Launched in 2001 to facilitate the normalisation of diplomatic, economic and cultural relations through structured high-level dialogue between America, Europe and Russia, the AMEURUS Initiative was based on the assumption that a privileged arc of cooperation from Vancouver to Vladivostok is a condition for stability in a globalised world.
Consisting of high-level policy meetings of the European Strategy Group and targeted policy briefings with leading figures such as Chancellor Merkel and Dr. Kissinger, the initiative worked to develop critical relationships, shift the normative debate and generate fresh, long-range thinking in the interests of mutually productive engagement
'Fireside Chat' with Sergey Aleksashenko
AMEURUS Policy Luncheon
2 December 2009
AMEURUS: Meeting of the European Strategy Group
Exploring New Vehicles for Strategic Engagement with Russia
3 March 2009
'Fireside Chat' with Henry Kissinger
A Briefing on Relations with Russia
27 June 2008
Europe and Russia
Defining a New Economic and Strategic Engagement
20 - 21 June 2008
Research and Policy Papers
Lord Owen, March 2009
In this paper, the former UK Foreign Secretary and EU peace negotiator argues that, in dealing with the EU's relationship with the Russian Federation, it might be beneficial to to ask ourselves how we envision that relationship in 2020.
Sir Stephen Wall and Professor James Goldgeier, February 2007
These essays and commentaries were prepared as part of an international conference held in Washington DC in February 2007, organised by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, ISD and the Europaeum.