Michael Cecire

Michael Hikari Cecire is an Black Sea and Eurasia regional analyst and an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, where he contributes to the Project on Democratic Transitions.


Crimea is a reminder that strength, not attraction, remains the coin of the realm in international politics.

He won't win, but Virginia's Libertarian candidate for governor could signal a third-party ascendancy.

It's in American interests to support the Caucasian republic.

The new ruling coalition is working to address many of the issues that made NATO wary.

The arrests of several Saakashvili-era officials don't mean Tbilisi is turning into Moscow.

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April 24, 2014