Has the crisis in Ukraine completely erased the idea of Greater Europe from the agendas of politicians and analysts?
Wider Europe Forum
Germany’s willingness to enter into dialogue is explained by the fact that it feels a special responsibility towards Russia stemming from complicated history
The EU must remain unified in its approach to Russia, and must defend the sovereignty and territorial integrity of its eastern partners
Spain's cautious approach regarding the Ukraine crisis is rooted in a complex cluster of factors, including geographic distance and economic ties with Russia
The Ukraine crisis has marked a gradual structural shift in Italian foreign policy towards Russia
The crisis in Ukraine is not about the rights of ethnic Russians, but rather Moscow's desire to destabilise Ukraine and re-establish strategic control of the region
Ukraine’s parliamentary elections and the polls held in the self-proclaimed eastern republics have lessened the chances for compromise