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Tedo Japaridze argues that despite the modest outcome of the Eastern Partnership summit in Riga, there is still a need for Georgia to continue with its reforms. Only by continuing with westernisation can Georgia ever hope to be accepted as a European state.
Stepan Grigoryan argues that despite Armenian accession to the Eurasian Economic Union there are still areas for cooperation with the EaP, primarily in terms of the visa facilitation process.
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.
Kakha Gogolashvili outlines three innovations through which the European Neighbourhood Policy and the Eastern Partnership can be adapted to better fit the modern political realities of the region.
Igor Lyubashenko argues that the EU’s Eastern Partnership programme has failed to display a sense of purpose, resulting in a significant loss of trust in the EaP by those living in its target region. Only concerted reform will save the programme.