Riga Summit: Implications for the Eastern Partnership

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The Riga Eastern Partnership summit was held against the backdrop of traditionally high expectations, and consequently – certain disappointments. This piece analyses the relevancy of the eastern neighbors’ expectations; the validity of skeptical estimations of the summit results; and the implications of summit outcomes for the future of the Eastern Partnership that faces a number of challenges. (PDF) Olena Khylko

Ризький саміт: наслідки для Східного партнерства

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Ризький саміт Східного партнерства відбувся на тлі традиційно високих очікувань і, як наслідок, певних розчарувань. Чи були виправданими надії східних сусідів ЄС, і чи такими вже слабкими є насправді результати саміту; якими будуть їх наслідки для майбутнього Східного партнерства, що постало перед низкою викликів – аналізу цих питань присвячений даний матеріал. (PDF)

The Eastern Partnership Project: Can Democracy and Security Concerns Be Reconciled at a New Stage?

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This Policy brief explores the advantages and failures of the Eastern Partnership and outlines the main challenging tasks for the EU at next stage of EaP project in general and regarding Belarus and Ukraine in particular. (PDF) The document was prepared by our partners from the “Charter’97 Foundation” (Belarus) in the framework of “The Answer to the Eurasian Challenge for Eastern Europe” project, supported by the International Visegrad Fund.

“A fresh look” from Ukraine at German Foreign Policy Priorities

In this particular article, additional attempts have been made to briefly analyze the priorities of modern German foreign policy from the standpoint of Ukraine as a country representing the most recently troubled Eastern Partnership area. (PDF) Oleksandr Tytarchuk, Kyiv

Eastern Partnership Reality Check. The case of Moldova and Georgia

Following the latest dynamic events, this article explores the European perspectives of Moldova and Georgia – countries which, so far, progress the most since the Eastern Partnership platform has been introduced. (PDF) Kristina Bocková, Marek Lenč, Slovakia