EU-Russia Relations Series

EU-Russia relations have been seriously strained in the past few years, characterised by mutual mistrust […]

Policy Study

17/06/2021

EU-Russia relations have been seriously strained in the past few years, characterised by mutual mistrust and tension and marked by several core unresolved issues, including the crisis in Ukraine, the MH-17 case, disinformation campaigns and cyberattacks and the sentencing and treatment of opposition politician Alexei Navalny.

The publication series “EU-Russia relations” consists of six policy briefs, written by European and Russian experts, which analyse selected topics of interest to the bilateral relationship, taking into account some of the most recent developments, including events around Covid-19.

This series aims at fostering a better understanding of obstacles and opportunities for engagement with Russia, with a special focus on Russian external action. The series further aims at proposing policy recommendations that could lay the ground for a more coherent future EU-Russia engagement.

1. Recommendations to the EU in light of Russian policy towards the Eastern Partnership, by Dr Jakub BenedyczakDownload the PDF
2. Mirror images in EU-Russia relations, by Dr Irina BolgovaDownload the PDF
3. EU-Russia relations in the light of Russia’s engagement in the Middle East and North Africa, by Dr Agnieszka BrycDownload the PDF
4. EU-Russian relations: Normative rivalry or pragmatic partnership?, by Ms. Barbara RoggeveenDownload the PDF
5. Is Russia interested in multilateralism and should the EU engage with it?, by Dr Angela RomanoDownload the PDF
6. The Role of Sanctions in current and future EU-Russia Relations, by Dr Tatiana Romanova | Downoad the PDF

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