The Moscow as the Third Rome Concept: Its Nature and Interpretations in the 19th –Early 21th Centuries.

  title={The Moscow as the Third Rome Concept: Its Nature and Interpretations in the 19th –Early 21th Centuries.},
  author={Vladimir Ivanovich Yurtaev and Anna N. Klimenko},
  journal={Geopol{\'i}tica(s). Revista de estudios sobre espacio y poder},
The authors seek to identify the main specific features of the Moscow as the Third Rome concept (Philotheus) and its later interpretations, geopolitical as well, in modern Russia. The conducted historical and interdisciplinary research, based on the source, made it possible to propose a new vision of possible grounds for Russian foreign policy strategy. The "Third Rome" notion from the perspective of its impact on Russian foreign policy and its geopolitical dimension is addressed in the works… 
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