The envisaged cooperation between the Carnegie Moscow Center and the EU-Russia Expert Network on Foreign Policy (EUREN) aims to make a key contribution to Russian and international debates about the challenges the EU and Russia face in their relationship. The main goal of the new project, Russia-EU: Promoting Informed Dialogue, is to establish a platform in Russia for high-quality expert analysis of relations between Russia and the EU.
The EU-Russia Experts Network on Foreign Policy
(EUREN) was initiated by the EU Delegation to Russia and the Russian International Affairs Council in 2016 to facilitate interaction between EU and Russian foreign policy experts and think tanks.
Since 2017, EUREN has been part of the EU-funded Public Diplomacy. EU and Russia project. This project offers a platform for dialogue between selected Russian and EU audiences on a broad range of bilateral and global issues.
DMITRI KARTSEVJANUARY 27, 2021РУССКИЙ
Laschet’s personal preferences, if they even exist, will have to contend with a number of other factors shaping German foreign policy. German politicians, including those from the CDU, generally agree that establishing closer ties with Russia is unlikely in the foreseeable future.
ALEXANDER BAUNOVJANUARY 27, 2021РУССКИЙ
The pandemic world has splintered into something akin to self-sufficient national bubbles, and the crisis has shown once again that the European bubble does not include Russia.
YAUHENI PREIHERMANJANUARY 26, 2021РУССКИЙ
Keen to avoid an armed conflict on its own territory, Minsk still has a strong interest in preventing any further escalation of the tense standoff between Russia and NATO in the Baltic region.
ARKADY MOSHESNOVEMBER 30, 2020РУССКИЙ
The Belarusian revolution is far from over, and there are at least three scenarios in which the EU and Russia won’t be able to keep their differences over Belarus from escalating from the current moderate competition into an open geopolitical crisis like that seen in Ukraine.
STANISLAV SECRIERUNOVEMBER 19, 2020РУССКИЙ
President Sandu’s key imperative will be to foster a functional majority in parliament that produces a reformist government. But the current parliamentary configuration is not conducive to a major reforms push.
OCTOBER 01, 2020
Nearly two months after Belarus’s contested presidential election, Alexander Lukashenko continues to cling to power. This episode of the Carnegie Moscow Center English-language podcast examines how the situation there may unfold.
SABINE FISCHERSEPTEMBER 23, 2020РУССКИЙ
Moscow has repeatedly rejected any responsibility for its most contentious actions. As a result, Berlin’s trust and willingness to invest in the relationship with Russia has been wearing down for years.
DMITRI TRENINSEPTEMBER 16, 2020РУССКИЙ
Berlin is ending the era launched by Gorbachev of a trusting and friendly relationship with Moscow. Russia, for its part, no longer expects anything from Germany, and therefore does not feel obliged to take into account its opinion or interests.
MAXIM SAMORUKOVAUGUST 10, 2020РУССКИЙ
Both Russia and the West may be sick and tired of the mercurial Belarusian autocrat, but they still see him as the lesser evil.
NATALIA PARAMONOVAJULY 13, 2020РУССКИЙ
Russia’s inaction on climate change could lead to new problems in its relationship with the EU. Its Green Deal, for example, envisages the introduction of an EU carbon border tax, which alarms Russian exporters.
The project is being carried out in partnership with the EU Delegation to Russia.
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