While many such countries were granted a membership or a prospect of membership in these organisations, other European post-communist countries were not offered accession or the prospect of membership in the EU and NATO.

The question is which factors account for such significant variation in accession to the EU and NATO among European post-communist countries.

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ABSTRACT: The article examines the phenomenon of ‘multi-vector’ foreign policies that have been adopted by a variety of states in Russia and the EU common neighbourhood.

It traces the origins of ‘multi-vector’ foreign policy to a series of asymmetric bargaining ‘games’ between smaller states and two competing regional powers over the terms of cooperation.

ABSTRACT: In the second post-communist decade, post 2000, regional contrasts between Eastern Europe and East Central Europe have become more explicit in legislative developments as differences in communist parties' performance, leadership roles, and country stability and international focus.

This broad inter-regional comparison beyond parliaments shows that both original institutional choices and past legacies equally determine the contrast in parliaments' placement between institutional adjustment in East Central Europe and institutional recalibration in Eastern Europe.

Such factors, as the level of democracy, the economic level of development, religion, post-Soviet region, population size, violent conflicts, and public support for EU or NATO membership, are analyzed.