The Foreign Policy of Russia : Changing Systems, Enduring Interests
This text on contemporary Russian foreign policy identifies continuities in Russia's international behaviour, despite regime changes, and the basic factors structuring these long-established patterns. It also analyzes some of the external and internal forces that influence changes of policy direction, not all of which are predictable. The result is a balanced treatment that should provide readers with the context and the analytical tools needed to understand Russia's past, present and future role in the world.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 153.9 x 229.4 x 21.1mm | 458.14g
- 01 Oct 1998
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- M.E. Sharpe
- Armonk, United States
- map, tables, bibliography, index
Table of contents
1. The Tsarist Roots of Russia's Foreign Policy. 2. Soviet Foreign Policy: From Revolution to Cold War. 3. Soviet Foreign Policy: The Cold War. 4. Domestic Factors in the Making of Russian Foreign Policy. 5. Russia and the Near Abroad. 6. Russia and the West. 7. Russia and the "Non-West." 8. Conclusion.
About Robert H. Donaldson
Joseph L. Nogee, University of Houston - Robert H. Donaldson, University of Tulsa