The Limited Partnership: Building a Russian-US Security Community by James E. GoodbyThe Limited Partnership: Building a Russian-US Security Community by James E. Goodby

The Limited Partnership: Building a Russian-US Security Community

EditorJames E. Goodby, Benoit Morel

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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This book presents a detailed assessment of the conditions for security relations between Washington and Moscow in the post-cold war era, focusing on the scope for future co-operative management of common security. Three main areas provide the context for a thematically and theoreticallyvaried discussion: the security and foreign policy implications of the transition from the Soviet to a Russian/Commonwealth regime; military power and international stability after the cold war; and the political, military, and technological requirements for a new security relationship.
James E. Goodby is at Carnegie-Mellon University. Benoit Morel is at Carnegie-Mellon University.
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Title:The Limited Partnership: Building a Russian-US Security CommunityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:334 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.94 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198291612

ISBN - 13:9780198291619

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`the issues raised remain pertinent to the debate. It is an important book, in its outline of the possible grounds which exist for security cooperation, its recognition that these should not be ignored, and in its recognition that for the forseeable future there are nevertheless clearlimitations to what can be achieved'Millennium