Scholars affiliated with the Centre for EU-Russia Studies have published widely on various aspects of the EU-Russia relationship. The relevant academic publications include monographs and edited volumes, as well as journal articles and book chapters. The results of policy-relevant research have been published in the form of policy reports and briefings commissioned by EU institutions and national governments as well as international research institutes and think tanks.
CEURUS publishes the EU-Russia Watch, an an annual report on the relations between individual EU member states and the Russian Federation. Moreover, the EU-Russia Paper Series includes analyses on topical issues by both CEURUS-affiliated as well as external experts, scholars and policy practitioners. Scholars affiliated with CEURUS also regularly contribute to the international and Estonian media.
Finally, CEURUS associated scholar and UT visiting law professor William Simons is general editor of both the quarterly law journal Review of Central and East European Law (1973-) and the monograph series Law in Eastern Europe (1957-). Both publications critically examine issues of legal doctrine and practice in the CIS and CEE regions.
For a complete list of publications by CEURUS scholars, see the individual scholar profiles here