The Risks of Selective Europeanization: Russia and Eastern Europe
Braun, Aurel, International Journal
A LITTLE MORE THAN TEN YEARS AFTER the fall of the Berlin Wall, two intertwined processes are unfolding east of the Oder River: the de-Europeanization of Russia and the re-Europeanization of eastern Europe.(1) The first is more the result of inattention, insensitivity, or, at worst, negligence rather than clear calculation. The second has been conducted with considerable fanfare and has raised great expectations in eastern Europe and caused considerable trepidation in Russia. Both processes and the interaction between them are likely to have profound security implications for the region and for long-term international stability.
THE DE-EUROPEANIZATION OF RUSSIA
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Publication information: Article title: The Risks of Selective Europeanization: Russia and Eastern Europe. Contributors: Braun, Aurel - Author. Journal title: International Journal. Volume: 55. Issue: 3 Publication date: Summer 2000. Page number: 510. © Canadian Institute of International Affairs Fall 1997. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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