ENC Podcast: The 5th Eastern Partnership Summit: Challenges & Expectations

In order to discuss about the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit which is taking place this week in Brussels on 24 November 2017, ENC invited Ms. Larisa Patlis, senior lecturer at the International Relations, Political Science and Journalism department of the Free International  University of Moldova (ULIM), Dr. Aleksandra Seliverstova, researcher and lecturer at the Department of Political Science at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and Dr. Giulia Prelz Oltramonti, researcher and lecturer in Political Science at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) to participate in a podcast discussion. The In-Depth discussion is part of ENC’s EaP Series of podcast meetings dedicated to developments in the Eastern Partnership area in the fields of Security, Foreign Policy, Economy, Democracy and Education. 

Moderated by ENC Head Researcher for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, Andreas Marazis, our panelists assessed the future prospects of the Eastern Partnership, the challenges on the way ahead to the upcoming Summit, the reform progress in Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova, as well as the security concerns in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and the frozen conflicts in the region.