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Vol. LXVIII- Issue 5 (2017)

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  • Preferences, approaches and influence: the Central and Eastern EU member states and the EU’s policies towards the post-Soviet space, by Fabienne Bossuyt
  • Political cohesion and coordination of Nordic Plus and CEEC EU member states in Eastern Europe, by Dorina Baltag
  • Preference formation of officials working for an EU Council Presidency
    The Lithuanian Presidency of 2013 and the Eastern Partnership, by Bruno Vandecasteele
  • “Hard security” vs. “Big Business”? Explaining Romania’s and Bulgaria’s responses to the conflict in Ukraine by Roxana Hincu and Giselle Bosse
  • Central and Eastern European perceptions of the Eurasian Economic Union Between economic opportunities and fear of renewed Russian hegemony by Fabienne Bossuyt
  • Central and Eastern European countries shaping the EU’s border policy towards the post-Soviet space
    Case study: Kaliningrad by Edina Lilla Mészáros