Denis Cenusa is Associated Expert at Think Tank ‘Expert-Grup’. He holds a Master’s degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe (Natolin), Warsaw, Poland (2013), and a Master’s degree in political science, State University of Moldova (2007). Also, he has finished studies in the Advanced Program on EU Law and Economics at the Riga Graduate School of Law in 2014. His research interests include political economy, EU affairs and European integration, migration, energy security, open governance and the ENP and Eurasian integration initiatives.
Associated Expert at Think Tank ‘Expert-Grup’
Content by Denis Cenusa
“Sick” Eastern Partnership needs a comprehensive treatment
Denis Cenusa highlights that the EaP in Moldova is facing a crisis of legitimacy, highlighted by a decline in public support and a rise in support for rival projects. In response the EaP must more visibly showcase its benfits to the Moldovan people as well as adapting to modern realities.