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Romania presents a case of a balanced approach of using hard and soft security measures in forming its system of resilience to possible Russian aggression on various fronts.
For centuries, the relationship between Türkiye and Russia has been the one of interdependencies and conflictual cooperation. Though
The agreements between the Presidents of Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova, reached in January 2021, became a new page in the relations between the two states.
The Republic of Moldova remains one of the most vulnerable states from the perspective of Russian malign influence.
A significant part of Bulgarian elites and society has prerequisites for expressing loyalty to Russia.
The EaP policy has generated a number of important results for Moldova.
The following report provides assessment of Georgia’s progress in the light of addressing deliverables within the Eastern Partnership agenda, with the focus on the priorities defined in the European Commission “Recovery, resilience and reform: post-2020 Eastern Partnership priorities”.
Notwithstanding bilateral relations with the EU taking precedence over the course of history, the EaP Multilateral Platform expanded the scope of relations enabling Azerbaijan to exchange views on issues of mutual interests and launch various initiatives
Despite Armenia’s commitment to the implementation of CEPA’s full agenda, and EU’s appreciation of the progress achieved, consistent reforms were not undertaken in all fields.