Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova should establish communications and coordination on European integration issues at the governmental level in order to send a signal to the EU, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
Without reforms and the ability to convince the EU that they can have a sustainable approach to reform implementation, it will be difficult for Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine to even begin to engage the EU in dialogue on membership, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
Governments of the Eastern Partnership countries need to acknowledge that they must overhaul their governance systems, which pose an existential threat, according to this Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development paper.
The Institute of World Policy and nine other partners have kicked off a project to enhance the capabilities of the European Union for implementing conflict prevention and peacebuilding strategies.
Ukraine’s Strategy for Building Relations with the Population of Crimea and Donbass: Lessons Learnt from Georgia for Ukraine
This paper is a collective endeavor of Georgian and Ukrainian authors to look at the annexation of Crimea and ongoing conflict in Donbass and the Ukrainian strategy to cope as seen through the lenses of the Georgian experience.
Three experts from PASOS-affiliated organizations will be participating on panels at the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Conference in Riga May 20-21.
Sharing Experience of Visegrad Countries’ EU Economic Integration and Georgia’s Successful Institutional Reforms for Albania and Kosovo
Two PASOS-affiliated analysts contributed to this report on Albania’s and Kosovo’s EU integration efforts, and how they relate to the lessons learned in the Visegrad countries during their EU integration processes.