Scenarios for the Eastern Partnership 2030
Special Edition 1 (16) | 2020

This publication is a result of a joint effort of Visegrad Insight and the German Marshall Fund of the United States to chart possible trajectories for the Eastern Partnership region. Project partners include the Slovak Foreign Policy Association, the Czech Association for International Affairs, the Hungarian Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy, the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, the Belarusian House and the International Strategic Action Network for Security.

Editor-in-chief
Wojciech Przybylski

Co-editor of the report
Joerg Forbrig

Managing editor
Quincy Cloet

Contributing editor
Richard Giragosian

Vice presidents Res Publica Foundation
Magda Jakubowska
Tomasz Kasprowicz

Director of operations
Tetiana Poliak-Grujić

Social media editor
Naum Trajanovski

Senior associate
Editor-in-chief Res Publica Nowa
Marcin Zaborowski

Managing editor Res Publica Nowa
Piotr Górski

Illustrations and cover
Paweł Kuczyński

Graphic design
Rzeczyobrazkowe

Contributing authors
Anton Bendarzsevszkij
Nino Danelia
Richard Giragosian
Bakhtiyar Hajiyev
Pavel Havlíček
Maksym Koryavets
Veranika Laputska
Kerry Longhurst
Hennadiy Maksak
Peter Plenta
Zaza Shengelia
Natalia Stercul
Pavel Usov
Anna Zamejc

Workshop participants
Aliaksandr Atroshchankau
Michał Baranowski
Denis Cenusa
Olga Chyzhova
Alexander Duleba
Ketevan Ebanoidze
Sergiy Gerasymchuk
Armen Grigoryan
Rusif Huseynov
Aliaksei Kazharski
Vlad Kobets
Michal Lebduška
Maryna Rakhlei
Laurynas Vaičiūnas
Andrei Yeliseyeu
Liana Zakaryan

 

Visegrad Insight is the main platform of debate and analysis on Central Europe,
that generates future policy directions for Europe from the region. It was established in 2012 by the Res Publica Foundation – an independent think tank in Warsaw with its flagship Polish language publication Res Publica Nowa and the New Europe 100, a network of leaders of tomorrow.

This report has been supported by the International Visegrad Fund. It does not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Visegrad Group or the International Visegrad Fund. An earlier thematic report named Eastern Partnership 2030 Trends was developed with the support of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

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