EaP: Publications

Policy Brief

A problem shared: Russia and the transformation of Europe’s eastern neighbourhood

Dumitru Minzarari and Vadim Pistrinciuc - 23 April, 2020

Failure to strengthen Eastern Partnership states could strengthen Russia and allow authoritarianism to diffuse westward into the EU

Policy Brief

Guarding the guardians: Ukraine’s security and judicial reforms under Zelensky

Gustav Gressel - 29 August, 2019

The EU, US, and NATO must ensure that these services remain high in the minds of the Zelensky administration and of Rada members

Policy Brief

Defender of the faith? How Ukraine’s Orthodox split threatens Russia

Kadri Liik, Momchil Metodiev, and Nicu Popescu - 30 May, 2019

Policy Brief

Partners for Life: Europe’s Unanswered ‘Eastern Question’

Andrew Wilson - 27 October, 2017

Dramatic change may not be on the cards, but the EU can and should shift to a ‘status quo plus’ approach that builds on existing activity.

The great unravelling: four doomsday scenarios for Europe’s Russia policy

Gustav Gressel, Fredrik Wesslau - 19 June, 2017

There is no room for complacency in Europe’s stance towards Russia and Ukraine.

Policy Brief

Keeping up appearances: How Europe is supporting Ukraine’s transformation

Gustav Gressel - 5 October, 2016

Reforms in key state institutions, such as the judiciary, have failed to deliver results.

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Russia in the grey zones

Sophia Pugsley, Fredrik Wesslau - 30 August, 2016

What role does Russia play in the breakaway regions of Eastern Europe?

Absorb and conquer: An EU approach to Russian and Chinese integration in Eurasia

Various authors - 9 June, 2016

Europe shouldn’t be afraid of Russian and Chinese efforts to integrate the Eurasian landmass, but should absorb them into its international order

Survival of the richest: How oligarchs block reform in Ukraine

Andrew Wilson - 14 April, 2016

The penetration of Ukrainian politics by the super-rich oligarchy still forms a major obstacle to reform