Ukraine and the Slav triangle

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Ukraine and the Slav triangle
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2014. No 2. P. 9-27



Abstract

Although after 1991 the Ukraine foreign policy was a multi-vector one, the Euro-Atlantic direction prevailed in it. Kiev aspired for integration into the EU structures and distanced itself from integration processes in the post-Soviet space. Establishment of a FTA between Ukraine and the European Union and curtailment of economic ties with Russia and Belarus will cause escalation of crisis events in the Ukrainian economy.


Keywords

Ukraine,  Euro-Atlantic direction,  Ukrainian economy


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For citation:
Godin Y. Ukraine and the Slav triangle. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2014, No 2, pp. 9-27



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