6 edition of A Focus on Eu-russian Relations found in the catalog.
A Focus on Eu-russian Relations
August 22, 2005
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
While exploring these issues, the essay will maintain a special focus on Ukraine, whose role in the Russia-Europe relationship has historically been and continues to be pivotal. Over the last several years, there has emerged a body of literature that seeks to make sense of the Ukrainian Revolution, of Russia's rift with Europe and of the. Russian-European political relations have always been problematic and one of the main reasons for this is the different perspectives on even the very basic notions and concepts of political life. With a worldwide recession, the problems as well as the opportunities in Russian-European relations are magnified. While most works on Russian-European, Russian-American and Russian-West relations.
Abstract. The European Union (EU) and Russia have developed an intense dialogue that has been deepened and enlarged from the year onwards. Despite growing misunderstandings, the interaction in the institutional framework of cooperation has shown that the existence of a dialogue has been valuable to partially bring together mutual perceptions (especially the EU28 Author: Sandra Fernandes. A focus on EU-Russian relations; towards a close partnership on defined road maps? Rebounding identities; the politics of identity in Russia and Ukraine. Moscow For Global Energy Producer/Consumer Confederation. State-building; a comparative study of Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia. The politics of news; the news of politics, 2d ed.
Johnson tells Putin UK-Russia relations still poisoned 1/19/20, PM CET On sidelines of Libya conference, PM says ties between the two countries cannot return to : Siegfried Mortkowitz. The Valdai Discussion Club was established in It was named after Lake Valdai, which is located close to Veliky Novgorod, where the club’s first meeting took place. The club’s goal is to promote dialogue between Russian and international intellectual elite, and to make an independent, unbiased scientific analysis of political, economic and social events in Russia .
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The book looks at the array of political, security, economic, and social concerns raised by the enlargement process. It incorporates different perspectives from existing and new EU member states, Russian scholars and politicians from Moscow and the northwestern regions of : Paperback.
This book explains how the internal dynamics of transition have influenced the relationship between Russia and the EU. Taking an holistic approach, the authors present a balanced analysis exploring EU, Russian and US perspectives on the Russian-EU relationship and examine a range of political, economic, business and security issues including the Northern dimension of Russian-EU relations 5/5(1).
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This book traces the development of EU-Russia relations in recent years. It argues that a major factor influencing the relationship is the changing internal dynamics of both parties, in Russia’s case an increasingly authoritarian state, in the case of the EU an increasing coherence in its foreign policy as applied to former Soviet countries which Russia regarded as interference in.
The book looks at the array of political, security, economic, and social concerns raised by the enlargement process. It incorporates different perspectives from existing and new EU member states, Russian scholars and politicians from Moscow and the northwestern regions of Russia.
Buy A Focus on EU-Russian Relations by Kirsten Westphal from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Kirsten Westphal. EU-Russian Relations and the Ukraine Crisis.
Introduction On 21 Novemberthen President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, made a surprise announcement that Ukraine would suspend its involve- ment in the European Union’s (EU) Association Agreement (AA) to pursue closer ties with Russia.
For the time being, France is still committed to delivering both Mistrals to Russia, but on the other hand, it is unthinkable that France would help modernise the Russian navy given the aggressive behaviour of Russia in Ukraine and the general future outlook for the whole region – and especially the rather offensive character of the weapon system concerned.
This commentary. The chapter argues that the existing path dependencies in the EU-Russia energy relationship, together with market forces, continue to drive bilateral trade.
While the focus Author: Marco Siddi. Russia relations as expressed by members of the political class and opinion-shapers throughout the continent.
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This book focuses on the economic and political relationships between Russia and Europe, which are currently characterized by the existence and escalation of contradictions. The European Union’s strategy vis-à-vis Russia, as well as the current position of the Russian Federation with regard to ‘Europe’, are put in a larger historical context, which shows the continuities as well as the sudden twists in relations (perceptions and policies) between Europe and Russia.
The focus of this book is the implications of EU enlargement in May for EU-Russian relations. How should the EU and Russia develop their priorities as neighbours. What role could Russia's border regions play in shaping this policy. The book looks at the array of political, security, economic, and social concerns raised by the enlargement Cited by: This book looks at three specific sectors to get a broad snapshot of EU–Russian interaction in their shared neighbourhood: trade, energy and security.
Chapter 3 examines trade as a sector of the EU–Russia–Ukraine triangle. First, a section on the EU’s foreign trade policy towards Ukraine and a section on Russia’s foreign trade policy. The book looks at the array of political, security, economic, and social concerns raised by the enlargement process.
It incorporates different perspectives from existing and new EU member states, Russian scholars and politicians from Moscow and the northwestern regions of : Taylor And Francis. This book assesses the competitive and contentious EU–Russia relationship in relation to Ukraine from tofocusing on the important areas of trade, energy and security.
The key issue explored is whether this relationship played any meaningful role in the deterioration of the situation in Ukraine since late Author: Nicholas R. Smith. This book analyzes the role of strategic communication in Russia-EU relations, addressing security, international relations and economic issues.
The international team of researchers focus on the challenges of the current unstable international equilibrium and opportunities for a. The focus of this book is the implications of EU enlargement in May for EU-Russian relations. How should the EU and Russia develop their priorities as neighbours.
What role could Russia's border regions play in shaping this policy. The temporal focus is on the period between November and May The course is organized into five lectures and covers such key events in EU-Russia relations as the Eastern Partnership Summits in Vilnius and Riga; the Sochi Olympics; the annexation of Crimea; as well as the imposition of EU’s sanctions on Russia and the Kremlin’s food embargo on European.
EU-Russia Relations. Having undergone a period of stagnation (–), relations between the European Union and Russia are now going through a period of depression (present) that is rooted in a series of misunderstandings and frustration.
Synopsis “This book is a timely reminder of the ties that join Russia and the European Union and the opportunities that still exist to improve a troubled relationship. The book does not shy away from the difficulties that the relationship currently faces, but seeks to find opportunities in these obstacles that could lead to : Evgeny Pashentsev.
Written by Martin Russell, While EU-Russia relations had long been difficult, in they took an abrupt turn for the worse, after Ukraine signed an association agreement with the EU, and Russia responded with attacks on its former ally in spring The latest setback came in Octoberfollowing Western condemnation of Russia's part.Over the past decade, the EU and China have expanded their relations beyond a focus on economic and trade issues to the sphere of security.
Taking a broad definition of security, a multidisciplinary approach, and a comparative perspective (including scholars from both Europe and China), this book provides an in-depth analysis of the extent to which the EU and China .