Absorb and conquer: An EU approach to Russian and Chinese integration in Eurasia

Ukraine: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Caught in conflict with Russia, Kyiv is loathe to join the EEU, but its elites lack enthusiasm or knowledge about China’s integration project

Turkey: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Poised between Europe and Asia, the Russian and Chinese integration projects could both make Ankara once more a key bridge linking the two continents – but not before hostilities with Russia have been resolved

Serbia: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Though it is a candidate for EU membership, Belgrade continues to pursue a “special relationship” with both Russia and China

Kazakhstan: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

As a member of the Moscow-led EEU, Astana has suffered from Russia’s economic slowdown, and now aims to become the transport and gas hub of Central Asia

Greece: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Facing financial woes and the simmering threat of “Grexit” from the EU, Athens is in need of new investment from Russia and China

Azerbaijan: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Located at the heart of Eurasia and with strong energy resources, it is a key territory for regional integration projects, but Baku is fighting to stay neutral

Eurasian integration: Caught between Russia and China

European policymakers worry about Russian and Chinese integration efforts, which push them to think more strategically about the Eurasian landmass

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Ukraine: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Caught in conflict with Russia, Kyiv is loathe to join the EEU, but its elites lack enthusiasm or knowledge about China’s integration project

Turkey: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Poised between Europe and Asia, the Russian and Chinese integration projects could both make Ankara once more a key bridge linking the two continents – but not before hostilities with Russia have been resolved

Serbia: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Though it is a candidate for EU membership, Belgrade continues to pursue a “special relationship” with both Russia and China

Kazakhstan: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

As a member of the Moscow-led EEU, Astana has suffered from Russia’s economic slowdown, and now aims to become the transport and gas hub of Central Asia

Greece: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Facing financial woes and the simmering threat of “Grexit” from the EU, Athens is in need of new investment from Russia and China

Azerbaijan: Perspectives on Eurasian integration

Located at the heart of Eurasia and with strong energy resources, it is a key territory for regional integration projects, but Baku is fighting to stay neutral

Eurasian integration: Caught between Russia and China

European policymakers worry about Russian and Chinese integration efforts, which push them to think more strategically about the Eurasian landmass