How the EU can help Russia

David Gowan
05 January 2001

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is starting to take the EU seriously, as an entity in its own right. But many Russians feel ambiguous about the EU's development, particularly its enlargement into Eastern Europe. In 'How the EU can help Russia', David Gowan analyses the state of EU-Russia relations and suggests ways in which the two sides can enhance their economic and political ties.

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