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New book on EU-Russia relations

24 January 2018

Routledge has published a new book on EU-Russia relations, edited by Tom Casier (BSIS) and Joan DeBardeleben (Carleton University). The book was launched at an event in Ottawa on 18 January 2018.

The book is entitled 'EU-Russia relations in crisis. Understanding diverging perceptions'. It contains contributions of leading scholars in the field and is the result of a Jean Monnet project on the same topic, coordinated by the University of Kent (2013-2016). The volume presents a new approach to EU-Russia relations by focusing on the role of images on both sides (EU and Russia) on different levels (bilateral, regional, multilateral) and in different policy fields (energy, minorities, regional integration, multilateral institutions). It presents one of the most complete overviews of EU-Russia relations to date.

Links:

Book: https://www.routledge.com/EU-Russia-Relations-in-Crisis-Understanding-Diverging-Perceptions/Casier-DeBardeleben/p/book/9781138215061

Event in Ottawa : https://carleton.ca/eureast/cu-events/workshop-the-european-union-and-russia-where-now/

Jean Monnet project: https://www.kent.ac.uk/brussels/studying/research/projects/jeanmonnet.html

 

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