The Russia-driven creation of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) at the beginning of 2015 has provided the EU with a new range of geopolitical and geo-economic challenges, but also with a potential new channel of dialogue with Moscow. This report assesses the pros and cons of three possible strategies for the EU in dealing with the EEU, and argues that technical cooperation along the lines of “Tentative Compatibility” could provide the most effective policy-oriented benchmark.
Now or never: Using the EU’s trade power as leverage for a climate deal in Paris. This policy brief questions whether the climate diplomacy strategy will be enough and looks at what else the EU could do.
Clingendael Academy, in cooperation with the EU Police Service Training (EUPST) and the ENTRi network, organised the first joint conference of European training providers involved in training crisis management staff