A European or a Slavic Choice? Foreign Policy and Public Attitudes in Post-Soviet Europe
In the discussion that follows we focus upon this wider public dimension of the process of eastward enlargement, and upon the distribution of opinion within our four countries on the place they occupy within a changing international order. Do ordinary citizens in these countries, for instance, think of themselves as 'Europeans'? Or as members of a distinctive civilisation, sharing some but not all of the values of their Western counterparts? More generally, what support is there for a 'European...[Show more]
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