EU-Russia relations at the crossroads: the Baltic dimension

Athors

Aleksander Sergunin (Saint-Peterburg State University, Russia) 
Viktar Kireyeu (Saint-Peterburg State University, Russia)

Abstract

This study aims to examine EU-Russia relations in the BSR in the aftermath of the Ukrainian crisis and the Trump administration’s rise to power. More specifically, this study aims at examining how EU and Russia interact with each other in areas such as trade, energy, transportation, environment protection, tourism, visa regime, education and youth. The article explores whether the EU and Russian regional strategies are compatible and mutually reinforcing, or ignore or even confront each other. The role of other sub-regional organizations and mechanisms in the promotion of the EU-Russian dialogue is studied.

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