Search: EEU,Ukraine (4 materials)

The Marginalia of Russia’s Foreign Policy Today

... within the CIS, contribute to its participation in extended integration processes.” [2] The unresolved issue of South-East Ukraine and the fact that the international community does not recognize Crimea as a legal entity of the Russian Federation escalate ... ... security. For the same reasons, the possibility of including the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in the project to tie the EEU and China’s Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) project together are being discussed. The question of the role of the Collective ...


Eurasian Integration: In Search of the Lost

... state have decided to postpone decisions on relations with the European Union and Ukraine in view of the anti-Russian sanctions and counter-sanctions. Effective January 1, 2016, Russia has unilaterally withdrawn from the free-trade area regime with Ukraine and introduced EEU customs duties following Ukraine’s accession to the EU free trade area, and has also imposed a food embargo after Kiev joined the Western sanctions against Russia. RIAC experts: Improvement of EEU-EU Relations: Grab the Chance, While It Is ...


RIAC Discusses Ukraine and Syria with French Diplomats

... Affairs magazine Fyodor Lukyanov, Chairman of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, visited the Embassy of France to meet with Head of Continental Europe Department at French Foreign Ministry Florence Mangin for the discussion of Ukraine settlement, implementation progress of Minsk accords, Syria and initial results of the Vienna process on Syria, Moldova, and opportunities for interaction between the EU and the Eurasian Economic Union. Moderated by French Ambassador to Moscow ...


Consequences of the Ukrainian Crisis for Central Asia: Shock and Awe

.... The first shocking reaction to the events unfolding in Kiev was caused by the fear of a repetition of the Ukrainian scenario in the region, which faces much more acute ethnic and elite conflicts. The official assessments of the destabilization in Ukraine were based on the historical memory of the turbulent 1990s and the political cataclysms in the mid-2000s. Analyzing the confrontation on the Maidan, President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon has repeatedly referred to the national experience of “ ...


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