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Event | 14 July 2016

Strategic Analysis of Russia-EU Cooperation and Future Prospects for Russia-NATO Relations

On July 13, 2016, the Russian International Affairs Council hosted the European Leadership Network (ELN) for a seminar entitled “Strategic Analysis of Russia-EU Cooperation and Prospects for Russia-NATO Relations.”

The agenda included the presentation of an ELN report on current Russia-EU relations and ways to advance their interaction, as well as the outcomes of the NATO summit in Warsaw and their impact on the Russia-NATO dialogue.

The event was attended by ELN Research Director Lukasz Kulesa and Research Fellow Joseph Dobbs; Head of Strategic Assessments Section of RAS Center for Situational Analysis Sergey Utkin; Head of European Security Section at RAS Institute for European Studies Dmitry Danilov; Head of Integration Processes Chair at MGIMO Nikolai Kaveshnikov; Army General (Ret.) Vyacheslav Trubnikov, Member of IMEMO Board, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, RIAC Vice President; RIAC Member Vitaly Zhurkin, Honorary Director of RAS Institute for European Studies; Russian Ambassador to the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg Mark Entin (2012-2016), and other experts on relations in the Russia-EU-NATO triangle.

The debate was moderated by RIAC Program Director Ivan Timofeev and Program Manager Natalia Evtikhevich.

This page was initially published by the Russian Internation Affairs Council.


Session 1. Pathway to Russia-EU cooperation


Session 2. Avoiding the risk of a Russia-NATO military encounter