The EU must become an autonomous foreign policy actor and use its enlargement policy to address the challenges posed by Russia’s aggression. A Policy Paper by Laure Delcour and Kataryna Wolczuk.
Policy Paper Vladimir Milov 10. January 2023
Input PaperDumitru Minzarari 05. December 2022
Moldova: Security Dimension in the Eastern Partnership after Russia’s War of Aggression on Ukraine
Ukraine: Security Dimension in the Eastern Partnership after Russia’s War of Aggression on Ukraine
Georgia: Security Dimension in the Eastern Partnership after Russia’s War of Aggression on Ukraine
Policy Paper Marie Mendras 01. December 2022
Policy Paper Ulrich Speck 24. October 2022
Comment Ralf Fücks 19. October 2022
It is time to think about a Russia after Putin. If defeated in Ukraine, conditions in the country will also change. Whether for the better or the worse is an open question. Without a departure from the imperial delusion, Russia will remain in the eternal vicious circle of war politics and authoritarian rule.
European values at the core of unprecedented Moldovan humanitarian efforts amidst the tragic war in Ukraine
Comment Veronika Movchan 18. October 2021
EU-Ukraine Summit 2021: What does it say about the state of EU-Ukraine relations after 7 years of the association?
Analysis Volodymyr Dubovyk 09. September 2021
Analysis Artyom Shraibman 09. August 2021
Input Paper 09. July 2021
Input Paper “Overview of the current situation and challenges of the fight against corruption in the Republic of Moldova”
Analysis Richard Giragosian 09. March 2021
Analysis Aksana Lutskaya 06. February 2021
Analysis Artyom Shraibman 15. December 2020
Analysis Ralf Fücks, Marieluise Beck 08. September 2020
Analysis Artyom Shraibman 30. June 2020