Pages, tagged as «EU»

The EU’s strategy on Russia and its implications

RISS Considered Prospects for Transatlantic Relations

On July 16th, the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies hosted a round table on «U.S.-European Relations: Perspectives for Transatlantic Solidarity under President Biden».

Biden's Atlantic U-turn: interim results

Turkey May Respond Tit-for-Tat to Possible EU Sanctions

Georgy None Sosnov

Ankara claims to be a regional leader in the Mediterranean

EU countries have different views on its future

Ludmila Vorobyova

Issues concerning the EU reforms: stages, constraints, and prospects

NATO again accuses Russia and China of spreading misinformation

Sergey None Ermakov

In NATO, there is a real hysteria about the alleged Russian and Chinese threats

EU turns history into political tool

A new historical narrative about heroization of the fighters against communism emerged

Europe Union dogged by disunity

The EU has not become stronger after new Parliament elections, RISS expert Oksana Petrovskaya considers. "This election reflects the deep crisis in the EU. It was quite difficult to elect head of the European Commission (EC). Ursula von der Leyen was nominated for EU Commission President unexpectedly. She won the elections due to the fact that the leaders of 28 EU states could not agree among themselves," the analyst said.

Brexit at the crossroads

Anna None Vilovatykh

Britain's lack of agreement with the EU is the worst option for both London and Brussels

Endless Brexit

The Brexit draft and the political declaration on future relations between the United Kingdom and the EU were appoved at the Sunday's EU summit in Brussels. On the one hand, the talks between the European Commission and London ended with the formal adoption of the agreement on Britain’s exit from the European Union. On the other hand, it is clear that the process is not completed yet, and forcibly paused not to derail the Brexit deal, RISS expert Igor Pshenichnikov said.