|Author (Person)||Jarabik, Balazs|
|Publisher||Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Diálogo Exterior [FRIDE]|
|Series Title||Policy Brief|
|Series Details||No.159, June 2013|
The new integration process reflects Moscow’s efforts to create a supranational regulatory framework inspired on the European Union. However, many obstacles prevail. Belarus, for example, has no interest in pressing for a full-fledged Eurasian Union unless it is on its own terms.
While Central Europe and the Baltic states were willing to pay the price of hard reforms to achieve their European dream, Belarus wishes to get paid for Eurasian integration.
|Countries / Regions||Belarus, Eastern Europe, Russia|