Do the Western sanctions have significant impact on Russian economics; what changes are necessary in the EU Common Security and Defence Policy; how the EU should respond to the idea of “new world order” offered by Russia; how should the Baltic countries react adequately to the Russian media and compatriots policy? Answers to these and the other questions are looked for by researchers in the collection of articles “The War in Ukraine: Lessons for Europe”, publicized by the Centre for East European Policy Studies (CEEPS).
The group of authors of the book includes researchers from Latvia, the United Kingdom, Finland, Ukraine and Russia, among them the former Ambassador from the United Kingdom to Latvia Ian Bond, European economical issues expert Kari Liuhto from Finland, security experts Jānis Kažociņš, Jānis Bērziņš and the others. Andis Kudors, Executive director of the CEEPS, Artis Pabriks, Member of the European Parliament, are the book editors.
The collection of articles has been created with financial support on the part of European People’s Party (EPP) Group at the European Parliament and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
The book is available here.