Marius Laurinavičius explores the theory and practice of Russian foreign policy as well as the Kremlin’s capabilities to undermine the EU and NATO, and bring the world back to the times of international power balance.
Note: This piece consists of two articles by Marius Laurinavičius, Senior analyst of the Vilnius-based Eastern Europe Studies Centre and Senior fellow-in-residence at the Center for European Policy Analysis, originally published at DELFI.lt on September, 29, 2015 (Putin’s Russia: Kremlin’s goal No. 1), and on October 20, 2015 (Putin’s Russia. What is Kremlin actually capable of?), reprinted here with permission of the author.