: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Russian-Hungarian déja-vu?

By Grigorij Mesežnikov. Photo: TAST/APRelations of Central European countries with other states are nowadays mainly determined by their belonging to the collective West. Central European countries’ membership in the EU and NATO which resulted from the complex social transformation and geopolitical turnover after the fall of the communist regimes has set the framework for their bilateral relations with any other country in the world.Russia and Central EuropeRelationship with Russia is not any exception. Moreover, the considerations about possible developments eastward from the Western boundaries of Poland, Slovakia and Hungary served at certain time as one of the strongest arguments in …read more

Source: The Central European Policy Institute

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