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Book chapter

Towards a Union of Europe

P. 137-162.
Karaganov S. A., Bordachev T., Ivanov I., Lukyanov F., Entin M.

 

There have been at least two opportunities in the past two decades (in 1991–1994 and in the early 2000s) to merge the two main parts of modern Europe — Russia and the European Union — into a single community, and make Russia a full-fledged participant in the Euro-Atlantic military and political space. It would have enabled other European states to join it, thus shaping an extensive zone of common human, economic and energy interests, coordinated foreign and defense policies, and a joint strategy with respect to the foreign countries outside that community.  

In book

М.: Национальный исследовательский университет "Высшая школа экономики", 2011.