Search: Georgia,Eastern Partnership (4 materials)

A Leader Against a Feeble Background: Georgia as a “New Success Story” in the EU’s Eastern Politics

... while at the same time making a number of practical changes in public administration and the economy in keeping with Georgia’s commitment to “political association and economic integration” with the European Union. In this context, one wonders if Georgia is in a position to become the new “success story” of the Eastern Partnership against the background of the unfulfilled hopes for the Europeanization of Moldova. Positive Achievements Brussels lauds Georgia’s meticulous and timely compliance with most clauses of the Association Agreement as well as the visa ...


“Money in the Morning — Chairs In The Evening” or “Eastern Partnership” before the Riga Summit

... preparing for joining the EU. The important task that was set was to draw as many as possible of the countries facing an integration vector choice into an endless race for criteria of compliance with various European standards. For Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, the main priority in the Eastern Partnership has been and will continue to be the economy, a desire to resolve their own systemic economic problems with the help of the EU. It cannot be said that the political elite of Ukraine or Moldova failed to understand the essence of the ...


European Neighborhood Policy and the Eastern Partnership Programme

... as this is the case, tensions will escalate. At one point of time, it looked as if we were getting out of this zero-sum game, though now it seems that we are going back into it. Unfortunately I do not have a solution! The Future of Eastern Partnership Ukraine and Georgia are regularly compared and contrasted. What links these two countries and what does Ukraine mean for Georgia? Of course Ukraine and Georgia have a lot of in common and they have been very close for different historical reasons. They share a common ...


The Future of Eastern Partnership

... to power in Ukraine to start seeking a broad all-Ukrainian consensus on the future political structure of their country Olga Potyomkina : The European Union reaffirmed its goal of strengthening economic integration and political association with the Eastern Partnership’s ‘promising’ members, Moldova and Georgia Kyrill Entin : If the Ukrainian government has ultra-right members, it would give the EU a convenient pretext for reneging on its promises to abolish visas and provide financial aid András Rácz : We are going to see a similar intensification ...


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