France’s Pierre Vimont, former Executive Secretary-General of the European External Action Service, argues that without dialogue the Ukraine crisis risks becoming a permanent slow burning conflict. Ukraine’s position looks dire, and for that reason dialogue with Russia should be considered.
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Luis Simón sets out what Russia’s challenge to Eastern European security means for the EU’s Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP) and for EU-NATO relations.
Ioanna-Nikoletta Zyga sets out three areas where EU-NATO cooperation can be actively improved in light of the Ukraine crisis
Lukasz Kulesa takes part in UN House Scotland seminar on achieving peace in Ukraine
The European Leadership Network, in conjunction with NATO and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, hosted a high-level private meeting to discuss NATO-Russia relations.
Nearly 70 years on from the Marshall Plan, the ELN’s Joseph Dobbs and Ian Kearns argue that a failed-state on Europe’s periphery would strike at the heart of the EU’s raison d’etre, and that the continent must act to save Ukraine’s economy and ensure its stability.