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Some Ramifications of Enlargement on the EU-Russia Relations and the Schengen Regime

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The coming enlargement provides for moving the EU borders closer to Russia, with Lithuania and Poland surrounding a part of Russia, thus creating an enclave. This is a new phenomenon in the history of European integration, which has raised issues, such as flexibility in border crossing or the establishment of border agreements between the ex-Soviet countries. From the EU side this puzzle of security concerns also involves states of a field further. This article describes the Russian perspective on the Schengen regime.


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