4 edition of Russia"s new foreign policy found in the catalog.
by Research Institute of the German Society for Foreign Affairs in Bonn
Written in English
Translated from German.
|Statement||Alexander Rahr, Joachim Krause.|
|Series||Arbeitspapiere zur internationalen Politik,, 91|
|Contributions||Krause, Joachim, 1951-, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik. Forschungsinstitut.|
|LC Classifications||DK510.764 .R34 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||96208026|
"A well written and vigorously argued book. It is the best overall assessment to date of Putin's foreign policy." Dr Alex Pravda, Director, Russian and East European Centre, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford "Bobo Lo's insight into the opaque world of Russian foreign policy . Bobo Lo has written an outstanding analytical work that is a sharp take on the drivers of Russian foreign policy. A necessary corrective to the prevailing view that President Putin's Russia has gone from success to success, Russia and the New World Disorder distinguishes between tactical moves and long term strategic trends that are not promising for a Russia that cannot readily adapt to /5.
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Russia’s activities on the international stage are a key interest for the programme. Research focuses on Russia’s interests and involvement in its immediate neighbourhood and the Middle East, its relations with the US, EU and China as well as its foreign policy toolkit. Key areas include: Russia’s means of influence (over neighbours) and. Russia also wants to renegotiate the terms of the foreign policy model worked out in the s. Russia does not want to be the junior partner of the West in international relations, she observed; rather, it wants to be alternately a partner and a competitor. Although the Russian system as a whole seems stable, there is a lot of political.
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That judgment is central to The New Russian Foreign Policy. This book offers the first authoritative, comprehensive account of Russian policies toward the world in the wake of communism’s collapse.
Russia’s Foreign Policy combines truly original scholarly analysis, strongly documented and updated coverage of events, and clear and effective writing. The result is arguably the best introductory treatment of Russian foreign policy available in English.
In this updated version of his textbook Price: $ Russia is a vast and still powerful country, and this recent book delves into the travails of its foreign policies. The sheer number of countries that Russia borders ensures a tangle of interests and policies/5(3). This book surveys Russia's relations with the world since and assesses the future prospect for the foreign policy of Europe's largest country.
Together these essays offer an authoritative summary and Russias new foreign policy book of Russia's relations with its neighbors and with the rest of the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union/5(5). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rahr, Alexander G.
Russia's new foreign policy. Bonn: Research Institute of the German Society for Foreign Affairs, Russia's recent assertiveness on the world stage is consistent with Russian foreign policymaking since the mids, rather than just a feature of Vladimir Putin's leadership, says a new book.
This clear and comprehensive text explores the past quarter-century of Soviet/Russian international relations, comparing foreign policy formation under Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Putin. Challenging conventional views of Moscow's foreign policy, Andrei Tsygankov takes a constructivist approach to argue that definitions of national interest depend on visions of national identity and that national 3/5(2).
Russian Foreign Policy The chaos and hardship that resulted from Russia's entry into World War I () was exacerbated in the years that followed. Russians saw the outbreak of a long struggle for power between the Bolsheviks and a series of disparate armies, known collectively as the Whites, supported by Russia's erstwhile wartime allies.
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Russia’s view of the modern world, as well as its goals and objectives are reflected in the Foreign Policy Concept adopted in It evaluates the global situation and analyses the processes unfolding in the world and its regions.
On its basis the foreign strategy of the country has been found in full recognition of the fundamentally new geopolitical situation in the world. In December, Russian president Vladimir Putin approved Russia’s new Foreign Policy Concept, which had not been updated for three document is a system of views and basic principles to.
ties, they need to understand the basis of Moscow’s foreign and secu-rity policy decisions, how Russian foreign policy goals may evolve, and how decisions are made in Russia. If they hope to inﬂuence Russian policies, whether through sticks or through carrots, they must know what Russian responses to such incentives will be.
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