5 edition of Russian and Eurasian politics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mark A. Cichock.|
|LC Classifications||DK510.763 .C53 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||2002034013|
Employing a case-centric research design this book answers these questions by analyzing Russia’s foreign affairs in the South Caucasus after the end of the Cold War. Exploring the relevance for those affairs of the creation of the Eurasian Economic Union it uses neoclassical realism and regime theories as frameworks. New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies New Books Network Society & Culture , 27 Ratings; Listen on Apple Podcasts. Interviews with Scholars of Russia and Eurasia about their New Books From plague, to protests, to politics, there have never been so many lives at stake, nor so many questions about the future of our country/5(27).
CONTENTS List of Maps ix List of Charts and Tables xi Introduction: Superpower Politics xiii 1 Hegemony of a New Type 3 The Short Road to Global Supremacy 3 The First Global Power 10 The American Global System 24 2 The Eurasian Chessboard 30 Geopolitics and Geostrategy 37 Geostrategic Players and Geopolitical Pivots 40 Critical Choices and Potential Challenges Political thinking and economic logics are both serve as important driving forces for Eurasian integration, but sometimes they contradict each other, which restricts the Eurasian integration from going forward quickly. This is also one of the important reasons why it is difficult for the Eurasian integration to achieve a major breakthrough, writes Zhao Huasheng, Professor at .
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Unlike other books dealing with post-Soviet Russia, Russian and Eurasian Politics does not emphasize history. Instead, it boldly tries to evaluate politics in five states in the most up-to-date fashion possible, emphasizing political culture and economic development as the primary forces of change.5/5(1).
Реформирование российского федерализма Eurasian politics Federalism регионализм российский федерализм Putin Putin's Anti-federative counter-reforms Putin's Domestic Policy Putin's soft authoritarianism Russia Russia's national autonomies Russia's national republics Russian.
Comprehensive in scope, this book will be an indispensable read for anyone interested in the subject of Eurasian regional integration. Especially useful is the positioning of the Eurasian Economic Union project within the framework of transcontinental and global trade architecture., A needed Russian perspective on geopolitics in Eurasia that stresses the world's regionalization.
Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia has been marginalized at the edge of a Western-dominated political and economic system. In recent years, however, leading Russian figures, including former president Vladimir Putin, have begun to stress a geopolitics that puts Russia at the center of a number of axes: European-Asian, Christian-Muslim-Buddhist, /5.
Show all. Reviews. “Russia, Eurasia and the new Geopolitics of Energy moves eastwards, aiming to provide an understanding of the patterns of confrontation and cooperation in Eurasia.
the chapters have been organized well, providing new experiences and ideas. The editors should be congratulated. chapters will certainly challenge every scholar’s thoughts about Eurasia.
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 Reviews: The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr Dugin.
The book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military. The Far-Right Book Every Russian General Reads.
a student of Russian history and politics and my research assistant, to do a translation. The Eurasian Project presupposes in this its. This new and revised edition consolidates the reputation of Russian Politics and Society as the single most comprehensive standard textbook on post-Soviet Russia.
Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent at. 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. New Books in Art New Books in Arts & Letters New Books in Critical Theory New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies New Books Network Aug Steven Seegel.
WHAT WE KNOW AND HOW WE KNOW IT. Russia and Eurasia: The Path of Comparison. Historic, Cultural, and Social Perspectives. The Communist Party and Its Legacy. THE RUSSIAN SYSTEM IN TRANSITION.
Emerging Pluralism. The Struggle for Power: the Presidency and the Parliament. Bureaucracy and the Administration of Power. The Russian and Eurasian Studies program brings together experienced Mason faculty who will guide your exploration of this region's culture, gender, class, ethnicity, economy, government, and politics.
All majors have the opportunity to study abroad in Moscow or St. Petersburg. Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent, an Associate Fellow of the Russia and Eurasia programme at Chatham House, and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
His main research interests are Russian domestic and international politics, European international relations and comparative. The ideas of Eurasianism have evolved into what Alexander Dugin terms Neo-Eurasianism and the Fourth Political Theory, the latter also the name of Dugin's best known book in English.
Recently published by Arktos, Eurasian Mission is Dugin's most recent summation and update of his theories to appear in English. This book evaluates the utility of the Eurasian Economic Union in economic, political, cultural and geostrategic dimensions.
It does so through a systematic comparison of the bloc with aspects of the European Union along a number of criteria derived from integration theory.
• Russian and East European Politics & Society, focusing on the challenges facing states and societies in Russia and throughout a region still very much in flux, including interconnected reform agendas and the contours of increasingly contentious politics.
Students will gain a comprehensive knowledge of Russian and post-Soviet current events, and a mastery of a. New Books in Central Asian Studies New Books in Eastern European Studies New Books in History New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies New Books in Sociology New Books Network J.
This series focuses on the Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European region. We invite contributions addressing problems related to the politics, foreign policy and economies in. Igor Nikolaevich Panarin (Russian: И́горь Никола́евич Пана́рин, Russian pronunciation: [ˈiɡərʲ nʲɪkɐˈlaɪvʲɪtɕ pɐˈnarʲɪn]; born 30 October ) is a Russian professor and political scientist.
He is best known for predicting in that the United States would disintegrate within the next few years. . NATO’s Enlargement and Russian Perceptions of Eurasian Political Frontiers Final Report The essence of the project is the attempt to explain Russia's attitude toward NATO, its growing cooperation with former Soviet republics, and likely second round of enlargement, by visions of a new Russian identity held by the political elite.The Press has long published major works in Russian and Eurasian studies and has additional series in Orthodox Christianity and Southeast Asian studies.
NIU Press also publishes books on politics, philosophy, religion, European history, and American Midwest history and culture.
Written for a general audience as much as for scholars, the book focuses on Russia's role as the world's second-largest (after Saudi Arabia) exporter of crude oil. Goldman has had good access to policymakers and allows readers to get the flavor of how, say, the Russian gas giant Gazprom functions in practice.