After more than 3 years of conflict and stalemate, no policy approach has led to a permanent cessation of hostilities, let alone political solution, in Ukraine. While the Minsk process has provided a broad framework for negation, specific and actionable steps toward resolution have been in short supply. Building on case studies of Italy-Russia and Germany-Russia relations, this working paper proposes a new model based on mutually beneficial economic cooperation could bridge the deep incentives and trust gaps that exists between the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine.

The EU and the Ukraine Crisis: Italy, Germany, and the Case for Convergence

DE MAIO, GIOVANNA
2017

Abstract

After more than 3 years of conflict and stalemate, no policy approach has led to a permanent cessation of hostilities, let alone political solution, in Ukraine. While the Minsk process has provided a broad framework for negation, specific and actionable steps toward resolution have been in short supply. Building on case studies of Italy-Russia and Germany-Russia relations, this working paper proposes a new model based on mutually beneficial economic cooperation could bridge the deep incentives and trust gaps that exists between the European Union, Russia, and Ukraine.
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