A study recently conducted at the Center for EU-Russia Studies [http:ceurus.ut.ee/] of the University of Tartu and financed by the Estonian Research Mobility Scheme (ERMOS) looks at the European Parliament’s voting stance towards Russia and at legislators’ attitudes when EU’s relations with Moscow are concerned. The analysis includes the current and past parliamentary term, thereby covering a period that goes from 2004 to 2013.One of the study’s key assets is to measure legislators’ favorability towards Moscow based on the analysis of the expressed vote...
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