Pavel Havlíček published a new article on the Eastern Partnership in the light of recent summit.
The EU should apply a pragmatic approach to the Eastern Partnership, but cannot gamble with its own basic values and principles, writes Pavel Havlíček.
On 24 November 2017 Brussels hosted the fifth summit of Eastern Partnership (EaP) since its emergence in Prague. Over the last eight years, the EU’s eastern policy has been through ups and downs. The recent Brussels summit of heads of state from the EU and EaP countries, as well as the policy itself, suffered from high expectations. For many, these were not met by the final declaration. Despite this, the policy is far from being doomed or forgotten in future.
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