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Issue № 66. February 2018

Cooperation and Trust: When Russia and the European Union Listen to Themselves

Marius Vacarelu

Ph.D., Lecturer, National School of Political and Administrative Studies, Bucharest, Romania.
E-mail: marius333vacarelu@gmail.com

The European Union and Russia need each other. Basically, geography is impossible to ignore and it is a good argument for strengthening bilateral relations. At the same time, we cannot forget history and we are forced to study its lessons. The future always belongs to those who cooperate, under two conditions: if they cooperate honestly honest and with the real purpose of respecting each other's interests. Nowadays, those conditions are understood by everyone and impossible to ignore. Today's society is more transparent than ever and the cost of every wrong step runs high. This article aims to analyze the crisis in the relations between the EU and Russia and find the ways of mutually beneficial cooperation, using the tools and techniques of strategic communication.

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Russia, European Union, cooperation, agreements, trust, citizens, economy.

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