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International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Issue 55, December 2016
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Lisbon to Vladivostok: How could deeper economic integration work?

Deep economic cooperation between the EU, the Eurasian Economic Union, and their neighbors in the long term was the focus of the pilot phase of an IIASA project that concluded with a final workshop in November. The event brought together an international group of economists, modelers, and other experts.

Currently, relations between the EU and Russia are not at their best and the idea of a common economic space “from Lisbon to Vladivostok” has been put back into the drawer. The IIASA project “Challenges and Opportunities of Economic Integration within a Wider European and Eurasian Space” is currently the only initiative where the necessary research and discussions between East and West can happen. Over the past three years, in a series of seven workshops, the pilot phase of the project brought together officials and experts from the EU and EAEU, as well as from other countries, to discuss and analyze the diverse issues of regional cooperation and integration within the Eurasian continent. 

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