Tag: Eastern Partnership

 

Policy Impact of the Eastern Partnership on UkrainePolicy Impact of the Eastern Partnership on Ukraine

March 29, 2013

This RC SFPA policy paper examines the policy impact of the Eastern Partnership (EaP) on EU–Ukraine cooperation and on reforms in Ukraine within the following three sectors: trade, energy and visa-dialogue.

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 Time for visa-free movement for EU's eastern neighbours, argues Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz in European VoiceTime for visa-free movement for EU’s eastern neighbours, argues Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz in European Voice

March 7, 2013

Should the European Union allow Ukrainians, Moldovans and citizens of the EU’s other eastern neighbours to travel without visas, asks Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz, expert at the Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw, in an article published on 7 March 2013 by the European Voice, the influential Brussels weekly publication. He suggests that the EU should revisit its […]

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ENPI’s performance in Eastern Partnership states: lessons from the current perspective for the new budgetENPI’s performance in Eastern Partnership states: lessons from the current perspective for the new budget

January 15, 2013

This new Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) report, written by PASOS board member Piotr Kaźmierkiewicz, assesses the effectiveness of EU support for the Eastern Partnership countries, highlighting shortcomings and suggesting solutions that should be implemented within the new EU financial perspective.

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Linking up Visegrad and EaP civil societyLinking up Visegrad and EaP civil society

December 4, 2012

PASOS is partnering with the Yerevan-based International Center for Human Development, which is leading the project “The Role of Civil Society in EU Integration Processes: Real Engagement through Effective Involvement.” The year-long project is helping civil society actors in three Eastern Partnership countries draw on the EU integration experiences of NGOs in the Visegrad countries.

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EU-Belarus visa regime facilitation: existing barriers and expected benefitsEU-Belarus visa regime facilitation: existing barriers and expected benefits

November 14, 2012

This Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies report investigates preconditions for visa facilitation between Belarus and the EU, explains existing barriers in this sphere, and explores how far has Belarus progressed in its visa relations with the EU, compared to the other EaP countries and Russia.

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How isolated is Belarus?How isolated is Belarus?

July 24, 2012

This paper investigates the dynamics of visa issuance rates to Belarusians and visa parameters in the consulates of Schengen countries in 2007–2011.

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Evaluating European integration reforms in MoldovaEvaluating European integration reforms in Moldova

April 19, 2012

The Association for Participatory Democracy ADEPT and the independent think tank EXPERT-GRUP have teamed up to present the results of monitoring efforts they carried out in Moldova regarding reforms assumed within the framework of the EU’s Eastern Partnership.

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