Ten years ago the EU and six partner countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – established Eastern Partnership (EaP), a joint initiative to promote a more institutionalised relationship of cooperation between them. The aim was to provide a pathway for these countries to deepen their relations with the EU in the absence of membership perspective and to achieve regional synergy. However, while Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine signed association agreements with the EU, political stability and economic prospects in the region are facing notable challenges. Furthermore, the Russian annexation of Crimea and military destabilisation of eastern Ukraine dramatically altered the security landscape. This FIIA seminar will examine the key achievements of EaP and the evolution of the initiative in recent years, and debate whether there is a future for a joint regional approach. The seminar aims to contribute to the so-called post-2020 planning process on the future of Eastern Partnership.