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Russia and its foreign policy

Russia and its foreign policy

influences, interests and issues

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Published by Aleksanteri Institute in [Helsinki] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations.,
  • Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Hanna Smith.
    SeriesKikimora publications. B -- 33, Kikimora publications -- 33
    ContributionsSmith, Hanna.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK510.764 .R8525 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination154 p. ;
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22631472M
    ISBN 109521023805

      The Council on Foreign Relations book Russian Foreign Policy: The Return of Great Power Politics analyzes the development of Russia's foreign policy since . ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Russia's foreign policy: basic trends under President Putin / Yury E. Fedorov --What can miltipolarity and multilateralism tell us about Russian foreign policy interest?/ Hanna Smith --Russia's federal system and its impact on external relations / David Dusseault --The CIS in Russian foreign.

    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. A systemic approach has been taken to identify the most important areas of Russia's foreign policy for , as well as the key threats and opportunities for the country on the global arena. The geographic scope of the forecasts covers the West, the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the post­Soviet states.

    Russia’s eternal fear of invasion drove its foreign policy then and continues to do so now. “At bottom of [the] Kremlin’s neurotic view of world affairs is [a] traditional and instinctive Russian. Despite its unique history, Omelicheva argues that Russia is a 'normal' country in the sense that the theories from Chapter 1 certainly apply in an explanation of Russian foreign policy.


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