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The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations

Structures, Actors, Issues

Tatiana Romanova (Redaktør) ; Maxine David (Redaktør)

The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations offers a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in relations between the EU and Russia provided by leading experts in the field.


Coherently organised into seven parts, the book provides a structure through which EU-Russia relations can be studied in a comprehensive yet manageable fashion. Les mer
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The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations offers a comprehensive overview of the changing dynamics in relations between the EU and Russia provided by leading experts in the field.


Coherently organised into seven parts, the book provides a structure through which EU-Russia relations can be studied in a comprehensive yet manageable fashion. It provides readers with the tools to deliver critical analysis of this sometimes volatile and polarising relationship, so new events and facts can be conceptualised in an objective and critical manner. Informed by high-quality academic research and key bilateral data/statistics, it further brings scope, balance and depth, with chapters contributed by a range of experts from the EU, Russia and beyond. Chapters deal with a wide range of policy areas and issues that are highly topical and fundamental to understanding the continuing development of EU-Russia relations, such as political and security relations, economic relations, social relations and regional and global governance.


The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations aims to promote dialogue between the different research agendas in EU-Russia relations, as well as between Russian and Western scholars and, hopefully, also between civil societies. As such, it will be an essential reference for scholars, students, researchers, policymakers and journalists interested and working in the fields of Russian politics/studies, EU studies/politics, European politics/studies, post-Communist/post-Soviet politics and international relations.


The Routledge Handbook of EU-Russia Relations is part of a mini-series Europe in the World Handbooks examining EU-regional relations established by Professor Wei Shen.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction - Through a Handbook: The Study of EU-Russia Relations


Tatiana Romanova and Maxine David





Part 1: Evolving Relations





1. The History of Russia-European Union Relations


Konstantin Khudoley and aciejRas





2. The Dynamics of State and Societal Actors in Russia's Policy on the EU


Tatiana Romanova





3. Intra-European Union Dynamics: The Interplay of Divergences and Convergences


Sandra Fernandes





4. The Normative Deadlock in EU-Russia Relations: Hegemony without Influence


Viacheslav Morozov





5. Ideas and Normative Competition in EU-Russian Relations


Joan DeBardeleben





Part 2: Theories, Methods and Learning





6. Realism and the Study of EU-Russian Relations


Nicholas Ross Smith and Anastassiya Yuchshenko





7. Power in EU-Russia Relations: More than Meets the Eye


Tom Casier





8. (Neo-)Institutionalism


Natalia Zaslavskaya





9. Europeanisation


Paul Flenley





10. Methods of Economic Analysis


Vasily Astrov





11. Constructivism in the Study of EU-Russian Relations


Petr Kratochvil





12. The EU-Russia Relationship through the Lens of Postcolonial Theory


Elena Pavlova





Part 3: Political and Security Relations





13. Political and Security Relationship


Dmitry Danilov





14. The EU and the Russian Federation and Human Rights: Similar Vocabularies, Opposing Grammars


Rick Fawn





15. The Human Rights Agenda in EU-Russia Relations: From A Political to Politicised Dialogue


Larisa Deriglazova





16. Cyber Security in EU-Russia Relations


Elena Chernenko





17. EU-Russian Relations in Justice and Home Affairs: A Mismatch between Form and Content?


Anna A. Dekalchuk





18. The Member States in EU-Russia Relations: Drivers of Cooperation and Sources of Conflict


Anke Schmidt-Felzmann





19. Legal Approximation: The Russian Perspective


Mark Entin and Paul Kalinichenko





Part 4: Economic Relations





20. Russia-EU Economic Relations: From moderate pull to normative push?


Richard Connolly and Andras Deak





21. EU-Russia Energy Relations


Irina Kustova





22. Policy of Sanctions in Russia-EU Relations


Ivan Timofeev





23. EU-EAEU Common Economic Space


Yuri Kofner and Dmitry Erokhin





24. EU-Russia Relations in the Science and Technology Field: the Persistence of the Legal Framework in the Context of Selective Engagement


Paul Kalinichenko





Part 5: Social Relations





25. Civil Society in the EU-Russia Relations


Elena Belokurova and Andrey Demidov





26. Building Trust through Academic Cooperation?


Larisa Deriglazova and Sirke Makinen





27. EU-Russia Cultural Relations and Identity Politics


Liubov Fadeeva





28. Unsocial Media in the EU and Russia


Maxine David





29. Epistemic Communities in EU-Russia Relations: A Dialogue of the Deaf?


Sabine Fischer





Part 6: Regional Relations





30. EU, Russia and the Question of Kaliningrad


Pertti Joenniemi





31. The Northern Dimension


Dmitry A. Lanko





32. EU-Russian Cross-Border Cooperation, Its Instruments and Programmes


Gleb Yarovoy





33. Russia and the EU in the Arctic


Alexander Sergunin





34. From a 'Common' to a 'Contested' Neighbourhood: Connecting Levels of Analysis in EU-Russia Interaction


Laure Delcour





Part 7: EU, Russia and Global Governance





35. Russia in the Liberal World Order


Maxine David and Ruth Deyermond





36. EU-Russia-US Relations: Diverging visions on European security


Maria Raquel Freire





37. Russia and the EU in Asia


Vasilii Kashin





38. The EU, Russia and the Middle East


Tuomas Forsberg





39. EU-Russia Relations in Multilateral Governmental Frameworks


Elena Kropatcheva





40. Unrealised Potential: The EU and Russia in Regional Multilateral Institutions


Sergey Utkin

Om forfatteren

Tatiana Romanova is Associate Professor at St. Petersburg State University and at HSE University, Russia.


Maxine David is Assistant Professor at Leiden University, the Netherlands.