This article is devoted to the problem of the reaction to the Eastern Partnership by Russia’s both the political establishment and the expert community. The question of reactions to the Eastern Partnership in the target countries has been extensively posed in academic literature. However, the question of Russia’s reaction to the Eastern Partnership, one of the most important actors of the region, has been rarely raised by the academic community. A wide array of factors impacted Russian elites’ perception of the Eastern Partnership — from problematic issues in the EU-Russia relations to the post-Soviet states’ political and economic transformation. Studying the dynamics and peculiarities of Russia’s perspective on the Eastern Partnership makes it possible to draw meaningful conclusions on the nature of Russia's phobias that fuel its domestic and foreign policy.
Russia’s perceptions and misperceptions of the EU Eastern Partnership
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Igor Gretskiy, Evgeny Treshchenkov, Konstantin Golubev; Russia’s perceptions and misperceptions of the EU Eastern Partnership. Communist and Post-Communist Studies 1 December 2014; 47 (3-4): 375–383. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.postcomstud.2014.10.006
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