With the Eastern Partnership taking place in Brussels on 24 November 2017, this event was the opportunity to discuss past, current, and future challenges of the Partnership.
A conference to understand how the EU and civil society should work together to build sustainable democracies in EaP countries.
On 8 November, 2017, the Atlantic Council organised a conference in the European Parliament to discuss the future of EU-Ukraine relations. During this high-level conference, participants discussed how to develop EU’s support towards Ukraine to revitalize its reform process, and ultimately improve the stabilization of the country.
In his recent book, Dr Yury Fedorov dresses two scenario for Russia’s near future. Unfortunately, they are both negative, and could have dangerous repercussion for Europe as a whole.
Corruption remains a major issue in many parts of the world. But as the problem reaches more people, more people will also try to solve it. This is exactly why sharing experience and best practices is important, as it allows to understand the challenges and needs of anti-corruption measures. This was the aim of this event.
Do you know Dmitriy “Wagner” Utkin, Commander of a Russian private military unit named after him? He is responsible for many attacks against the Ukrainian army. He is also the proof of the Kremlin’s involvement in the conflicts of Crimea and the Donbas.
On 12 October, 2017, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (Brussels Office) organised a conference on Europe’s energy security and transatlantic relations.
On 11 October 2017, the Centre for European Policy Studies organised a conference to present the idea of two former Lithuanian Ministers (Mr Andrius Kubilius and Mr Gediminas Kirkilas) to launch a European “Marshall” plan for Ukraine.
On 11 October 2017, The European Council for Foreign Relations (ECFR) organised a conference on the future of EU-Ukraine relations, with the support of Rasmussen Global.
On 5 October 2017, the resolution on the cases of Crimean Tatar leaders Akhtem Chiygoz, Ilmi Umerov and the journalist Mykola Semena was on agenda of the European Parliament.