The Discursive Resistance to EU-Enticement: The Russian Elite and (the Lack of) Europeanisation

@article{Kratochvil2008TheDR,
  title={The Discursive Resistance to EU-Enticement: The Russian Elite and (the Lack of) Europeanisation},
  author={P. Kratochvil},
  journal={Europe-Asia Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={397 - 422}
}
Abstract This article explores the discourse of the Russian elite on foreign policy in general and on the European Union in particular, and identifies the main reasons for Russia's resistance to Europeanisation. At a theoretical level, the article builds upon the study of discourse conceived in ‘structural’ terms, and argues that discursive incompatibility at a deeper discursive level prevents the socialisation of elite members to attitudes more sympathetic to Europe at a more superficial level… Expand
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