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Why Moldova’s European integration is failing
As anti-government demonstrations continued in Chisinau, EU foreign ministers reaffirmed their support for Moldova’s political association and economic integration with the EU in the CouncilExpand
Putin’s grand design to destroy the EU’s Eastern Partnership and replace it with a disastrous neighbourhood policy of his own. CEPS Commentary, 17 September 2013
This new Commentary by Michael Emerson and Hrant Kostanyan shows how the pressure exerted by President Putin on Armenia to withdraw from the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement it hadExpand
The New EU Foreign Policy Architecture: Reviewing the first two years of the EEAS. CEPS Paperbacks. February 2013
This CEPS book examines two interrelated questions: 1) How has the European External Action Service (EEAS) functioned in the EU institutional architecture in the first two years of its existence? 2)Expand
The Eastern Partnership after Riga: Review and Reconfirm. CEPS Commentary, 29 May 2015
The Riga Summit of 21-22 May reaffirmed the EU’s commitment to the Eastern Partnership, underlined further differentiation between the neighbours and reiterated the importance of people-to-peopleExpand
Towards a Fragmented Neighbourhood: Policies of the EU and Russia and their Consequences for the Area that Lies in between
In the current volatile climate, the EU needs a strategy towards Russia that goes beyond sanctions. In reviewing the European Neighbourhood Policy and the Eastern Partnership, the EU’s incomingExpand
Why Moldova’s European integration is failing. CEPS Commentary, 3 March 2016
As anti-government demonstrations continued in Chisinau, EU foreign ministers reaffirmed their support for Moldova’s political association and economic integration with the EU in the CouncilExpand
Free and Fair? A Challenge for the EU as Georgia and Ukraine gear up for elections. CEPS Commentary, 27 September 2012
In an important test for democracy, Georgia and Ukraine will go to the polls for parliamentary elections on the 1st and 28th of October, respectively. The political leaders of these two EasternExpand
Towards a Eurasian Economic Union: The Challenge of Integration and Unity
In the lead-up to the creation of a Eurasian Economic Union in 2015, the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan represent two elements of the mostExpand
Turf wars and control issues in EU eastern policies: opening the 'black box’ of the EU Institutions and the Member States
The chapter evaluates the latest changes to the EU’s institutional structure relevant to Europe’s eastern neighbourhood, situating them in the EU’s wider post-Lisbon institutional architecture. TheExpand
Assessing European Neighbourhood Policy
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