By S. Prozorov
Realizing clash among Russia and the ecu addresses the conflictual concerns in EU-Russian relatives and provides an cutting edge conception for the certainty in their emergence. Drawing on up to date study information, the writer argues that conflicts in EU-Russian kin are generated through the conflict of ideas of kingdom sovereignty and overseas integration, which symbolize the guidelines of either side.
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For Chizhov, the frequently reported problems in acquiring Schengen visas are by no means mere indicators of low efficiency but have a clear political grounding in the ongoing ‘othering’ of Russia in administrative practices: Every day the personnel of the [European] embassies may observe crowds of people, who line up, for a second or a third time, at consular offices in order to get a positive decision on their application. One also knows all too well about the humiliating ‘interviews’ at the consular offices of Schengen states, not to speak of the piles of documents that Russians must present to prove their law-abiding status to be granted permission to make a visit to one of the Schengen states on a prepaid holiday package.
Insofar as Interreg remains a programme designed and managed by the EU, without any Russian participation, the line of exclusion is thus drawn even within such cooperative projects as the Euregio. The second mode of the negative impact of the EU, addressed by Cronberg, concerns the stringency of the visa regime between Russia and Finland as a member of the Schengen agreement. The strict visa regime is the primary obstacle to the further development of cross-border cooperation within the framework of the Euregio.
The book concludes with an outline of an alternative mode of managing EU–Russian relations as, first and foremost, international relations, characterised by the requirement of the recognition of legitimate difference between the interacting parties. The path of development of EU–Russian relations that we shall term ‘common European 26 Understanding Conflict between Russia and the EU pluralism’ departs from the pattern of mutual delimitation of sovereignties, yet goes considerably further than a mere structural delimitation of difference in its requirement of the relaxation of sovereign identities of the interacting parties, which enables the proliferation and institutionalisation of cooperative arrangements that may be both transitory and permanent.