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Dead-letter regimes in the post-Soviet space: Strategies and communication E. F. Troitskiy

By: Troitskiy, Evgeny FMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Subject(s): Евразийский экономический союз | коммуникативное действие | стратегическое действие | Организация договора о коллективной безопасности | режим мертвой буквы | постсоветское пространствоGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Global society Vol. 34, № 2. P. 206-225Abstract: This article explores why dead-letter regimes, sets of norms and institutions with low efficiency and few expectations of tangible output, have become an enduring feature of international politics in the post-Soviet space. It focuses on the Collective Security Treaty Organization and the Eurasian Economic Union, the two regional regimes promoted by Russia. The article analyzes their emergence and evolution, normative frameworks, performance and member states’ expectations. It argues that, while mostly failing as instruments of strategic action, these regimes have become conduits of communicative action and arenas enabling member states to enact specific international roles.
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This article explores why dead-letter regimes, sets of norms and
institutions with low efficiency and few expectations of tangible
output, have become an enduring feature of international politics
in the post-Soviet space. It focuses on the Collective Security
Treaty Organization and the Eurasian Economic Union, the two
regional regimes promoted by Russia. The article analyzes their
emergence and evolution, normative frameworks, performance
and member states’ expectations. It argues that, while mostly
failing as instruments of strategic action, these regimes have
become conduits of communicative action and arenas enabling
member states to enact specific international roles.

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