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The choice to have a focus precisely on the relations between Georgia and European Union (EU), is based on the fact that this country, because of its position, has played a crucial role for the determination of power interactions over this region, split between Russian sphere of influence and the tension to get closer to […]

L’article A FARAWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD: THE GEORGIAN CASE est apparu en premier sur Le portail de référence pour l’espace de liberté, sécurité et justice.

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1 1ère session – Les faits de base : l’état des découvertes et ressources en hydrocarbures sur les rives Sud et Est de la Méditerranée Intervenants : Samuele Furfari (Ancien Conseiller du Directeur Général de la DG Energie de la Commission européenne et Professeur ULB) On s’attend à une augmentation de la population, ce qui suppose que […]

L’article CONFERENCE ANNUELLE « VOISINAGES » « Les récentes découvertes d’hydrocarbures dans les voisinages de l’UE ; portée et conséquences » est apparu en premier sur Le portail de référence pour l’espace de liberté, sécurité et justice.

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1.The new BRI Transcontinental Land Bridge: opening a New Era on the Eurasian Space? In September 2013, the announcement of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by Chinese President Xi Jinping in Astana was immediately supported by President Nazarbayev. However, the proposed new transcontinental Eurasian Landbridge announcement came just before the drastic fall of hydrocarbon […]

L’article European Union, its Neighbourhoods and Eurasia – Kazakhstan is turning the BRI Eurasian Landbridge into a vital lifeline for Central Asia ‘s sustainable development and EU industry’s global value chains. est apparu en premier sur Le portail de référence pour l’espace de liberté, sécurité et justice.

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“The Western Balkans strategy is all about a European perspective, but it is a merit-based process, meaning each country has to do its homework first. Let’s use the momentum we created now and make decisive progress on the EU path” declared Commissioner Johannes Hahn. More than 15 years after the Thessaloniki Summit in June 2003, the 6 states of the Western Balkans, namely Montenegro, Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Kosovo (WB6), have come out of oblivion with the Summit of May 17th, 2018.

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