Europe's last frontier?: Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine between Russia and the European Union
Three former western Soviet republics--Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova--now find themselves torn between the European Union and the increasingly assertive Russia. This volume examines the foreign and domestic policies of these republics with an eye to the lasting legacy of Russian domination and the growing attraction of Europe.
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