The Arc of Instability from Eastern Europe to the Southern Caucasus. What’s next? Part 1

The second half of 2020 will be considered by many historians and experts as an important historical period that determined the development of the political and geopolitical situation in two crucial regions of Europe, Eastern Europe and the Southern Caucasus. The entire Russian European borderland from the Baltic to the Southern Caucasus has been on political fire since the middle of the summer.

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Author Ridvan Bari Urcosta
Senior Analyst at Strategy&Future
Date 04 / 2021
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