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A wider Europe means a new relationship with a changing Russia. But there are serious choices to be made on both sides about the obstacles to that relationship, and about the factors that can make possible a form of ‘inclusion without membership’. In this authoritative work, which draws on an extensive programme of interviews with Russian decision-makers as well as a body of new survey evidence and recent published debates, Allison, Light and White examine recent changes in Russia's relations with the European Union, NATO and other international actors, and explore the patterns of support for these various orientations among the Russian public. A final chapter looks forward to the issues that will become increasingly prominent in the near future, including further enlargement of the EU and Russia's relations with its closest neighbours.
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Richard Sakwa (born 1953) is Professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent. He writes books about Russian and Eastern European communist and post-communist politics.
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