Between East and West: Attitudes toward Political and Economic Integration in Russia and Ukraine, 1993–2001
Russia and Ukraine are marginally democratic and market states on the border of the EU. Progress toward their inclusion in Europe and the West is, therefore, of great potential importance, both to the democratic and economic consolidation of these states themselves and to the broader security and stability of Europe. However, the character and over-time dynamics of public support for Western integration, and how these may interact with elite politics in each country, remain relatively obscure.
KeywordsCommunist Party Democratic Party Social Democratic Party Economic Norm Electoral Choice
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