Europe in the World

Russian foreign policy with special reference to its western neighbours

15 July 2005
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)



Concerns have grown in recent years about the direction of Russia's foreign policy - particularly regarding countries in its traditional "sphere of influence." This Issue Paper by the EPC's Fraser Cameron and Jarek Domanski examines trends in Russian foreign policy, with a special focus on Russia's approach to countries in its neighbourhood. It argues that the EU must speak with one voice on Russia and take a principled stand in defending the Union's values in its dealings with Moscow.

Russian foreign policy with special reference to its western neighbours

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