Item description for Russia and Europe in a Changing International Environment (Baillet Latour Leerstoel) by K. Malfliet...
After the collapse of the Soviet Union ten years ago, the Russian Federation was confronted with the task to develop new relations with states and organizations on the international scene. The relations with the European Union have increasingly become a key priority in Russia's foreign policy. The European Union in its turn attaches more and more importance to the new Russia and the constant processes of political reform and economic development in this vast country. This book approaches the issue of Euro-Russian relations from a multidisciplinary point of view. It analyses from a political, historical, cultural and economical angle to which extent the relations between the Russian Federation and the European Union have developed so far.
Apart from a factual overview, the authors also look deeper into the key issues as well as the flaws of this evolving relationship. In separate chapters, Russian or European approaches are given to Russian Security Policy and the relation with NATO, the European Union's Russian Policy, values perception in Russia and Europe, Russia's relationship with the outsider states and Europe's dual enlargement, the economic relations between Russia and the European Union, and the 'Strategic Partnership' that Russia and the European Union are developing.
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Studio: Cornell University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.5"
Release Date Jun 30, 2002
Publisher Cornell University Press
ISBN 905867195X ISBN13 9789058671950
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