Splintering off into a smaller slavic alliance wouldn't be a good idea because EU will always have more influence.
small? Who talk about small Slavic alliance?
Innitialy it could be.... Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary (i believe that Poles could arange that), Bulgaria, Ukraine, Lithuania, Bosnia-Herzegovina (at least that what is under Serbian control).... then even Macedonia if Great Albania does not destroy it grabing opportunity while Slavs are still divided,... also Croatia can join if Slavs `convince` Germany to alowe that, etc, etc..
Is that small
? I think not
Is the E.U. good for Poland??
in any case, interesting question
spot this...Estonia faces the EU propaganda barrageRoger Helmer MEP
Firstly, the political classes, the people who actually negotiate and campaign for accession, have a lot to gain. In the case of Poland, the largest accession country, it is expected that well over a thousand Poles will get highly paid jobs in Brussels, frequently on ten times the salary they could get at home. These are the same people who lead the campaign to join, so it's not hard to understand their motivation.