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New EU Strategy for Development of Cooperation in Eurasia Discussed in Berlin

On November 26, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council and Stiftung Wissenschaft and Politik (SWP, Germany) held a joint seminar “Connectivity — Russian and German Perspectives” in Berlin. On November 26, 2018, Russian International Affairs Council and Stiftung Wissenschaft and Politik (SWP, Germany) held a joint seminar “Connectivity — ...

28.11.2018

The Eurasian Economic Union is already becoming an important pole in Greater Eurasia

... was the head of the sector Yuri Kofner.Representatives from countries such as Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Thailand and Germany took part in the event (either physically or by video bridge); as well as from such universities as: HSE, MGIMO, Moscow ... ... topics of the round table.Great attention was paid by the German participants of the discussion to the concept of an  EU - EAEU common economic space.Their arguments can be resumed as follows: 1. European business is extremely interested in the creation ...

22.10.2017

EU - EAEU: the perspective from Berlin

... European Union by ca. €30 billion. Germany could expect its GDP to rise between seven and nine percent, which corresponds to €90-110 per capita. Even a shallow trade agreement would still generate substantial positive effects. In such a scenario, Germany’s exports to the EU and EAEU member states would increase by 60%.The present negative situation however, falls in economic contacts and trade, cause – even if unevenly distributed – damage to all countries.The Vienna based International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis ...

04.09.2017

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