Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych and Russia's Vladimir Putin (photo:dpa)

Will Europe’s Eastern Partnership survive the Kremlin’s confrontation with Brussels?

The future of the European Union's Eastern Partnership initiative is at stake. Europe’s eastern neighbourhood is reeling after the shock refusal of Ukraine to sign a trade pact which would draw it closer to the EU. The EU now has to decide how it should proceed with Ukraine and consider how it can ensure other Eastern Partnership countries stay on track in the face of domestic and foreign pressure – especially from Russia

<i>The future of the EU’s Eastern Partnership (EaP) initiative is at stake. The signing at Vilnius, Lithuania, in November 2013, of the trade pact between the European Union and Ukraine should have been a turning point and a stepping stone for several former So...

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 Eka Tkeshelashvili
Mr Yanukovych has learned his lesson and unless the situation changes dramatically, he is not planning to use force to disperse the demonstrators
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