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This multifaceted analysis of E.U.–Russian relations investigates competing models of international society and unveils multiple alternatives both the EU and Russia can draw on in their policies toward each other. Assessing the repercussions of ongoing E.U.–Russian discord, the volume reveals the interconnectedness of the discourses dominating the E.U. and Russia while also accounting for their deep-seated disconnect.
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Andrey Makarychev is Professor at the Institute of Government and Politics, University of Tartu. Previously he held research and teaching positions at Free University of Berlin, Danish Institute for International Studies (Copenhagen), Center for Conflict Studies (ETH Zurich), and George Mason University (Virginia, USA).Review:
At a time when Western-Russian relations are in marked decline, Makarychev provides a well-structured, theoretically informed and empirically rich account of the state and prospects of EU-Russia relations today. Providing concrete and well-argued policy recommendations, this book comes at the right moment in time, and should find a wide readership among both Western and Russian observers and makers of foreign policy alike. (Andreas Umland, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy)
Andrey Makarychev is a true pioneer in the application of constructivist framework of analysis to the study of EU-Russia relations. This is a book that masterfully analyses the clash of identities ad communicative disconnect between the EU and Russia. And it does so by looking at the changing identities of both players. Makarychev brilliantly uses the latest theoretical tools to give the reader a deeper understanding of what the EU-Russia relationship is about. (Nicu Popescu, EU Institute for Security Studies, Paris)
A fresh illumination of the core relationship in europe, i.e. between Germany and Rusisa. This book offers reflection in the best way: provoking both, agreement and disagreement. That makes it a truly constructive contribution. (Klaus Segbers, Free University of Berlin)
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