Search: Greater Eurasia,Germany (3 materials)

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

October 10, 2017 in the "Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya" hotel an international scientific and practical round table "Greater Eurasia: Challenges and Prospects" was held. The event was organized by the Eurasian Sector, CCEIS, Higher School ... ... 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 ...

22.10.2017

Germany’s Southern Сorridor to Greater Eurasia: Away from Warsaw towards Damascus

... post-conflict settlement in Syria. Germany today has a historic chance to circumvent Turkey as a difficult regional partner and secure a foothold in the Middle East through economic and political involvement in the stabilisation and reconstruction of Syria. Germany’s Southern corridor to Greater Eurasia A German pivot to the Middle East would have repercussions far beyond the European Union. It may open a Southern corridor to building Greater Eurasia. In the Middle East, and in particular in Syria, Germany has common security interests ...

19.10.2017

EU - EAEU: the perspective from Berlin

... €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 ... ... Development of Transport and Infrastructure in Eurasia; Labor Market and Migration across the Eurasian Continent; EU-EAEU in Greater Eurasia: Long-Term Agenda for Economic Cooperation. More than 200 recognized scientists, experts, stakeholders and policy-makers ...

04.09.2017

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  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
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