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The West should be careful not to make Vladimir Putin’s Russia stronger than it is.

Russia’s hacking attacks – like the one on France on Saturday – are nothing new. The Kremlin has been using the very same tactics on the Russian opposition for years.

Building resilience is the best way to counter Russian attempts to undermine Western democracy.

Russia has gotten the upper hand in the Eurovision propaganda war.

NATO isn’t “obsolete;” its relevance is unchanged.

Russia’s president is more a product of the Russian political landscape than its architect.

The West’s open societies are under attack. It’s time to brace for a fight.

New dialogue on military affairs and armament can help rebuild security in East-West relations.

It might seem like Russians stand firmly behind their president. Not so, says opposition leader Ilya Yashin. But the opposition has trouble making itself heard.

It was obvious from the start that the Minsk II agreement for eastern Ukraine would fail to reach its targets. As long as sanctions are in place, however, it serves a purpose.

Changing the dynamic between NATO and Russia will be essential to preserving European security.

Moscow has had an expensive makeover while the regime ossifies.

Seven ways that Moscow misunderstand the European Union.

What the Panama Papers have revealed about the Russian President’s rule.

The EU should maintain – and strengthen – sanctions on Russia.

A Russian and a Ukrainian historian discuss diverging views of a shared past.