Agenda Europa-Rusia – doc




Europe Just Can’t Kick Russian Energy – FP, 8.04.22
Outrage is cheap in European capitals. Action comes dearer. By Christina Lu, an editorial fellow at Foreign Policy

Germany to Arm Ukraine in Major Policy Reversal – FP, 26.02.22
Berlin will send anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles to help Kyiv fight off Russia. By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will change the face of Europe for ever – by Timothy Garton Ash, 24.02.22

Insurgency in Ukraine Could Lead to Major War in Europe – FP, 22.02.22
Avoiding escalation with Russia would become even harder. By Jerad I. Harper, an active-duty Army colonel and assistant professor at the U.S. Army War College

The West Is Sleepwalking Into War in Ukraine – FP, 23.02.22
It’s not easy to make sense of how the United States and Europe are responding to Russia’s aggression. By Stephen M. Walt, a columnist at Foreign Policy and the Robert and Renée Belfer professor of international relations at Harvard University


Un raport al Parlamentului European acuză partidele europene de extremă dreaptă că sunt în slujba lui Putin / Fidesz și AfD, printre cele vizate – 27.01.22


Why Mediation Around Ukraine Keeps Failing – FP, 10.02.22
It’s not just about Moscow and Kyiv but the entire Russia-West relationship.
By Eugene Chausovsky, a nonresident fellow at the Newlines Institute

Russia Belongs at the Center of Europe – FP, 10.02.22
NATO and the European Union have reached their limits. Here’s what should come next.
By Anatol Lieven, a senior research fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft

To Deter Russia, Europe Needs More Military Integration – FP, 9.02.22
German and Dutch troops have deployed a binational battle-ready unit to Lithuania. More EU countries should follow their example. By Elisabeth Braw, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute

The West Fell Into Putin’s Trap – FP, 24.01.22
Even if Russia never invades Ukraine, it is accomplishing one of its major goals in Europe. By Caroline de Gruyter, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a Europe correspondent for the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad

A “New Cold War” to Decide the Future of Europe—and the World – FP, 21.01.22
Trump’s ambassador to the OSCE says a Russian invasion of Ukraine is an attack on “all of America’s allies.” By James S. Gilmore III, a former U.S. ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe

As the U.S. and Russia Talk Ukraine, Where’s Europe? – FP, 20.01.22
The French president wants a new security framework for Europe, but he’ll have a hard time getting a unified answer from his fellow leaders. By Colm Quinn, the newsletter writer at Foreign Policy

Russia’s threats place Europe at a pivotal moment – CH, 3.12.21
Democratic societies must face down Russia’s threats around Ukraine. Establishing the limits of Russia’s power will help secure a safer future for Europe.

French and German approaches to Russia – CH, 30.11.21
Convergence yes, EU compatibility no.




Finland and Sweden Are Done With Deference to Russia – FP, 5.01.22
Even if the two Nordic countries don’t join NATO, they have signaled a new era in relations with Moscow. By Elisabeth Braw, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute


Putin’s Fixation With an Old-School U.S. Missile Launcher – FP, 12.01.22
Russia says the Pentagon’s European missile defense isn’t so defensive after all. Does it have a point? By Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy’s Pentagon and national security reporter



2021


Ursula von der Leyen avertizează Moscova că Uniunea Europeană este pregătită să impună noi sancțiuni Rusiei, în cazul unei agresiuni împotriva Ucrainei – 7.12.21


How Will Moscow Use Its Energy Leverage Over Europe? – FP, 19.10.21
The Kremlin holds one of the keys to resolving Europe’s energy crisis. By Alexander Gabuev, a senior fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center

The West Still Needs Russia’s Energy – FP, 13.10.21
Hopes of defanging Moscow through alternative energy have faded. By Eugene Chausovsky, a nonresident fellow at the Newlines Institute


Belarus is new weapon in Putin’s hybrid warfare arsenal – CH, 18.08
A tripartite group of the UK, US, and EU mapping out a common approach to Belarus can only be effective if discussions include how to deal with Russia.



Ministrul francez de externe: „Rusia este un mare vecin al Europei care nu trebuie împins în braţele Chinei” – RFI, 27.05



Myths and misconceptions in the debate on Russia – CH, 13.05


Iulia Matei, MAE: Susținem inițierea unei abordări mai coerente și strategice a UE privind relația cu Rusia – Euractiv, 11.05


Europe must admit Russia is waging war – CH, 23.04
The persistent lack of response from the EU, NATO, or individual countries only convinces Russia it is free to carry out attacks across Europe with impunity.

Western Powers Need to Get More Creative Against Russia – FP, 21.04
The Czech Republic’s kerfuffle over diplomats demonstrates the need to think bigger—and smaller—when it comes to responding to cyberattacks. By Elisabeth Braw


Imagini cu spionul rus expulzat din România, postate pe internet – 29.04

Expulzarea Rusiei din Europa: de la diplomații spioni la linia roșie a lui Putin și ce se ascunde între cele două demonstrații de forță – Valentin Naumescu, contributors.ro, 26.04

UE își exprimă îngrijorarea profundă față de activitatea militară rusă de lângă Ucraina – 5.04

Rusia, elefantul din camera conservatorilor europeni – RFI, 5.04

Scandalul de spionaj din Italia și amintirea ”operațiunii anti-chimice” rusești de anul trecut – RFI, 2.04

Vaccinurile determină o cotitură geopolitică, statele UE se apropie tot mai mult de Kremlin. Are loc un târg: vaccinuri contra închiderii ochilor diplomatici la interferența nefastă a Rusiei? – The Telegraph, 2.04

Germany Will Never Back Down on Its Russian Pipeline – FP, 25.02
If it looks like Berlin is colluding with Moscow, that’s because it is. By Jeremy Stern

Guvernul german a propus administrației Trump un miliard de euro în schimbul blocării sancțiunilor împotriva Nord Stream 2 – 9.02


Françoise Thom: Cum folosește Putin vaccinul Sputnik ca pe o mașină de război contra Uniunii Europene – Magda Grădinaru, SpotMedia, 24.02


UE și SUA se consultă privind sancțiunile împotriva Rusiei – RFI, 21.02

Relația UE-Rusia în 2021 – între „pragmatism distorsionat” și „politică externă rezistentă” – Denis Cenușă, cobtributors, 12.02


Borell propune liderilor UE sancțiuni împotriva Moscovei, după vizita sa în Rusia – 9.02

EU-Russia Tensions Flare in Diplomatic Tit-for-Tat – 9.02
EU member states took action on Monday following a disastrous trip to Moscow by the bloc’s foreign policy chief. By Colm Quinn


Siegfried Mureșan: Josep Borrell nu mai are legitimitate ca șef al diplomației europene – RFI, 9.02

Ce i-au reproșat reprezentanții grupurilor politice lui Josep Borrell la audierea din PE / Cioloș (Renew): Vizita la Moscova a dat un semnal diplomatic greșit / Puigdemont (Neafiliați): Faceți un Borrell-exit! /Cine a fost de partea șefului diplomației europene – 9.02


Borrell, la revenirea din Moscova: Rusia consideră valorile democratice o amenințare existențială și se deconectează progresiv de Europa – 7.02

EU Chief Josep Borrell Fontelles in a joint news conference with the Russian Foreign Minister – 5.02

Tensions Russie – UE : l’émissaire européen Joseph Borrell attendu à Moscou – 4.02

  • Société civile et médias russes se sont élevés jeudi face à l’ampleur de la répression visant les partisans de l’opposant Alexeï Navalny, un dossier au coeur d’une visite en Russie du chef de la diplomatie européenne. Ce dernier, l’Espagnol Josep Borrell, arrive jeudi soir pour un échange le lendemain avec le ministre des Affaires étrangères Sergueï Lavrov, une rencontre qui s’annonce difficile, Moscou ayant qualifié les critiques occidentales d'”ingérence” dans les affaires intérieures russes.

Kremlin calls for renewed dialogue with Brussels as top EU diplomat visits – 4.02

  • The #Kremlin​ said on Thursday it wanted #Moscow​ and Brussels to restore dialogue to discuss various points of disagreement as the European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell was set to visit Moscow. #Borrell​’s visit on Feb. 4-6 has been overshadowed by the jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei #Navalny​ and a sweeping police crackdown on his allies who have staged nationwide protests.

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