The number of Belarusians working in Russia could be up to 100 times higher than the Belarusian government claims, according to a new study by the Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies.
More than 50 studies conducted by experts at the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul”, 25 editions of IDIS newsletters, and a list of IDIS events organized in 2012 have been compiled in the “IDIS Catalog of Publications 2012.”
Although the economic gap between old EU member states and new member states is narrowing, regional inequalities are growing, according to a Center for Social and Economic Research study.
The success of the Eastern Partnership hinges on the signing of an Association Agreement (AA) between Ukraine and the European Union this year, according to a new policy brief from the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).
While the results of NATO’s intervention in Afghanistan have been largely discouraging, the doctrine of liberal intervention is still the best way of mitigating threats to international security and innocent populations abroad, according to this Association for International Affairs policy paper.
The Institute for Public Affairs has released the fourth edition of a series of books analyzing the state of democracy in Slovakia.
This brief discusses the recent collapse of the governing Alliance for European Integration-2 coalition in Moldova and the potential consequences for Moldovan integration with the European Union. IWP senior analyst Leonid Litra argues that Moldova now finds itself in the midst of a corruption crisis which will only be exacerbated if early elections take place.