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Combining analyses from experts in international relations, foreign policy analysis, and domestic politics across the former USSR, this edited volume helps to unlock a set of intriguing puzzles relating to changing power dynamics in Eurasia. Today, Eurasia combines many of the most potent triggers for conflict: energy resources; weak states; terrorism; great power manoeuvring; social and ethnic fragmentation; terrorism; crime and corruption. What forces are shaping politics, foreign policy and security in the region? Who are the main 'players' and how are they pursuing their interests? In response to these questions, the contributors unpack the relationships between traditional (geopolitical, state-centric and institutional) and new (transnational and ideational) forms of political pressure, and identify the factors that are shaping the expectations and preferences of actors in contemporary Eurasia. "Cool heads and balanced analysis are a vital necessity in these troubled times. For those looking for a comprehensive discussion of how we have arrived at our current impasse across the Eurasian space there is no better guide than this searching study. A must read for scholar and policy-maker alike." - Professor Michael Cox, Director, LSE IDEAS, UK "Sussex and Kanet have assembled a stellar group of experts and produced a first-rate book that combines thorough research, fair mindedness, analytical acumen, and lucidity of exposition. It pays particular attention to the Ukraine crisis but situates it within the larger context of Eurasian security. This is a must-read volume for those seeking a better understanding of the ways in which the rising tensions between Russia and the West could shape Eurasia's future." - Professor Rajan Menon, The City College of New York, USAIntroduction: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia; Matthew Sussex and Roger E. Kanet PART I: RUSSIAN POLITICS AND FOREIGN POLICY 1. Whose Playground is it, Anyway?: Power Rivalries in Post-Soviet Space; Suzanne Loftus and Roger E. Kanet 2. Putin, Nationalism and Foreign Policy; Graeme Gill 3. Putin and Russian Foreign Policy Toward the West; Peter Shearman 4. European Security Architecture: Fading or Adapting?; Sandra Fernandes PART II: INSTITUTIONS AND ARCHITECTURE IN EURASIA 5. Eurasian Integration and Dilemmas of Russian Neo-Revisionism; Richard Sakwa 6. Eurasian Regionalism: Ideas and Practices; Mikhail Molchanov PART III: CONFRONTATION IN UKRAINE 7. Backdrop to the Ukraine Crisis: The Revival of Normative Politics in Russia's Relations with the EU?; Joan DeBardeleben 8. Russian Grand Strategy and the Ukraine Crisis: An Historical Cut; John Berryman 9. Crisis in Ukraine: Clash of Civilisations or Geopolitics?; Boris Barkanov Conclusion; Matthew Sussex and Roger E. Kanet


Szczegóły: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia

Tytuł: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137523662
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 280
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Waga: 0.45 kg


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Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia

Combining analyses from experts in international relations, foreign policy analysis, and domestic politics across the former USSR, this edited volume helps to unlock a set of intriguing puzzles relating to changing power dynamics in Eurasia. Today, Eurasia combines many of the most potent triggers for conflict: energy resources; weak states; terrorism; great power manoeuvring; social and ethnic fragmentation; terrorism; crime and corruption. What forces are shaping politics, foreign policy and security in the region? Who are the main 'players' and how are they pursuing their interests? In response to these questions, the contributors unpack the relationships between traditional (geopolitical, state-centric and institutional) and new (transnational and ideational) forms of political pressure, and identify the factors that are shaping the expectations and preferences of actors in contemporary Eurasia. "Cool heads and balanced analysis are a vital necessity in these troubled times. For those looking for a comprehensive discussion of how we have arrived at our current impasse across the Eurasian space there is no better guide than this searching study. A must read for scholar and policy-maker alike." - Professor Michael Cox, Director, LSE IDEAS, UK "Sussex and Kanet have assembled a stellar group of experts and produced a first-rate book that combines thorough research, fair mindedness, analytical acumen, and lucidity of exposition. It pays particular attention to the Ukraine crisis but situates it within the larger context of Eurasian security. This is a must-read volume for those seeking a better understanding of the ways in which the rising tensions between Russia and the West could shape Eurasia's future." - Professor Rajan Menon, The City College of New York, USAIntroduction: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia; Matthew Sussex and Roger E. Kanet PART I: RUSSIAN POLITICS AND FOREIGN POLICY 1. Whose Playground is it, Anyway?: Power Rivalries in Post-Soviet Space; Suzanne Loftus and Roger E. Kanet 2. Putin, Nationalism and Foreign Policy; Graeme Gill 3. Putin and Russian Foreign Policy Toward the West; Peter Shearman 4. European Security Architecture: Fading or Adapting?; Sandra Fernandes PART II: INSTITUTIONS AND ARCHITECTURE IN EURASIA 5. Eurasian Integration and Dilemmas of Russian Neo-Revisionism; Richard Sakwa 6. Eurasian Regionalism: Ideas and Practices; Mikhail Molchanov PART III: CONFRONTATION IN UKRAINE 7. Backdrop to the Ukraine Crisis: The Revival of Normative Politics in Russia's Relations with the EU?; Joan DeBardeleben 8. Russian Grand Strategy and the Ukraine Crisis: An Historical Cut; John Berryman 9. Crisis in Ukraine: Clash of Civilisations or Geopolitics?; Boris Barkanov Conclusion; Matthew Sussex and Roger E. Kanet

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Szczegóły: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia

Tytuł: Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9781137523662
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 280
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Waga: 0.45 kg


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