Besides contributing to the Joint Consultation Paper entitled Towards A New European Neighbourhood Policy consultation process, the The Eastern Partnership Revisited aims at being a voice in the discussion about the future relations between the EU and the countries in its eastern neighbourhood. Today, six years after the introduction of the EaP, a re-evaluation of this EU policy is required. As a result, the Stefan Batory Foundation and the Warsaw office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung have initiated a debate with leading experts from the associated countries of the Eastern Partnership and the EU, to try to find answers to the principle question of whether the coming years will decide the future of the EaP countries seeking closer relations, and eventually integration, with the European Union, namely Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
Author: Grzegorz Gromadzki (Stefan Batory Foundation), Bastian Sendhardt (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung – Representation in Poland)
Publisher / organisation: The Stefan Batory Foundation Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Representation in Poland
Date of publication: 10/01/2015
Total number of pages: 104
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