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.
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Cornelius Adebahr argues for a long-term and unified European response to Russia’s aggression.
Nadia Arbatova, Head of the European Political Studies Department at IMEMO, argues that a shift in international security would be contingent on the West defining a clear strategy vis-à-vis Russia, based on a careful balance between its values and realistic objectives as well as the lessons drawn from the past.
Jan Techau, director of Carnegie Europe, argues that despite its recent problems, the EU’s Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) will remain a central tool of EU foreign policy.
Ian Kearns explains that the EU will only have a constructive impact on the Ukrainian crisis, if it learns from Kissinger’s Cold War lessons and focuses on how to deal with Russia.