Lithuanian experts outline three scenarios for Eastern Partnership

Experts from the Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) presented the study "Eastern Partnership (EaP) in a Changing Security Environment: 'Muddling Through' or New Incentives for Reform?". The event took place at the Lithuanian Parliament on 12 November.
Laurynas Kasčiūnas, Vytautas Keršanskas, Linas Kojala, Benediktas Juodka, Kristina Vaičiūnaitė, Audronius Ažubalis
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