Out of the Impasse? Constructive Bilateralism as a Way Forward in EU-Russia Relations

Brussels, Belgium

4 June 2013

Hiski Haukkala (University of Tampere) will present his research on the topic, addressing issues such as: The EU's relations with Russia have reached an impasse. The story of the last decade has been of growing mutual frustration and disillusionment between the two strategic partners. Yet largely undetected, the coherence of the EU's own internal game has been improving. Could the increasing coherence between national Russia policies result in 'constructive bilateralism' between member states and Russia that could lead to a better Russia policy for the EU? And what would it take to have better EU-Russia relations?

Expert Panel: Maxine David, University of Surrey
Jackie Gower, King's College London
Sven-Olov Carlsson, European External Action Service
Sven Biscop, Egmont Royal Institute for International Relations
Moderation by Tom Casier, University of Kent

To register, please send an email with 'Russia' in the subject field and stating clearly your name and organisation to meet@thecentre.eu

The seminars are hosted by Edelman The Centre at 22, Avenue Marnix, 1000 Brussels from 12:30 to 14:00 (with a sandwich lunch provided from 12:00 to 12:30).

The event is free to attend, but as the room's capacity is limited, registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

This event is part of the UACES Arena, which is organised by UACES and Edelman|The Centre in cooperation with the University of Kent at Brussels. UACES Arena invites leading scholars to challenge conventional wisdom in the policy-making world and to present new ideas for a changing Europe.

This seminar was funded with the support of the Lifelong Learning programme of the European Union.





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