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Russia: A Return to Imperialism?

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After the collapse of the USSR, it was widely accepted that Russia no longer constituted a serious problem with regard to international stability and Western interests. Russia: A Return to Imperialism? presents the first major challenge to that assumption. Uri Ra'anan and Kate Martin have assembled a group of the most well-known scholars to look closely at Russia's present, and future, role in world politics.;Dividing thier subjects into three areas, The Neo-Imperial Theme, The Targets and The Western Response, the authors look at a wide variety of subjects: Russia's relations with Ukraine and Belarus'; Russia's relationship with NATO and East European Security; US President Bill Clinton's foreign policy towards Russia and other topics. The results of their studies reveal the portrait of a Russia deeply entrenched in a growing trend of imperial acts and statements which the West seems to be ignoring. All of the scholars are alarmed by this apparent lack of Western attention to this trend and urge further scrutiny of Russia's policies. Informative and fascinating, Russia: A Return to Imperialism? is essential reading for anyone interested in foreign affairs and the political balance of our world.

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Author(s):
Eds.: Ra'anana, Uri; Martin, Kate
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0333666364
ISBN-13:
9780333666364
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Macmillan

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After the collapse of the USSR, it was widely accepted that Russia no longer constituted a serious problem with regard to international stability and Western interests. Russia: A Return to Imperialism? presents the first major challenge to that assumption. Uri Ra'anan and Kate Martin have assembled a group of the most well-known scholars to look closely at Russia's present, and future, role in world politics.;Dividing thier subjects into three areas, The Neo-Imperial Theme, The Targets and The Western Response, the authors look at a wide variety of subjects: Russia's relations with Ukraine and Belarus'; Russia's relationship with NATO and East European Security; US President Bill Clinton's foreign policy towards Russia and other topics. The results of their studies reveal the portrait of a Russia deeply entrenched in a growing trend of imperial acts and statements which the West seems to be ignoring. All of the scholars are alarmed by this apparent lack of Western attention to this trend and urge further scrutiny of Russia's policies. Informative and fascinating, Russia: A Return to Imperialism? is essential reading for anyone interested in foreign affairs and the political balance of our world.

Author(s):
Eds.: Ra'anana, Uri; Martin, Kate
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1995
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0333666364
ISBN-13:
9780333666364
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Macmillan

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