Russian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century

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EditorRoger E Kanet

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After the collapse of the Soviet Union expectations were high that a ‘new world order’ was emerging in which Russia and the other former Soviet republics would join the Western community of nations. That has not occurred. This volume explains the reasons for this failure and assesses likely future developments in that relationship

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After the collapse of the Soviet Union expectations were high that a ‘new world order’ was emerging in which Russia and the other former Soviet republics would join the Western community of nations. That has not occurred. This volume explains the reasons for this failure and assesses likely future developments in that relationship

ROGER E. KANET is Professor of International Studies at the University of Miami, USA. His recent publications include Resurgent Russia and the West: The European Union, NATO and Beyond (2009); The United States and Europe in a Changing World (2009); with E.A. Kolodziej, From Superpower to Besieged Global Power: Restoring World Order a...

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Format:PerfectDimensions:295 pages, 8.6 × 5.7 × 1 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230271677

ISBN - 13:9780230271678

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Russian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century; R.E.Kanet
History, Russia and the West, and Cold Wars; P.Shearman
Aims and Means in Russian Foreign Policy; I.Oldberg
Russian Modernization Pathways: Foreign Policy Implications; G.Herd
Assessing Russia’s ‘Soft Power’ in a Globalising World; V.Rukavishnikov
Russia and Georgia: From Confrontation to War. What is Next?; B.Nygren
EU as Peace Mediator in Georgia: Success or Failure?; T.Forsberg
Russia’s new ‘Monroe Doctrine’; M.Skak
Russia, Central Asia and the Caucasus after the Georgia Conflict; C.E.Ziegler
Medvedev’s ‘Fourteen Points’: Russia’s Proposal for a New European Security Architecture; N.Lomagin
From the ‘New World Order’ to ‘Resetting Relations’: Two Decades of U.S.-Russian Relations; R.E.Kanet
Russia, NATO Enlargement, and ‘Regions of Privileged Interests’; J.Berryman
Revising the EU's European Neighbourhood Policy: The Eastern Partnership and Russia; J.DeBardeleben
EU, Russia, Energy: Cooperation or Conflict?; S.Nies
Conclusion; R.E.Kanet