Russia Should Drop “You Are with Us or Against Us” Mantra

Date: 10-24-2013 | Category: Articles, Europe, Geopolitics, In the News, Russia and Eurasia

Recently, several of Russia’s “younger siblings,” such as Ukraine and Moldova, finally got a chance to partially break from the Russian bear hug and opt for a closer integration with the West. They are members of the Eastern Partnership with the European Union, a close cooperation program with the EU, and are planning to sign an Association Agreement and a deep and comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU at a summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, next month. By Ivan Benovic and Ariel Cohen The Heritage Foundation October 24, 2013

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