Greece’s new Syriza government may alarm Brussels, but there is more behind Greece’s affinity for Russia than can be explained by party alliances alone – as polls have shown, keeping Athens in line on Russia policy may be trickier than expected.
The success of the far-right Alternative for Germany […]
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+++ Heather Grabbe and Stefan Lehne warn: If Hungary and Poland continue to defy the EU’s values, its unity is threatened; Ani Horvath and Piotr Buras report from Budapest and Warsaw, while Vít Dostál and Milan Nič assess Andrej Babiš' victory in the recent Czech elections; Hugh Eakin writes about the US right's and left's fascination with Scandinavia; Maryna Rakhlei weighs Ksenia Sobchak's chances to the Russian presidency ("Words Don't Come Easy"); and much more +++