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Russian Foreign Policy: The Return of Great Power Politics
Introduction: The Guns of August Chapter 1: Contours of Russian Foreign Policy Chapter 2: Bulldogs Fighting Under the Rug: The Making of Russian Foreign Policy Chapter 3: Resetting Expectations:Expand
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Russia's latest land grab
The author offers opinions on Russia's intervention in Ukraine and occupation of the Crimea in 2014. The intervention is said to represent an escalation by President Vladimir Putin of Russia'sExpand
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The Turkey, Russia, Iran Nexus : evolving power dynamics in the Middle East, the Caucasus, and Central Asia
This report is the culmination of a two-year project examining the complex relations among Turkey, Russia, and Iran in an effort to better understand these countries' perceptions in the post-Cold WarExpand
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Eurasian Energy Security
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Russia and Globalization: Identity, Security, and Society in an Era of Change
Russia and Globalization: Identity, Security, and Society in an Era of Change, Douglas W. Blum, ed. Washington, DC/Baltimore, MD: Woodrow Wilson Center Press/Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. 383Expand
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Russian Foreign Policy and the United States After Putin
Russian foreign policy under Medvedev will probably continue to have a powerful streak of economic self-interest.
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Generational Change and the Future of U.S.-Russian Relations
The Cold War has now been over for nearly two decades. In that time, a whole generation has grown up, both in the United States and Russia, with no memory of the conflict that defined world politicsExpand
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The future of Poland, 1914–1917: France and Great Britain in the Triple Entente
Abstract THE POLISH QUESTION — whether, and if so how and in what form, to recreate an independent Polish state — was one of the most vexing problems that faced European diplomats during the FirstExpand
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Russia’s revival
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Russia and the West: Taking the Longer View
Although relations with Russia are in a difficult phase, Moscow’s behavior in 2006 has been consistent with the strategy pursued by the Kremlin for the past decade: not challenging WesternExpand
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