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Principled pragmatism in practice : the EU’s policy towards Russia after Crimea

Fabienne Bossuyt (UGent) and Peter Van Elsuwege (UGent)
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As the EU’s relations with Russia remain at an all-time low and continue to be in a state of paralysis, marked by de-institutionalisation, inertia and estrangement, the EU’s policy towards Russia seems up for review. By taking stock of the implementation of the EU’s Global Strategy and the five principles that are guiding EU-Russia relations, this volume provides a forward-looking angle and contributes to a better understanding of the current EU-Russia relationship and the prospects for overcoming the existing deadlock. By bringing together European and Russian scholars and adopting an interdisciplinary perspective that combines insights from EU studies, international relations, and European and international law, the book provides a comprehensive and holistic view on the state of affairs in EU-Russia relations.

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MLA
Bossuyt, Fabienne, and Peter Van Elsuwege, editors. Principled Pragmatism in Practice : The EU’s Policy towards Russia after Crimea. Vol. 19, Brill, 2021, doi:10.1163/9789004453715.
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Bossuyt, F., & Van Elsuwege, P. (Eds.). (2021). Principled pragmatism in practice : the EU’s policy towards Russia after Crimea. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004453715
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Bossuyt, Fabienne, and Peter Van Elsuwege, eds. 2021. “Principled Pragmatism in Practice : The EU’s Policy towards Russia after Crimea.” Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004453715.
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Bossuyt, Fabienne, and Peter Van Elsuwege, eds. 2021. “Principled Pragmatism in Practice : The EU’s Policy towards Russia after Crimea.” Leiden: Brill. doi:10.1163/9789004453715.
Vancouver
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Bossuyt F, Van Elsuwege P, editors. Principled pragmatism in practice : the EU’s policy towards Russia after Crimea. Vol. 19. Leiden: Brill; 2021.
IEEE
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F. Bossuyt and P. Van Elsuwege, Eds., “Principled pragmatism in practice : the EU’s policy towards Russia after Crimea,” vol. 19. Brill, Leiden, 2021.
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