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The Eastern stalemate: A multi-track approach

How can the EU divided inside and with new uncertainty about its future deal with the Eastern challenge in a longer term? An alternative that preserves the shaky consensus within EU and offers a reasonable road out of the current deadlock should be a new comprehensive and multi-track policy in the East.

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The EU, Russia and Ukraine: Managing the stalemate and going beyond it
Thursday, 26 May 2016 10:30 12:30

Vladislav Zubok
, Professor of International History, LSE, London; Chair of the Dahrendorf Working Group ‘Europe, Russia & Ukraine’

David Cadier
, Visiting Senior Fellow, Finnish Institute of International Affairs and Associate, Helsinki; LSE IDEAS, London

Elena Korosteleva, Professor of International Politics, Jean Monnet Chair in European Politics, University of Kent

Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council; President of the New Eurasia Foundation, Moscow

Gwendolyn Sasse, Professor in Comparative Politics, Nuffield College, University of Oxford University of Oxford

The opinions expressed in this blog contribution are entirely those of the author and do not represent the positions of the Dahrendorf Forum or its hosts Hertie School and London School of Economics or its funder Stiftung Mercator.