Viorel Ursu

Viorel Ursu is a Senior Policy Analyst at Open Society Foundations. He specialises in EU External Relations with eastern Eastern Europe, Human Rights and Rule of Law.

He has been involved in developing and implementing strategies for civil society development in Moldova, including in the Transnistrian region, and managed a grantmaking program supporting community development, social integration of minorities, and human rights promotion.



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    Written by: Iryna Solonenko All articles by Iryna Solonenko
    Written by: Viorel Ursu All articles by Viorel Ursu

    In 2009 six post-Soviet nations signed up to the EU Eastern Partnership, aimed at deepening political cooperation and economic integration. Progress has been uneven because old habits die hard and closer integration with the EU has many opponents. Viorel Ursu and Iryna Solonenko consider the varying levels of success

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