Azerbaijan: poll casts light on attitudes to the EU and how people see their lives

Azerbaijan: poll casts light on attitudes to the EU and how people see their lives Almost half of Azerbaijanis feel that relations between their country and the European Union are good, compared to just 15% of those who think they are bad. This is one of the key findings of the recently released Autumn 2013 EU Neighbourhood Barometer for Azerbaijan, conducted in the framework of an EU-funded opinion polling project for the Neighbourhood. The survey,... Read More

Economic realities of the Russian-Ukraine conflict

Economic realities of the Russian-Ukraine conflict Getting into the Crimea, Russia did settle not only “va-bank” in the geopolitical relations with The West but also tried to create new game rules on the economic plane in the region. Of course, Moscow was warned beforehand it would face economic and as well as political sanctions. Though the West repeatedly informed Russia about such issues before the conflict even started Moscow initiated such... Read More

CESD Chairman met President of Lithuania

CESD Chairman met President of Lithuania Following the Vilnius Summit, President Dalia Grybauskaitė met civil society representatives from the six Eastern Partnership countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine on November 29, 2013. Vugar Bayramov, chairman of Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD) was invited to meeting with Madam President. The President underlined that the European future of Eastern... Read More