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Facing the Dilemma of Reintegration Versus Independence in the Transitional Period: Basic Models of CIS Negotiations

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Negotiations within the Former Soviet Union (FSU) are caught between the contrary directions of new independence and old interdependence, or disintegrationist vs. integrationist tendencies. They are necessary to distribute past assets and value, maintain relations and value, and build new value and institutions. Structurally, relations among the 12 states are asymmetrical around a still-dominant Russia. The negotiations follow one of three patterns: dominative, disintegrative, or integrative. However, disintegrative tendencies and structural suspicions tend to result in loose, weak and unenforced agreements, when indeed agreement is possible.

Affiliations: 1: Diplomacy Program, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), 76 Vernadsky Avenue, 117454 Moscow, Russia


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