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The Fast-Changing Map of Europe – views from Eastern Europe

Russia, Ukraine and European security


The Fast-Changing Map of Europe – views from Eastern Europe


We will be joined by independent experts from all Eastern Partnership states plus Russia to explore the implications for the region regarding the EU’s three recent decisions: to grant membership perspectives to Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, and candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova; to re-energise the enlargement process with ideas of gradual integration before accession; and to open debate around the proposal for the wider Europe to establish a European Political Community.

These new perspectives will be debated against the backdrop of the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine and its economic consequences on energy and food price rises and the possibility of a new recession.

The event will be open to audience participation during the Q&A session.

This event is in cooperation with the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum within the framework of the “3 DCFTAs” Project.

Michael Emerson Michael Emerson
Michael Emerson

Associate Senior Research Fellow

Speakers list
Veronika Movchan

Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting, Kyiv

Denis Cenusa

Expert-Grup, Chisinau

Tamara Kovziridze

Reformatics, Tbilisi

Benyamin Poghosyan

Political Science Association of Armenia, Yerevan

Shahla Ismayil

Women Association for Rational Development, Baku, Steering Committee EaP CSF

Andrei Yahorau

Centre for European Transformation, Minsk, EaP CSF

Andrey Makarychev

University of Tartu

Tinatin Akhvlediani

Research Fellow, CEPS