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Lukasz Kulesa

Research Director at the European Leadership Network

Joseph Dobbs

Research Fellow, European Leadership Network

Ivan Timofeev

PhD in Political Science, RIAC Director of Programs, RIAC Member, Head of "Contemporary State" program at Valdai Discussion Club, RIAC member

A new Special Report edited by Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and European Leadership Network (ELN) assesses the damage to EU-Russia relations after three years of crisis.

Featuring Russian and European experts, the report presents their analysis on fundamental aspects of deteriorating EU-Russia relations, including economic impact, political relations and people-to-people contact. For each of these areas the Russian experts present and assess developments inside their own country, while Western authors describe the situation at the EU level and in selected European Union countries.

The report was edited by RIAC Director of Programs Ivan Timofeev, ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and ELN Research Fellow Joseph Dobbs.

The piece includes articles by Russian experts: Natalia Evtikhevich, Pavel Kanevsky, Sergey Afontsev.

A new Special Report edited by Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and European Leadership Network (ELN) assesses the damage to EU-Russia relations after three years of crisis.

Featuring Russian and European experts, the report presents their analysis on fundamental aspects of deteriorating EU-Russia relations, including economic impact, political relations and people-to-people contact. For each of these areas the Russian experts present and assess developments inside their own country, while Western authors describe the situation at the EU level and in selected European Union countries.

The report was edited by RIAC Director of Programs Ivan Timofeev, ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and ELN Research Fellow Joseph Dobbs.

The piece includes articles by Russian experts: Natalia Evtikhevich, Pavel Kanevsky, Sergey Afontsev.

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