Expanding Eurasia: Russia's European Ambitions (Significant Issues Series)

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Moscow's overarching ambition toward Europe is to expand the "Eurasian space" in which Russia is the dominant political player. For Moscow, "Eurasianism" involves two interconnected strategies: transforming Europe into an appendage of the Russian sphere of influence and debilitating Euro-Atlanticism by undercutting Europe's connections with the United States. The most effective and realistic long-term Western strategy toward Russia needs to combine "practical engagement" with "strategic assertiveness." Practical engagement focuses on the pursuit of cooperative relations where Western and Russian interests coincide, as in countering international terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction or in the resolution of regional conflicts where Moscow can play a constructive role. Strategic assertiveness, as an essential complementary approach, must focus on vital long-range Western interests where Russia's negative policies can be effectively countered by the European Union and NATO working in tandem to strengthen transatlanticism. As a primary principle, all NATO-EU allies must avoid compromising core interests through agreements with Russia that sacrifice one Western security priority to gain Kremlin support in another arena. Such compromises not only undermine Europe's commitment to expand democratic security but also permit Russia to implement its Eurasian agenda.

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Janusz Bugajski is director of the CSIS New European Democracies Project and senior fellow with the CSIS Europe Program. He is the author of numerous books, including America's New Allies: Central-Eastern Europe and the Transatlantic Link, with Ilona Teleki (CSIS, 2006); Kosova Rising: From Occupation to Independence (Koha, 2006); Cold Peace: Russia s New Imperialism (Praeger, 2004), and Political Parties of Eastern Europe (M.E. Sharpe, 2002).

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Janusz Bugajski has presented a masterful study of Russian foreign policy in Europe. [He] makes clear why it is so essential, not only for the United States but also for its partners, to devise alternatives to the present energy status quo. ... To understand Moscow's goals and modus operandi throughout Europe, this book is essential reading--and not only in Washington --Stephen Blank, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania

Putin s Russia is a neo-imperialist state struggling for regional hegemony. And the post-post-Cold War in Europe could turn out to be more disruptive than the Cold War itself. This is the principal argument of this well-written, thoroughly documented, and provocative analysis. The fact that Bugajski made this argument prior to Russia's invasion of Georgia makes it a must-read. --Ivan Krastev, Center for Liberal Strategies, Sofia, Bulgaria

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