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British PM Makes It Clear: Eastern Partnership Is Created to Damage Russia
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British PM Makes It Clear: Eastern Partnership Is Created to Damage Russia
November 27, 2017

The Eastern Partnership is an instrument to make post-Soviet states distance themselves from Moscow and receive nothing in return. Theresa May made the veils fall, with the truth coming out.

EU Expansion Ideology: Gunnar Wiegand, Alain Le Roy and Federica Mogherini
January 19, 2015

…Today the time is propitious to remember the hackneyed question asked for the first time by Henry Kissinger “Who do I call if I want to call Europe?» Indeed, who should one call to make clear the Brussels’s goals as the EU whips up its anti-Russia rhetoric? Is it Federica Mogherini who still does not know well enough her way around as she took over the present EU position recently and who makes melodramatic statements?.. Or should one call the newly appointed Alain Le Roy who acts as a special advisor to Federica Mogherini till he takes office as the new Secretary General of the EEAS on March 1? Or is it Gunnar Wiegand who keeps on repeating that Russia illegally annexed Crimea and Sebastopol and destabilized the situation in the eastern Ukraine? No fruitful dialogue between Russia and the EU is possible until Europe sees the things the same way as the above mentioned officials do…

EU Expansion Ideology: Gunnar Wiegand, Alain Le Roy and Federica Mogherini
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Will the Eastern Partnership Share the Fate of GUAM?
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Will the Eastern Partnership Share the Fate of GUAM?
December 1, 2013

Kiev's decision to slow down the process of Ukraine's eurointegration after it seemed like the country was rushing headlong to sign an association agreement with the EU has given cause to think about whether the Eastern Partnership might not repeat the fate of the defunct military and political organization GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova) which they tried to create back in 1997…

European battle march to Caucasus
September 24, 2011

The European Union (EU) continues attempts to expand its influence on post Soviet territories, including South Caucasus. On September 29-30, Warsaw will host “Eastern partnership” summit, which agenda includes alongside with Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova also Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. On October 6-7, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected to visit Yerevan, Baku and Tbilisi and passions are running high around his coming trip…

European battle march to Caucasus
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