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    EU keeps former Soviet states at arm’s length
    Nov17

    EU keeps former Soviet states at arm’s length

    The EU aims to weaken enlargement hopes of former Soviet states at a summit next week in line with the wished of last year’s Dutch referendum on Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Opinion] Ukraine to EU: Tell us what we’re fighting for
    Nov15

    [Opinion] Ukraine to EU: Tell us what we’re fighting for

    Ukraine wants a simple message: “Once you’re ready – you’re in”. Ukraine’s job would be to get ready. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] British PM warns of Russian interference
    Nov14

    [Ticker] British PM warns of Russian interference

    Russia “is seeking to weaponise information” and “sow discord in the West and undermine our institutions,” British prime Minister Theresa May said Monday. “We know what you are doing, and you will not succeed,” she said in a speech. May said Russia provoked violence in eastern Ukraine, meddled in elections, and...

    Russian wargames played dirty, Nato says
    Oct27

    Russian wargames played dirty, Nato says

    Nato head Jens Stoltenberg has said Russia misled it about the size of Baltic wargames, and warned that the Ukraine conflict remains “fragile”. …read more Source:...

    [Opinion] Ukraine language law does not harm minorities
    Oct20

    [Opinion] Ukraine language law does not harm minorities

    Some European politicians keep spreading fictitious arguments on Ukraine’s language law as being an impediment to minority rights, Ukraine’s education minister says. …read more Source:...

    [Opinion] EU-Russia trade bouncing back – despite sanctions
    Oct17

    [Opinion] EU-Russia trade bouncing back – despite sanctions

    New figures for 2017 so far show a surprising uptick in EU-Russia trade relations, notwithstanding sanctions over Ukraine and Crimea. …read more Source:...

    [Agenda] Brexit on EU summit table This Week
    Oct13

    [Agenda] Brexit on EU summit table This Week

    A key showdown on the state of Brexit talks, an ECJ ruling on Ukraine’s Viktor Yanukovych, and Macron’s proposals for the future of the EU, are all on the agenda this week. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Dutch government takes aim at referendum law
    Oct13

    [Ticker] Dutch government takes aim at referendum law

    The new ruling coalition in the Netherlands wants to scrap a 2015 Dutch law, unique in Europe, which allows citizens-enforced, non-binding referendums on newly-adopted laws, like the ratification of the EU-Ukraine treaty. But the bill that would remove the people’s power to demand referendums could itself be the subject of a...

    [Ticker] EU eastern summit to be less enlargement-friendly
    Oct11

    [Ticker] EU eastern summit to be less enlargement-friendly

    EU states plan to “reaffirm the sovereign right of each partner to choose the level of ambition and the goal to which it aspires in its relations with the EU” at a summit with six former Soviet states in November, EUobserver has learnt. The draft summit text, agreed in Brussels on Wednesday, is less enlargement friendly than previous...

    [Opinion] Ukraine should join central Europe trade club
    Sep29

    [Opinion] Ukraine should join central Europe trade club

    With eight EU alumni, the EU integration expertise of the Balkan states, and an HQ in Brussels, the Cefta club is the perfect incubator for Ukraine’s EU aspirations. …read more Source:...

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