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07-11-2014 Russia | Economic Issues | EU


The Russian ruble fell to new lows against the dollar and the euro early on November 7.





07-11-2014 Greece | Economic Issues | Education | EU


Eurozone ministers have moved towards agreeing a new credit line for Greece as it prepares to exit its bailout at the end of the year.





17-10-2014 Ukraine | Russia | USA | Economic Issues | Energy Issues | EU


Russian President Vladimir Putin flew into Milan last night for peace talks with European Union leaders after threatening to cut the supply of natural gas through Ukraine if the government in Kiev diverts fuel for domestic use.





05-10-2014 Ukraine | Economic Issues | Third Sector


Grzegorz Kołodko, a Polish professor of economics and a former Polish Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance, who played a leading role in achieving the entry of Poland into the European Union, has answered our questions on the role of civil society in Poland and Ukraine





18-09-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Economic Issues | Politics & Policies


On 16 September, the European Parliament and the Supreme Council ratified the Association Agreement (AA) between the European Union and Ukraine, one element of which is the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area agreement (DCFTA). But before that, after a meeting in Brussels on 12 September of representatives from the European Commission, Ukraine and Russia on the consequences of the AA for Russia, it was agreed to postpone the provisional implementation of the DCFTA agreement until 31 December 2015.





27-08-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Economic Issues | Politics & Policies | Security | EU


Russian President Vladimir Putin has urged his Ukrainian counterpart not to escalate an offensive against pro-Moscow rebels, and threatened economic retaliation for signing a trade accord with the European Union.





22-08-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Economic Issues | EU


Sergei Guriyev, former dean of the prestigious New Economics School in Moscow, and now a professor at Instituts d'etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris, left Russia in 2013 amid a crackdown on liberal intellectuals critical of the Kremlin's authoritarianism.





22-08-2014 Poland | Russia | Economic Issues | Politics & Policies | EU


It's promising to be one of Poland's best apple harvests since records began. There has been plenty of rain and just the right amount of sunshine.





19-08-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Economic Issues | EU


Russian state energy giant Rosneft has partnered with Norway's Statoil to search for oil in the Arctic, despite Western sanctions against Moscow.





19-08-2014 Ukraine | Russia | Belarus | Economic Issues | Politics & Policies | Security | EU


On August 18-19, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had phone consultations with President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso.








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