|Title: ||Ukraine - A Partial but Reluctant CIS Member|
|Citation: ||In: Dusseault, D. (Ed.), The CIS - Form Over Substance?, 131-149|
|Publisher: ||Helsinki, Finland: University of Helsinki, Aleksanteri Institute (Kikimora Publications)|
|Issue Date: ||2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.kikimora-publications.com/|
|Abstract: ||"More than ever do we need a fresh look at what has happened to the post-Soviet space in the last five or six years, rather than the bits and pieces we normally focus on, even large bits, such as the evolution in Russia. This book uses the CIS as a point of departure, not as a decisive or even a very substantive institution, but as a shell for examining the myriad complex dynamics shaping critical bilateral relationships, giving rise to more compelling regional and sub-regional security and economic collaborations, and by the month transforming international relations in this vital part of the world. A welcomeprod to widen our analytical perspective".
Robert Legvold, Marshall Shulman Professor of political Science, Columbia University|
|Keywords: ||International relations|
Former Soviet Union
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
|Appears in Collections: ||Europe: Trend and Transformation Research Group|
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