Russia & EU: new basis for cooperation

Director of European Studies Institute at Moscow State University of International Relations - Mark Entin

1955 - Born in Moscow
1977 - Graduates, Moscow State University of International Relations
1979 - Receives PhD in International Law, Moscow State University of International Relations
1991 - Invited Professor, European Communities Law and Human Rights Law, Council of Europe, Hague Academy of International Law, Gant University
1991 - Head of section, Political Department, Russian Foreign Ministry
1992 - First Deputy Director, Division on Security and Co-operation in Europe, Russian Foreign Ministry
1994 - Post doctorate diploma in International Law, Moscow State University of International Relations
1994 - First Deputy Director, Directorate of European Co-operation, Russian Foreign Ministry
1996 - Professor of International and European Law, Moscow State University of International Relations
1998 - Deputy Permanent Representative, Representation of the Russian Federation to the Council of Europe, Strasbourg
2002 - Director, Institute of European Law, Moscow State University of International Relations

Today we will talk about European affairs. During the upcoming summit, the EU has yet to agree to resume talks on a new cooperation agreement with Russia. What do Moscow and Brussels want to see in the document? The guest to tell us more is a prominent Russian EU expert, Director of European Studies Institute at Moscow State University of International Relations - Mark Entin.