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Behind China and Russia's 'Special Relationship'
December 07, 2016

Behind China and Russia's 'Special Relationship'

By Bob Savic
China and Russia's carefully curated relationship is increasingly having a global impact.
Kyrgyzstan Gripes About EEU Access
November 18, 2016

Kyrgyzstan Gripes About EEU Access

By Catherine Putz
Meanwhile, the EEU's leader, Russia, pushes for more FTAs.

Can China's Ambitious OBOR Mesh With Russian Plans in Eurasia?
November 09, 2016

Can China's Ambitious OBOR Mesh With Russian Plans in Eurasia?

By Cholpon Orozobekova
Russia realizes the importance of partnership with China, but remains suspicious and cautious.

Tajikistan: The Eurasian Economic Union’s Next Member?
July 19, 2016

Tajikistan: The Eurasian Economic Union’s Next Member?

By Catherine Putz
Long rumored and rumored still, Dushanbe is reportedly exploring joining the EEU.

Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana
June 01, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union Leaders Meet in Astana

By Catherine Putz
Despite uneven progress, the talks focused on continued expansion and cooperation with other regional economic vehicles.
China Pushes One Belt, One Road in Central Asia
May 24, 2016

China Pushes One Belt, One Road in Central Asia

By Catherine Putz
Beijing's belt fits with Kazakhstan's sunny path, but questions remain on its compatibility with the EEU.

Frustrations Between Kazakhstan and Armenia Persist
April 28, 2016

Frustrations Between Kazakhstan and Armenia Persist

By Casey Michel
Continued friction between two of the Eurasian Economic Union's five members exposes the group's weaknesses.
Eurasian Economic Union Meeting Delayed and Moved to Moscow
April 08, 2016

Eurasian Economic Union Meeting Delayed and Moved to Moscow

By Catherine Putz
For the second year running, the EEU’s spring meeting has been delayed because of Armenia.

The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem
April 06, 2016

The Eurasian Economic Union's Armenia Problem

By Catherine Putz
An upcoming summit in Yerevan might be relocated because of the flaring conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh.

A ‘Blurry’ Union: Kyrgyzstan and the Eurasian Economic Union
February 18, 2016

A ‘Blurry’ Union: Kyrgyzstan and the Eurasian Economic Union

By Catherine Putz
Six months into EEU membership, a Kyrgyz official says it’s too soon to really talk about the impact.

The Eurasian Union’s Troubled First Year
December 28, 2015

The Eurasian Union’s Troubled First Year

By Alex Nice
The EEU’s first year has raised serious questions about its economic rationale, institutional effectiveness, and geopolitical underpinnings.
Is Progress in Central Asia an Illusion?
December 19, 2015

Is Progress in Central Asia an Illusion?

By Catherine Putz
Links: Podcast on the reality of the Eurasian Economic Union and an overly optimistic view on the region by 2050.

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