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Partner PerspectivesJul 5, 2017 | 16:04 GMT
The best course for the European Union might be to embrace the Three Seas Initiative
Dismissing the Three Seas Initiative Is Counterproductive for Brussels

The Three Seas Initiative is viewed with suspicion in Brussels due to its political implications. The best thing the European Union can do to make it a success and counter anti-EU rhetoric in Central and Eastern Europe is by embracing this project.

Contributor PerspectivesFeb 24, 2016 | 09:00 GMT
A transdniestr border police officer from separatist region of Moldova looks at Ukraine border point at Kuchurgan-Pervomaysk, Ukraine-Moldova border point on April 15, 2014. Ukrainian Minister of foreign Affairs, Andrii Dechtchytsia, said was 'very concerned' by Transnistria breakaway pro-Russian entity in Moldova, while Moscow has to proceed to the annexation of Crimea to Russia. 'The situation in Transnistria is a major concern, not only for Ukraine, not only for Moldova' stated Mr. Dechtchytsia during a
Eastern Europe: Where Two Civilizations Collide

In his insightful Feb. 20 Global Affairs column, "Why the West Should Pay More Attention to Moldova," Steve Hall asked: "Why risk further conflict -- perhaps armed conflict -- with Russia over a place most Americans and many Europeans cannot locate on a map?" As if on cue, February also saw the publication of Robert D. Kaplan's latest book, In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond. In it, Kaplan offers a detailed and compelling answer to Hall's question: Moldova is at the heart of one of the defining geostrategic conflicts of the early 21st century.

AssessmentsMar 11, 2015 | 09:07 GMT
A picture of a Russian self-propelled artillery gun motoring along a Ukrainian highway
Russia Weighs the Cost

Stratfor periodically conducts internal military simulations. This series, examining the scenarios under which Russian and Western forces might come into direct conflict in Ukraine, reflects such an exercise. It thus differs from our regular analyses in several ways and is not intended as a forecast. This series reflects the results of meticulous examination of the military capabilities of both Russia and NATO and the constraints on those forces.

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