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Topic: Economy, Energy
Region: Russia, Europe
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Vladimir Likhachev

Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Deputy Director of the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Energy Industry Institute of the National Research University Higher School of Economics

Kirsten Westphal

Ph.D., Senior Associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP)

Restoration and further development of the energy dialogue between Russia and the EU will require the sides to search for compromises and a balance of interests. This is not a simple task, fresh ideas, flexibility and the rejection of stereotypes are crucial. The report provides recommendations for renewing the dialogue.

The report is published in the frameworks of the joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Robert Bosch Center at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) that aims to address the question of where we stand and to propose ways of rebuilding Russia–EU relations.

Restoration and further development of the energy dialogue between Russia and the EU will require the sides to search for compromises and a balance of interests. This is not a simple task, fresh ideas, flexibility and the rejection of stereotypes are crucial. The report provides recommendations for renewing the dialogue.

The report is published in the frameworks of the joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Robert Bosch Center at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) that aims to address the question of where we stand and to propose ways of rebuilding Russia–EU relations.

Russia–EU Energy Relations. RIAC and DGAP Report, 1,3 Mb

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