Will the Donbas conflict be frozen or will the results of the elections in Ukraine increase the level of confrontation with Russia? Should we expect a peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh after the "velvet revolution" in Armenia? How will elections in Georgia and Moldova affect relations with their breakaway territories? These are some of the questions that have recently contributed to putting frozen conflicts in the post-Soviet space back in the international spotlight.
Today, Russia and the West face the most severe crisis in their relations since the end of the Cold War.