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THE ONLY WAY TO BENEFIT FROM THE ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT IS TO ENSURE ITS SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION

Interview with Amb. Kostiantyn Yelisieiev Deputy Head of the Administration of the President of Ukraine Has the Eastern Partnership succeeded? Can it be further improved? Ukraine considers the Eastern Partnership as a complementary track to our bilateral dialogue with the EU. It is clear that our main milestones – visa-free regime, Association Agreement, macro-financial assistance…

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EAP–EU ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: WHAT IS NEXT?

Economic cooperation was set as one of the Eastern Partnership key priorities. The basic alternative for further development of economic cooperation within the EaP and between the EaP and the EU is a two-step integration: Establishment of the Neighbourhood Economic Community of the Association Agreement signatory states; creation of the Common Economic Space of NEC…

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WHY BELARUS HAS A DISTINCTIVE POSITION IN THE ENP

Belarus’s participation in the ENP is limited compared to other Eastern neighbours of the EU. The main reason for this is Belarus’s multi-vector policy toward the EU and Russia. The EU factor affects Belarus’s distance from the EU’s democratic norms and values, which leads to Belarus’s isolation from the ENP. The Russian factor shapes Belarus-Russia…

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LASTING SECURITY IS NOT FOR “GENTLEMEN’S AGREEMENTS”

Interview with Amb. Ihor Prokopchuk, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the International Organizations in Vienna How strong or how weak are international institutions today? International agreements and obligations – are they just a gentlemen’s agreement? It has often been maintained that international institutions are as strong as their member states wish them to be or…

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THE HELSINKI WORLD ORDER: WHAT’S LEFT?

The crisis of international security arrangements is gradually getting deeper. It generates risks on every scale: bilateral, regional, and global. Revisionism and geopolitical offensive are on the rise. Protracted conflicts all over the world are getting more dangerous. Under such downbeat conditions, discussions are underway about the contours of a possible new world order. Some…

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