influence in Romania, Moldova, Georgia and other neighbouring countries Both the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 are represented by crucial elections in the Republic of Moldova, Estonia, Ukraine, Georgia and Macedonia and in May 2019, we will ···

The conclusions of the observation mission of the parliamentary elections and the referendum held in the Republic of Moldova on the 24th of February

On February 24, 2019 the parliamentary elections and a republican consultative referendum took place in the Republic of Moldova. The Parliament is unicameral and consists of 101 members. The elections were organized for the first time after a mixed electoral system, which involved the creation of 51 uninominal constituencies and 50 members elected on national ···

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