Publications of CEES-members on current issues in Eastern Europe

Selected publications and analyses on current topics in Eastern Europe by employees and members of the CEES are listed below:

Sicherheitsordnung nach Moskaus Ukraine-Invasion

Jeronim Perović: Sicherheitsordnung nach Moskaus Ukraine-Invasion, CSS Policy Perspectives, Vol. 10/5, Zürich: ETH Center for Security Studies, Juni 2022.

Neuaufstellung: Zentralasien nach dem Machtwechsel in Afghanistan

Jeronim Perovic und Stefan Kube (Hg.): Neuaufstellung. Zentralasien nach dem Machtwechsel in Afghanistan, Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West (RGOW), 2/2022. Link RGOW

Rohstoffmacht Russland. Eine globale Energiegeschichte

Jeronim Perović: Rohstoffmacht Russland. Eine globale Energiegeschichte, Köln, Wien: Böhlau, 2022. ISBN: 978-3-412-52443-2

Energieflüsse und Embargos. Ost-West Beziehungen im 20. Jahrhundert

Jeronim Perović: Energieflüsse und Embargos. Ost-West Beziehungen im 20. Jahrhundert, in: Osteuropa 71 (2021) H. 10-12, S. 29-52. Link zur Zeitschrift

Die EU, der Balkan und transnationale Geschichtspolitik

Nada Boškovska, Geschichte der Gegenwart, 20.10.2021

Nord Stream 2 and the Energy Security Dilemma

Maria Shagina and Kirsten Westphal, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Berlin, 28.7.2021

How Disastrous Would Disconnection From SWIFT Be for Russia?

Contribution by CEES-Fellow Maria Shagina for Carnegie Moscow Center,  28 May 2021 Link to article

Nord Stream 2: It’s Time to Change Perspective

Jeronim Perović, Maria Shagina, Policy Perspectives, Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich Vol. 9/6, April 2021

Undermining Trust: Rearmament in the Western Balkans

Andrej Marković, Jeronim Perović: Undermining Trust: Rearmament in the Western Balkans, CSS Analysen in Security Policy, No. 282, April 2021; Link to German version

China Enters the Arctic Digitalization Race

Maria Shagina (CEES Postdoctoral Fellow): China Enters the Arctic Digitalization Race, The National Interest, 17.01.2021 (with Elizabeth Buchanan). Link to article

Is Tourism the Beginning or the End?

Gvantsa Salukvadze (CEES-Fellow), Norman Backhaus: Is Tourism the Beginning or the End? Livelihoods of Georgian Mountain People at Stake, Mountain Research and Development, 40(1), R28-R36, (8 December 2020). Link to article

Moscow's Aerospace Theory of Victory

Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky (CEES Visiting Scholar): Moscow's Aerospace Theory of Victory: What the West is Getting Wrong?, in: Russian Analytical Digest, No. 259, 30 November 2020.

Deterrence a la Ruse

Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky (CEES Visiting Scholar): Deterrence a la Ruse: Its Sources, Uniqueness and Implications, in Frans Osinga and Tom Sweijs (eds.), Deterrence in the 21st Century (Springer, 2020). Link to article

Asia-Pacific’s responses to the Ukraine crisis

Maria Shagina (CEES Fellow): Asia-Pacific’s Responses to the Ukraine Crisis: Third-Party Alignment with Sanctions on Russia, in: Revista CIDOB d’Afers Internacionals, Issue 125, September 2020, pp. 139-164. Link to article

Arktische Angelegenheiten: chinesisch-russische Dynamik

Maria Shagina (CEES Fellow) und Benno Zogg: Arktische Angelegenheiten: chinesisch-russische Dynamik, Nr. 270, September 2020 CSS Analysen zur Sicherheitspolitik

Virus im System: Russland und die Corona-Krise

Jeronim Perović: Virus im System: Russland und die Corona-Krise, Nr. 266, Juli 2020 CSS Analysen zur Sicherheitspolitik

Double Shock: The Impact of COVID-19 and the Oil Price Collapse on Russia's Energy Sector

Maria Shagina (CEES Fellow): Double Shock: The Impact of COVID-19 and the Oil Price Collapse on Russia's Energy Sector, Article, Foreign Policy Research Institut, 4. Juni 2020. Link to Article

The Collateral Damage of Russia’s Counter-Sanctions for the EAEU

Maria Shagina (CEES Fellow): The Collateral Damage of Russia’s Counter-Sanctions for the EAEU, in: Russian Analytical Digest, No. 247, 17 February 2020.

The UK’s Post-Brexit Sanctions Policy Towards Russia

Maria Shagina: The UK’s post-Brexit sanctions policy towards Russia, in: New Eastern Europe, 6 February 2020.

Has Russia’s Pivot to Asia Worked?

Maria Shagina: Has Russia’s Pivot to Asia Worked? Russia’s pivot to Asia is instrumental for offsetting Western sanctions, in: The Diplomat, 10 January 2020.

Die «Wende» als «Verrat»

Jeronim Perović: Die «Wende» als «Verrat». Russland, die Nato-Osterweiterung und das Scheitern der europäischen Sicherheitsordnung, in: Peter Collmer, Ekaterina Emeliantseva Kolle, Jeronim Perović (Hg.): Zerfall und Neuordnung. Die »Wende« in Osteuropa von 1989/91, Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau, 2019 (= Osteuropa in Geschichte und Gegenwart, Bd. 6), S. 75–102. Link

In the Crossfire

Maria Shagina: The Impact of West-Russia Tensions on Post-Soviet States, Report, Foreign Policy Research Institute, 21 November 2019. Link to Report

Russland und China: Potenzial der Partnerschaft

Jeronim Perović & Benno Zogg: Russland und China: Potenzial der Partnerschaft, Nr. 250, Oktober 2019 CSS Analysen zur Sicherheitspolitik

Russian Foreign Policy and Identity

Philipp Casula & Jeronim Perović (eds): Russian Foreign Policy and Identity, Special Section of Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 66, Issue 4 (2019), pp. 225-267.

Vertreibung, Trauma, Krieg

Jeronim Perović, Vertreibung, Trauma, Krieg: Tschetscheniens schwierige Vergangenheit, in: Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West (RGOW), 6/2019, S. 5-8. Download (PDF, 1 MB)

Russia's Eurasian Strategy

Jeronim Perović, Russia's Eurasian Strategy, in: Strategic Trends, Zurich: ETH Center for Security Studies, 2019, pp. 45-63. Link

Russia's Turn to Eurasia

Jeronim Perović: Russia’s Turn to Eurasia. Regional and International Implications, CSS Policy Perspectives, Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich, Vol. 6, No. 5 (2018). CSS Policy Perspectives

Manifestations of Nationalism. The Caucasus from the Late Soviet Times to the Early 1990s

Nada Boškovska and Jeronim Perović (eds): Manifestations of Nationalism. The Caucasus from the Late Soviet Times to the Early 1990s, Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 70, Issue 6 (2018), pp. 853-1017.

Putin wants a shining legacy. He has to solve 3 big problems first

Beitrag von Philipp Casula, Mitglied CEES, und zu den internationalen Herausforderungen Russlands, The Washington Post, 17.04.2018

Putin's Challenges

Jeronim Perović: Putin's Challenges, Russian Analytical Digest, No. 218, 10 April 2018 Russian Analytical Digest

Das System Putin: Wie stabil ist Russland?

Jeronim Perović: Das System Putin. Wie stabil ist Russland? CSS Analysen zur Sicherheitspolitik, Nr. 225, April 2018 CSS Analysen zur Sicherheitspolitik

Why Russia Voted for Putin in 2018, and What’s Next

Philipp Casula: "Why Russia Voted for Putin in 2018, and What’s Next", Dahrendorf Forum, Debating Europe, 28.03.2018 Dahrendorf Forum