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Presentation of the Crisis Group Report and Expert Discussion on Crisis Management in Donbass

On September 6, 2019, RIAC hosted an expert seminar and the presentation of the International Crisis Group report “Rebels without a Cause: Russia’s Proxies in Eastern Ukraine”. On September 6, 2019, RIAC hosted an expert seminar and the presentation of the International Crisis Group report “ Rebels without a Cause: Russia’s Proxies in Eastern Ukraine ”. The event was attended by the authors of the report,...

09.09.2019

Russia and Ukraine: The Potential of Science and Expert Knowledge to Resolve Differences

One of the main reasons behind the unawareness of the processes that are unfolding in the neighboring country is the lack of effective communication Since 2014, Russia–Ukraine relations has persistently been one of the most painful issues on Russia’s international agenda, and one that has not lent itself to more or less impartial expert assessments. It is safe to say that it is this lack of research and real knowledge ...

09.09.2019

The Hague University for Peace Holds an Expert Meeting on Russia-Ukraine Relations

On August 28–29, 2019, in The Hague University (Netherlands), an expert meeting was held focusing on relations between Russia and Ukraine. The meeting was organized by the University for Peace. On August 28–29, 2019, in The Hague University (Netherlands), an expert meeting was held focusing on relations between Russia and Ukraine. The meeting was organized by the University ...

02.09.2019

There Could Be No Reconciliation Between Russia and France Without a Visible Progress on Ukraine

... Chirac or François Fillon. After all, Macron is twenty-five years younger than Putin; the former belongs to “Generation X”, while the latter is a baby-boomer. I can imagine that for Macron it is easier to communicate with Volodymyr Zelensky from Ukraine, who belongs to the same age group as Macron. However, the age difference does not necessarily exclude positive chemistry between the two leaders. They have already met a couple of times and it seems that they get along with each other pretty ...

20.08.2019

Color revolutions and regime change in Georgia and Ukraine

In 2003 and 2004, a series of peaceful street protests broke out in Georgia and Ukraine, leading to new presidential elections in both countries. These movements were defined by Western observers as color revolutions and interpreted as democratic breakthroughs, capable of bringing about a political transformation in post-Soviet countries....

05.08.2019

Russia’s Changing Identity: In Search of a Role in the 21st Century

... Kievan Rus became fragmented, with no single political center. In the early thirteenth century, it was overrun and devastated by the Mongols. The invasion led to a split within Russia. While its western and southwestern principalities (now Belarus and Ukraine, respectively) lost their independence and were absorbed by the neighboring countries of Lithuania, Poland, and Hungary, the northeastern principalities became tributaries of the Mongol Empire. For a long period of time, there was no Russia in ...

31.07.2019

RIAC and ECFR Hold a Seminar on Relations between Russia and the Baltic States

On June 10–12, 2019, in St. Petersburg, European Council on Foreign Relations together with Russian International Affairs Council held an expert meeting on “Security Issues in Relations between Russia and the Baltic States and Russia-Ukraine Relations” On June 10–12, 2019, in St. Petersburg, European Council on Foreign Relations together with Russian International Affairs Council held an expert meeting on “Security Issues in Relations between Russia and the Baltic States and ...

16.06.2019

Bandmaster or Conductor: What is Wrong with the EU ”Selective Engagement” Policy?

The “Russian issue” will not budge unless the slogans of the European Union are converted into detailed “road maps” and concrete proposals In March 2016, after the initial shock of the crisis that had hit relations between Moscow and Brussels had passed, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini made a policy statement in which she set out the new strategic principles of the European Union’s policy towards Russia, which had been unanimously...

28.05.2019

Meeting with Dutch Diplomats

On May 6, 2019, RIAC hosted a meeting with Robert Serry, Chairman of UPEACE Center The Hague, the first Ambassador of the Netherlands to Ukraine, and Renée Jones-Bos, the Netherlands Ambassador to Russia. On May 6, 2019, RIAC hosted a meeting with Robert Serry, Chairman of UPEACE Center The Hague, the first Ambassador of the Netherlands to Ukraine, and Renée Jones-Bos, the Netherlands ...

08.05.2019
 

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