Perspectives on Russian Foreign Policy
Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.
The essays gathered here represent a panel at SSI’s annual Russia conference in 2011. They focus on the analysis of Russian foreign policy both on its material side or actual conduct as well as on the cognitive bases of Russian thinking about international affairs and Russian national security. They span much of the gamut of that foreign policy and also show its strong linkages to the Russian historical tradition and to the imperatives of Russian domestic development.
1. Defying That Sinking Feeling: Russia Seeks to Uphold Its Role in the Multistructural International System in Flux
Pavel K. Baev
2. The Sacred Monster: Russia as a Foreign Policy Actor
Stephen J. Blank
3. Ideology and Soft Power in Contemporary Russia
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