Eurasian Union

A Bosnian scenario for Ukraine?

The future for America’s shipments of lethal weapons to Ukraine is not yet clear. However, the current situation there is distinctly reminiscent of another conflict from 20 years ago – the Bosnian War – during which the United States and NATO worked actively to arm one side, eventually leading to […]

A Russian Maidan in the works?

On March 1st, at the Russian opposition’s ‘anti-crisis’ demonstration (transformed into a march of mourning for slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov), police arrested Aleksey Goncharenko, a deputy of Ukraine’s parliament, the Supreme Rada. It remains unclear why a Ukraine Rada deputy would be in Moscow given the strained relations […]