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The Emerging Autonomous Legal Order of the Eurasian Economic Union


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In this original study of the Eurasian Economic Union, Maksim Karliuk assesses the law and dynamics of functioning of this international organization. Examining the Eurasian Economic Union as an attempt to encourage post-Soviet integration, this book addresses the problematic legal issues of the integration process. Using the legal order autonomy framework, Karliuk carefully selects and organizes the topics included to offer readers a clear, systematic account of the most significant concerns. As well as considering theoretical issues, Karliuk engages with practical solutions to the problems identified. Besides merely outlining the present, this book develops a framework to address gaps and failures in current integration efforts and encourages further research into the complexities of Eurasian integration in the future.

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Rilka Dragneva, University of Birmingham

‘This book offers an excellent expert analysis of the legal regime of the Eurasian Economic Union. It is thoroughly researched and informative, zooming in on critical legal issues and providing a nuanced and stimulating discussion. This should be an essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the workings of Russia’s flagship integration project in Eurasia.’

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