The digital market works differently to the analogue economy. Whoever has the relevant data can control market concentration and dictate how competition
In fact, Eastern European and German critics had hoped that the attempted murder would finally change Ms Merkel’s view of Vladimir Putin.
It all began as an internal Ukrainian crisis in November 2013, when President Viktor Yanukovych rejected a deal for greater integration with the EU. Now it has turned into a war. How will it play out?
Various justifications for sanctions have been presented stating that Russia should be penalised for her annexation of Crimea and support of the
It is not just the drawn-out war in Ukraine that has begun to pique the interest of European politicians and the international
Twenty five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it is as though a large part of the twentieth century never
Much has been written about the Russian military concept of _maskirovka_, broadly defined as a set of processes aimed to deceive Russia’s
It has become dangerously difficult to predict Vladimir Putin’s next moves and the boundaries – both geographical and ethical – he will
Cambridge historian Christopher Clark misleadingly titled his account of the origins of World War I “The Sleepwalkers.” There is no chance of