Tag: Vilnius summit
The next five years of the EU’s Eastern Partnership will be presumably characterized by the clash between the European and Eurasian integration models and value systems, according to this analysis from the Association for International Affairs.
Czech Foreign Minister Jan Kohout and Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski will be delivering the keynote addresses at this two-day Association for International Affairs conference November 21-22 in Prague devoted to the upcoming Vilnius Summit.
PASOS Executive Director Jeff Lovitt will be joining a panel of top EU diplomats who will be discussing the upcoming Eastern Partnership summit at an Association for International Affairs conference November 22.
Drawing upon a study conducted by PASOS, the Civil Society Forum has issued a statement to top European Union and Eastern Partnership diplomats that asks them to increase public and civil society participation in the union’s European integration efforts.
The European Union and the Eastern Partnership must communicate openly and improve engagement of the public if democratic development and economic integration are to be sustained in the EaP countries, according to a Civil Society Forum report coordinated and edited by PASOS.
EUROPEUM and the Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association contributed to this policy paper, which examines prospects for the further development of the Eastern Partnership in the context of the EaP summit that will be held in Vilnius in November 2013.