Post-Cold War Identity Politics: Northern and Baltic Experiences

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Abbreviations

BEAR

Barents Euro-Arctic Region

BOPS

Baltic Oill Pipeline System

BSA

Baltic Sea Area

BSSSC

Baltic Sea States Sub-regional Co-operation

B-7

Baltic Sea Seven Islands Co-operation Network

CBSS

Council of Baltic Sea States

CEE

Central and Eastern Europe

CIS

Commonwealth of Independent States

CSR

Common Strategy on Russia

ESDP

European Security and Defence Policy

ESRC

Economic and Social Research Council

EU

European Union

EVA

Centre for Finnish Business and Policy Studies

FSU

Former Soviet Union

GUUAM

Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Moldova

HELCOM

Helsinki Commission

IGC

Inter-governmental Conference

IMF

International Monetary Fund

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

ND

Northern Dimension

NDI

Northern Dimension Initiative

NGOs

non-governmental organizations

NKVD

Narodnyi Komitet Vnutrennykh Del [National Committee of Internal Affairs]

NMD

National Missile Defence

OSCE

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe

PACE

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

PCA

Partnership and Co-operation Agreement

RSFSR

Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic

TACIS

Technical Assistance to the Commonwealth of Independent States

UBC

Union of Baltic Cities

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