August 21, 2019

Book presentation in Brussels: Post-Crimea Shift in EU-Russia Relations

On 11 July, the book published by EFPI/ICDS in cooperation with the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung on Post-Crimea Shift in EU-Russia Relations: From Fostering Interdependence to Managing Vulnerabilities was presented in Brussels at an event organized by EFPI/ICDS, KAS and the Estonian Permanent Representation to the EU.

The findings were presented and discussed by a panel with the editors of the book: Kristi Raik, Director of EFPI and András Rácz, non-resident fellow of EFPI, and two authors of chapters: James Sherr, Senior Fellow of EFPI, and Rein Tammsaar, Estonian representative to the Political and Security Committee of the European Union. The panel discussed mutual dependencies and vulnerabilities between the EU and Russia, the lack of preconditions for a positive interdependence, and efforts made by the EU in recent years to reduce its vulnerabilities related to hybrid threats.

Download the book here: Post-Crimea Shift in EU-Russia Relations: From Fostering Interdependence to Managing Vulnerabilities (PDF)

 

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