Belarus is perhaps the least changed of all the former Soviet states, with its authoritarian regime, non-liberalized economy and close links with Russia. Yet following enlargement it will be an immediate neighbor of the EU and a major crossing-point between east and west, whether for people, drugs or energy supplies. This book looks at Belarus’s checkered history since independence, its internal development and international relations, and considers prospects for change both before and after enlargement, and how the EU might best respond. Contributors include a wide range of academics and officials, professionals and practitioners, from Belarus, EU countries and beyond.
|Teitl||The EU and Belarus: Between Moscow and Brussels|
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|Statws||Cyhoeddwyd - 2001|