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1. EU Strategic Autonomy in the Shadow of Geopolitical Rivalry: A View from Moscow

2. Russia’s Nationalities Policy before and after the 2020 Constitutional Amendments: Is the “Ethnic Turn” Continuing?

3. Hard security dynamics in the Baltic Sea region: From turbulence to tense stability

4. The Covid-19 pandemic in Russia: No applause for Putin’s political play?

5. Turbulence in arms control: Open Skies Treaty became a victim of the great power competition

6. Towards the 2021 Duma election: The Russian opposition needs strong leaders

7. Finnish foreign policy during EU membership: Unlocking the EU’s security potential

8. Digital authoritarianism in China and Russia: Common goals and diverging standpoints in the era of great-power rivalry

9. Uzbekistan’s new Central Asia policy: The economic rationale and political implications of good neighbourliness

10. The parliamentary election in Moldova: The end of European illusions

11. The Geostrategic Arctic: Hard security in the High North

12. The Brain drain from Russia: The Kremlinʼs double-edged sword

13. The end of nuclear arms control? Implications for the Nordic region

14. Regional elections in Russia: The Kremlin is tackling previous challenges while facing new ones

15. Global Britain's Arctic security policy: Going forward while looking back

16. US foreign policy tools in the era of disinformation: Deficiencies prevent effective response to malign information operations

17. Glitches in the Kremlinʼs politics of Fear: The dynamics of repression in Russia between 2012 and 2019

18. Russia and China in the Middle East: Playing their best cards

19. The Normandy Summit on Ukraine: no winners, no losers, to be continued

20. Holy Rus challenged: The conflict between Churches in Ukraine has consequences for Russia, Ukraine and the Orthodox world