ISBN-10:
1138639133
ISBN-13:
9781138639133
Pub. Date:
04/06/2016
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Modernisation in EU-Russian Relations: Past, Present and Future / Edition 1

Modernisation in EU-Russian Relations: Past, Present and Future / Edition 1

by Maxine David, Tatiana Romanova
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ISBN-13: 9781138639133
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/06/2016
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)

About the Author

Maxine David is Lecturer in European Studies at the University of Surrey. She is a Foreign Policy analyst, specialising in the EU and Russia. She is one of the editors of and a contributing author to National Perspectives on Russia: European Foreign Policy in the Making? (Routledge; 2013). She has also published on gender and the European Neighbourhood Policy and is currently writing a monograph on Putin’s foreign policy through the lens of the agency-structure debate. Maxine is also Editor of the Journal of Contemporary European Research.

Tatiana Romanova is an associate professor at St Petersburg State University, she holds a Jean Monnet Chair and runs the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence there. She was one of three editors for an edited collection on EU-Russian relations, bringing together Russian and Polish perspectives on various aspects of these relations (EU-Russian Relations; 2012)) and has authored multiple articles and book chapters on EU-Russian relations, including economic cooperation, legal approximation, modernisation, the energy dialogue and restrictive measures.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Modernisation in EU-Russian Relations: Past, Present and Future Maxine David and Tatiana Romanova

Chapter 2: The Partnership for Modernisation: Contradictions of the Russian Modernisation Agenda Paul Flenley

Chapter 3: Economic Modernisation in Russia: The Role of the World Trade Organization Richard Connolly

Chapter 4: The Partnership for Modernisation through the Three Level-of-Analysis Perspectives Tatiana Romanova

Chapter 5: Can the Partnership for Modernisation Help Promote the EU-Russia Strategic Partnership? Marina Larionova

Chapter 6: The Modernisation Debate and Russian-German Normative Cleavages Andrey Makarychev and Stefan Meister

Chapter 7: New Social Media: Modernisation and Democratisation in Russia Maxine David

Chapter 8: The Russian Federation and European Union against Corruption: A Slight Misunderstanding? Elena Pavlova

Chapter 9: The Modernisation Agenda in Russian Foreign Policy Maria Raquel Freire and Licinia Simão

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