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Eurasian Economic Union – an alternative to other regional integration models?

On September 11, 2018, the Experts for Security and Global Affairs Association (ESGA) has organized the debate ”Eurasian Economic Union – an alternative to other regional integration models?” The first guest speaker of the event were Sergey Utkin, Head of the Strategic Assessment Section at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences, who also headed the Foreign and Security Policy Department at the […]

Kazakhstan’s bilateral partnership with EU and Russia: between political dilemmas and economic interests

In 2007, the European Union launched a visionary strategy for the development of cooperation with Central Asian states. The document, called ‘The EU and Central Asia: Strategy for a New Partnership’ was aiming to enhance EU influence in the region through establishing a broader dialogue with the Central Asian states in areas such as institution-building, rule of law, trade, energy and security. Ten years after its launching, EU’s bilateral relations […]

The Civil Society and Foreign Policy Priorities. The Options Relevance

At this time, foreign policy processes are not a priority of the governments only. Discussions and tasks, pertaining to foreign policy issues, are shared between various participants to the political life. Civil society is one of the key players involved in these discussions. Often civil society representatives succesfully define different options and opportunities of the foreign policy for their states of origin, which are not included on the official agenda. […]