Russia, Eastern Europe and Central European EU Members after the Ukrainian Crisis. Alternative Options of International Behaviors

Joachim Jerzy Diec

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The Ukrainian crisis provoked controversial behaviors in Eastern Europe. Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its support for the rebel republics revealed specific interests, which focus on regaining control over the area rather than economic profits or political stability whereas Central European actors target at building a buffer zone including Ukraine. The situation is equally intelligible in terms of all major descriptive paradigms and allows to draw several scenarios of foreseeable behaviors.

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Ukraine; Russia; Eastern Europe; Central Europe; foreign policy; international behavior; interests; realism; liberalism; constructivism

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