This report provides a series of clear policy recommendations on how to move from a deeply confrontational mind-set to a more cooperative one.
Authors explore the origins and impact of the Ukraine crisis, from competition between the European Neighbourhood Policy and Eurasian Economic Union to the impact of economic sanctions.
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Avoiding a New 'Cold War': The Future of EU-Russia Relations in the Context of the Ukraine Crisis
- Editor: Cristain Nitoiu is Postdoctoral Fellow in EU-Russia relations and Ukraine at LSE IDEAS.
- Roy Allison is Professor of Russian and Eurasian International Relations, University of Oxford.
- Tom Casier is Academic Director of the University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS).
- Maxine David is a Lecturer in the Institute for History, Faculty of Humanities at Leiden University.
- Tuomas Forsberg is Professor of International Politics at the University of Tampere.
- Sergii Glebov is Associate Professor in the Department of International Relations at Odessa National Mechnikov University.
- Alexey Gromyko is Director of the Institute of Europe (RAS) and President of the Russian Association of European Studies (AES).
- Hiski Haukkala is a Special Adviser at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.
- Christopher Hartwell is President of the Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE) in Warsaw.
- Andrei Kazantsev is Director of the Analytical Centre of Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
- Elena Korosteleva Jean Monnet Chair and Professor of International Politics in the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent.
- David Lane Emeritus Fellow of Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge.
- Fyodor Lukyanov is editor of Russia in Global Affairs Journal
- Richard Sakwa Professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent.
- Alexander Titov is Lecturer in modern European history at Queen’s Belfast.
- Vladislav Zubok is Chair of the Dahrendorf Forum EU-Russia-Ukraine Working Group.