Tatiana Romanova

Russian Federation

Doctor in Political Studies, Associate Professor at European Studies Department, Saint Petersburg State University, Head of Jean Monnet Chair.

Associate Progessor at the Department of World Politics and World Economics of the Higher School of Economics.

Leading researcher of the Centre for Comprehensive European and International Studies of the Higher School of Economics.

Materials

What to Expect from the First Putin-Macron Meeting
29.05.2017
The first meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron will enable the two sides to compare notes as relations between Russia and the European Union continue to be
Macron and French National Interests
11.05.2017
The new president of France will follow the French national interests and in this connection he has to keep good working relations with Putin. We saw this already with Sarkozy and Hollande. Becoming
Valdai Paper #54: The EU's Crises and its Future
04.08.2016
Historically, the EU has two leadership models. The first is the leadership of the European Commission. The second is the French-German duumvirate. Today, neither of them is functioning, and the EU is

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Tatiana Romanova
End-of-Year EU Summit: Another Test of European Solidarity
30.12.2015
Three days after EU leaders met in Brussels, the European Union took the formal decision on extending economic sanctions against Russia until July 31, 2016.
European Union: Russia’s Interests and Transnational Relations
22.11.2013
Neither Russia nor the EU has set a deadline for choosing what form their future cooperation will take. This inaction is undermining the desire to compromise and their negotiators’ creativity. Russia

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Tatiana Romanova
EU-Russian Relations: Tough Love Played by a Backstage Orchestra?
26.03.2013
In the space of a few years Russia has gradually set up both substantive and procedural alternatives to the EU's normative leadership, which is its second challenge to Brussels.

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Tatiana Romanova
St. Petersburg Dialogue 2012: Revealing Underlying Contradictions?
19.11.2012
The opening session of St. Petersburg Dialogue revealed the key differences between Russia and its German and European partners: in normativity; in the scientific picture of the world. These

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Tatiana Romanova