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Russian Foreign Policy Themes in Official Documents and Speeches: Tracing Continuity and Change
Russia has issued an unusually large number of official documents on various aspects of its foreign policy since the country became an independent state in 1991. Andrey Kozyrev, the first foreignExpand
Russia's foreign policy : ideas, domestic politics and external relations
Introduction Margot Light and David Cadier PART I: PERCEPTIONS AND IDEAS IN RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY 1. Russian Foreign Policy Themes In Official Documents And Speeches: Tracing Continuity And ChangeExpand
A Wider Europe: the View from Moscow and Kyiv
The expansion of NATO and the enlargement of the EU will produce outside states in which perceptions and policies will be influenced by feelings of exclusion and isolation. Russia and Ukraine are twoExpand
In search of an identity: Russian foreign policy and the end of ideology
A number of ‘concepts’ and ‘doctrines’ relating to foreign policy have been articulated in Russia since 1993. Their initial purpose was to establish Russia’s new identity and fill the vacuum left byExpand
A European or a Slavic Choice? Foreign Policy and Public Attitudes in Post-Soviet Europe
THE END OF COLD WAR DIVISIONS has placed a range of new choices before Western publics and governments. Few will be more important than the future shape of the alliances that bind some parts of theExpand
Ethics and foreign policy
Introduction Karen E. Smith and Margot Light Part I. Theories: 1. Ethics, interests and foreign policy Chris Brown 2. The ethics of humanitarian intervention: protecting civilians to make democraticExpand
A wider Europe: the view from Minsk and Chisinau
The expansion of NATO and the enlargement of the EU will produce outside states in which perceptions and policies will be influenced by feelings of exclusion and isolation. Building on an earlierExpand
Russia and the dual expansion of Europe
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