Search: Russia,Eastern Partnership (23 materials)

 

Andrey Kortunov Takes Part in Tallinn Conference on the Eastern Partnership

On March 2, 2018, in Tallinn, Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership held the 5th annual Tallinn Conference on the Eastern Partnership. On March 2, 2018, in Tallinn, Estonian Center of Eastern Partnership held the 5th annual Tallinn Conference on the Eastern Partnership. Diplomats, independent experts,...

02.03.2018

Breaking the U.S.-Russia Impasse: Keeping the Door Open to Dialogue

... and in part due to lack of progress on the ongoing conflict in Ukraine — will it eventually prove possible for the U.S., Europeans and Russia to wind down trade and other sanctions that generally hurt all sides, even if unevenly? Given the negative Russian reaction to the EU Eastern Partnership, and the expansion of EU influence into post-Soviet states, including Ukraine and Belarus, what if EU took steps to bring Russia into a new form of EU partnership? Could the EU and Russia forge new trade and monetary arrangements, ...

28.06.2017

Russia and Belarus: Forging Future Together

... establishment of mechanisms to deter and prevent risks, a sort of “de-conflicting” diplomacy. It is important for Russia to have Belarus, its military and economic ally, pursue a predictable foreign policy. If Brussels’ recently declared ... ... European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), namely, stabilization and differentiation (i.e. the use of tailor-made approaches with the Eastern Partnership member states), are implemented, there will be a real possibility to reduce tensions in Eastern Europe. At ...

22.12.2015

Armenian Experts’ Debate: “Membership in the EEU in Exchange for Security”

... Фото: REUTERS / David W Cerny Nikolay Mezhevich: “Money in the Morning — Chairs In The Evening” or “Eastern Partnership” before the Riga Summit Arshaluis Mgdesian : Armenia’s accession to the EEU has already produced ... ... crises in other EEU member states will affect the economy of your country? Kazakhstan’s priority in the bloc is economics, Russia focuses on geopolitics, Belarus sees it as a new chance to obtain economic dividends from Russia, and Armenia treats the ...

22.09.2015

Belarus to Learn Maidan Lessons

... even slightly from the equilibrium state, the forces of the system cause it to move even farther away. Lyubov Shishelina: Russia and the Visegrad Group: The Ukrainian Challenge In the case of Belarus and its attempts to adhere to this “unstable ... ... not supported by a political “civilizational choice”. Brussels fully demonstrated this approach on the eve of the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, when the “Fule list” (a list of reforms needed to move towards European integration),...

06.08.2015

Russia and the Visegrad Group: The Ukrainian Challenge

RIAC Report #22, 2015 The Eastern Partnership policy that triggered the Ukrainian crisis has provided ample opportunity to reflect on Russia–EU relations, alongside with evaluating cooperation between Russia and the Visegrad Group countries (also called the Visegrad Four or V4). The Visegrad Four have taken on responsibility for the eastward enlargement of the European Union having ...

30.06.2015

The EU Eastern Partnership program: lessons for Russia

... invitation of representatives of the Russian Ministry of Economics to the summit in Riga (which is planned to be held in May 2015) could become one of such steps offered, I.D. Soltanovsky at the RIAC conference devoted to prospects of the relations of Russia and the EU. Nevertheless, "Eastern Partnership" with its "positive" and "negative" consequences has become an important lesson for Russia. Moscow activated its policy towards the Central and Eastern Europe, and also South Caucasus in order not to lose to ...

15.06.2015

Ukraine crisis: Need for a new order in Europe and Eurasia

... necessary at all. The problem of security in Europe and Eurasia after the collapse of the USSR was never adequately thought through and negotiated. If it had been, Russia might have ended up as a strategic partner rather than a geopolitical adversary. The Eastern Partnership is essentially a project of anti-Russian Swedes and Poles, with much of the EU, going along with the project with different levels of reluctance or enthusiasm. Its sponsors must have given assurances that the project would not involve significant costs, and would not entail a promise ...

30.01.2015

Is Ukrainian Crisis the Last for Russia?

... fall apart.” It’s worth remembering that gas supplies to Ukraine were cut off on June 16. However, Ukraine has somehow managed to cope with this for the past three months. What do you think of the prospects for the Eastern Partnership? The Eastern Partnership initiative entails a geopolitical repartition of the whole region. In fact, this program changes boundaries, since it raises the issue of Russia’s genuine borders with the countries of Eastern Europe. The realization of this initiative will aggravate the status of unrecognized states and complicate Russia's relations with other countries, especially with Ukraine. Furthermore, it will ...

26.09.2014

Geopolitics, Revisionism and the Black Sea

... and the wider post- Soviet spectrum, advanced the Eastern Partnership. Both initiatives have attempted to solidify strategic and geopolitical interests whether one gazes at Romania’s regional ambitions of counterbalancing a historical Turkish-Russian hegemony around the Black Sea or Poland’s resurging presence as a regional mediator, which strongly reminds of previous instantiations, particularly the Promethean movement. The Eastern Partnership initiated by Poland with Swedish support aimed to restructure relations with the post-Soviet space, preserving incentives for compliance in absence of actual enlargement or accession guarantees. The bilateral agreements, channeling ...

21.08.2014
 

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
     12 (12%)
    Stonger deterrence on behalf of the U.S. through modernization of military infrastructure in the region  
     4 (4%)
    Toughening economic sanctions against North Korea  
     2 (2%)
 
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