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Will Riga be the last Eastern Partnership summit in this format?

This is a commentary prepared by the analysis team at LINKS (Dialogue, Analysis and Research).

The Eastern Partnership Summit, bringing together the 28 member states of the European Union, and their six Eastern neighbours, takes place today and tomorrow in the Latvian Capital, Riga. 710 more words

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Happy Europe Day

9 May is celebrated annually as Europe Day. It marks the anniversary of the Schuman Declaration that was proposed by French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman in 1950 and that was to be the foundation for the establishment of what later became the European Union. 383 more words

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Brussels Conference will contribute to dialogue between Europe and the Islamic World

The Conference “Europe and the Islamic World: there is more that unites us than divides us” will be held in Brussels, on Tuesday 14 April from 09.00-14.30.   339 more words

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LINKS launches program "Europe and the Islamic World".

Muslims make up a sizeable part of the European population, and Muslim nations are Europe’s neighbours to the south and the south-east. Europe’s relations with the Islamic world are therefore not to be based on bigotry. 525 more words

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LINKS Director addresses European security issues in keynote speech at NATO PA Baku Seminar.

LINKS Executive Director, Dennis Sammut was the keynote speaker at the 86th Rose-Roth Seminar organised by  the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in the Azerbaijani capital Baku from 16-18 June 2014. 293 more words

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Caspian Issues discussed in Brussels.

As the world struggled to come to terms with the changes brought about to the international system by the Russian annexation of Crimea, the situation in the nearby region of the Caspian was the topic of a discussion held in Brussels on Tuesday, 25 March 2014, hosted by the European Policy Centre and the Black Sea-Caspian Sea International Foundation. 431 more words

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CommonspaceEXTRA, our quarterly publication of news and analysis from the Caucasus Region

The latest issue of CommonspaceEXTRA, our quarterly publication on events in the Caucasus Region looks at the prospects of a Karabakh settlement after the meeting of the Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan in Vienna. 16 more words

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