The results of EUREN's
on Russia and the EU in multilateral fora have been just published.
Piskulova (EUREN Brief no.
), Oldag Caspar (EUREN Brief no. 11
and Georgios Kostakos (EUREN
Brief no. 9
) discuss whether and how climate change and the deterioration of the
environment could become "the challenge that unites" the EU and Russia in times of geopolitical
Maxim Suchkov (EUREN
Brief no. 12
) and Andrea Dessí (EUREN
Brief no. 13
) elaborate on EU and Russian policies in the Middle East. Maxim Suchkov
deplores divergencies in their respective views, which will keep undermining cooperation for a
long time to come. Andrea Dessí details where and how the EU should coordinate more closely with
Russia and China in light of US retrenchment.
Alexandra Arkhangelskaya (EUREN
Brief no. 14
) and Alex Vines (EUREN
Brief no. 15
) look at opportunities and challenges for the EU and Russia emanating from
the dynamic developments in many African countries Despite the existing disagreements, the
authors identify several areas of potential cooperation between the EU, Russia and African
Chronicle no. 8
by Sabine Fischer reflects upon how the discussion at the 11th EUREN
meeting revealed a wide conceptual gap between both sides' understandings of multilateralism.
This limited the scope of ideas and policy recommendations the participants were able to come up
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position of individual EUREN members or EUREN as a group.