The European vector of Russia’s foreign policy has been one of the most intensive, most problematic and most promising. And it seems reasonable to assume that this will remain so for the foreseeable future.
The Institute of Contemporary Development presented in July the results of a study of the main areas of Russia-EU (Moscow-Brussels) relations for the past decade. The study, authored INSOR’s Director for International Development Sergei Kulik, is a sort of reference book, including general overviews, forecasts and recommendations.
A copy of the report in Russian is available here.