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Russia & Eurasia
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Purchase Book. Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks examines the impact of Moscow’s neo-imperial project on the security of several regions bordering the Russian Federation, analyses the geopolitical aspects of Kremlin ambitions, and makes recommendations for the future role of NATO, the EU, and the United States in the Wider Europe. Russia & Eurasia Russia and Eurasia Russia and Eurasia Responsibility: Brent Hierman. Abstract: Approximately one-third of the book is devoted to Russia, but also includes sections on Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
The book begins by examining the overall trade and investment outlook in Russia and Eurasia. It then takes up critical sectors: energy, aerospace, automobiles, agriculture, and telecommunications. It turns to current institutional impediments to trade and investment such as problems in corporate governance, the banking system, and the rule of law. British Foreign Office - Russia; Comintern Archive, ; Congresses of the CPSU; Everyday Stalinism; Foreign Communist Parties; Gen. Dept. of the Central Committee; Leaders of the Russian Revolution; Leon Trotsky: Exile Papers; Leon Trotsky: Soviet Papers; Letters of Russian Revolutionaries; Military Papers of Leon Trotsky; Papers of the.
This book looks at Russia’s key relationships — its downward spiral with the United States, Europe, and NATO; its ties to China, Japan, the Middle East; and with its neighbors, particularly the fraught relationship with Ukraine. Fletcher Russia and Eurasia Program Follow. Interviews about the book have appeared on C-SPAN2, on New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies, and at East Central Europe Past and Present. Additionally, with the National Parks Service and the Gulag Museum in Perm, Russia, Dr. Barnes was historical consultant for a traveling museum exhibit on the history of the Gulag.
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Published and updated annually, Russia and Eurasia deals with twelve sovereign states that became independent following the collapse of the Soviet Union in December Approximately one-third of the book is devoted to Russia.5/5(1). Such a view on Russia could certainly be included in a book of this sort (although, even though the author has spent half a year travelling Eurasia, interviews on Vladimir Putin’s Russia with regular Russian citizens in, say, Yekaterinburg are conspicuously absent), but this interpretation completely neglects the fact that chaos, oligarchs and mafia were handed down to Putin from the Yeltsin years/5(40).
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Larry Holmes’ book, which first appeared in English inwas released in Russian this year. Very good book and illuminating on the unfolding geopolitical order in Eurasia and necessary for our times to read it. The author, a former Portuguese diplomat, political science PhD and think-tank habitué, travels to remote and sometimes dangerous places east of Poland and west of China, Reviews: 9.
In this well-researched and detailed book, the editors provide an extensive and critical analysis of post-Soviet regional integration. After almost two decades of unfulfilled integration promises, a new – improved and functioning – regime emerged in the post-Soviet space: the Eurasian Customs Union between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan (ECU).
This book is the one of the first to address aid effectiveness as a political and comparative economics question. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the transition of its republics to market structures and more representative forms of government, the European Commission has recognized the.
The book mainly focuses on China, Russia, Turkey, central Asia, and how they interact with Europe today. The author seems to stress how the European Union's social, economic, cultural, and political power has decreased in the last decades and how their interaction with states such as Russia, and China are vital for their future success and /5.
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Book Description. With the collapse of the USSR, Russia and the fourteen other bordering successor states have had to contend with an unpredictable international environment as they face internal political turmoil and economic chaos.
This book surveys relations among Format: Paperback. This book explains the historical and philosophical understanding of Eurasia and its current relevance to the formation of the Eurasian Union.
It considers Eurasia's historical underpinnings, and its current economic, political and geo-strategic relevance in world politics. Chatterje-Doody.
" Russia, Eurasian States, and Eastern Europe (28th ed) by Shoemaker, M. Wesley A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. With the descent of Ukraine into civil war, scholars and governments have lamented the fact that there are not enough scholars studying Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe.
This series focuses on the Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European region. We invite contributions addressing problems related to the politics and relations in this region.
The book is essential reading for students and scholars of Russian, Central Eurasian, and comparative imperial history, as well as imperial and colonial studies and nationalism studies. It may also provide some hints for understanding today’s world, where “empire” has again become a key word in international and domestic power relations.
Eurasian integration offers Russia the opportunity to address this ‘overreliance’ on the West by using the Russia’s position as a Eurasian state to advance its influence in Europe.
Offering an account steeped in Russian economic statecraft and power politics, this book offers a rare glimpse into the dominant narratives of Russian.
The new Russian gilded age (David Trilling) In his new book, French economist Thomas Piketty takes his theories on modern inequality and applies them beyond the Euro-Atlantic world. Eurasia receives extensive treatment in this 1,page tome, Capital et idéologie.
A History of Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia, Volume II: Inner Eurasia from the Mongol Empire to Today, - (Blackwell History of the World) (Book). This book makes a unique contribution to our understanding of the Eurasian past by examining the policies, practices, cultural representations, and daily-life experiences of Slavic settlement in non-Russian regions of Eurasia from the time of Ivan the Terrible to the nuclear era.
Russia & Eurasia. [Richard Bidlack] -- Published and updated annually, Russia and Eurasia deals with the twelve independent republics that became members of the Commonwealth of Independent States following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
(). Russia and Eurasia. Survival: Vol. 62, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 2.Get this from a library! Russia & Eurasia. [Brent Hierman] -- Published and updated annually, Russia and Eurasia deals with the twelve independent republics that became members of the Commonwealth of Independent States following the collapse of the Soviet Union.The Russia and Eurasia Program at The Fletcher School holds an annual U.S.-Russia relations book prize.
The award recognizes an outstanding book on historical or contemporary foreign policy discourse pertaining to the past or present of U.S.-Russia relations. We now welcome nominations for the third annual book prize.