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On July 13, 2016, the Russian International Affairs Council and the European Leadership Network (ELN) held seminar "Strategic Analysis of Russia-EU Cooperation and Prospects for Russia-NATO Relations." The agenda included the presentation of an ELN report on current Russia-EU relations and ways to advance their interaction, as well as the outcomes of the NATO summit in Warsaw and their impact on the Russia-NATO dialogue.

On July 13, 2016, the Russian International Affairs Council and the European Leadership Network (ELN) held seminar "Strategic Analysis of Russia-EU Cooperation and Prospects for Russia-NATO Relations."

The agenda included the presentation of an ELN report on current Russia-EU relations and ways to advance their interaction, as well as the outcomes of the NATO summit in Warsaw and their impact on the Russia-NATO dialogue.

The event was attended by ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and Research Fellow Joseph Dobbs; Head of Strategic Assessments Section of RAS Center for Situational Analysis Sergey Utkin; Head of European Security Section at RAS Institute for European Studies Dmitry Danilov; Head of Integration Processes Chair at MGIMO Nikolai Kaveshnikov; Army General (Ret.) Vyacheslav Trubnikov, Member of IMEMO Board, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, RIAC Vice President; RIAC Member Vitaly Zhurkin, Honorary Director of RAS Institute for European Studies; Russian Ambassador to the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg Mark Entin (2012-2016), and other experts on relations in the Russia-EU-NATO triangle.     

The debate was moderated by RIAC Program Director Ivan Timofeev and Program Manager Natalia Evtikhevich. 

Session 1. Pathway to Russia-EU cooperation

 

Session 2. Avoiding risks of Russia-NATO military encounter

 

Seminar "Strategic Analysis of Russia-EU Cooperation and Prospects for Russia-NATO Relations"

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