Understanding Conflict Between Russia and the EU: The Limits of Integration (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies)
By: Sergei Prozorov (author)Paperback
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This book the conflicting issues in EU-Russian relations and presents an innovative theory for the understanding of their emergence. Drawing on up-to-date research data, the author argues that conflicts in EU-Russian relations are generated by the clash of principles of state sovereignty and international integration.
SERGEI PROZOROV received his PhD at the University of Tampere, Finland and is currently Professor of International Relations at Petrozavodsk State University, Russia. He is the author of Political Pedagogy of Technical Assistance (2004).
Preface Approaching EU-Russian Conflicts: Beyond Transitionalism and Traditionalism A European Country Outside Europe: EU Enlargement and the Problematic of Exclusion From Object to Subject: Intersubjectivity and the Problematic of Self-exclusion Sovereignty and Integration in EU-Russian Encounters: An Interpretative Model of Conflict Analysis Dissensual Interfaces: Interactional Asymmetries and EU-Russian Conflicts Equivalent Interfaces: The Limits of Integration and the Stability of Sovereignty The Persistence of Sovereignty: Russia and the EU at the Limit of Integration Bibliography Index
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