Russia in "the National Interest"
Since its inception, The National Interest, the leading realist journal of international affairs, has devoted a good deal of attention to the relationship between Moscow and Washington, from the dying days of the Cold War to the prospect of true Russian-American partnership following 9/11. This work brings together the reflections and ruminations of statesmen, policymakers, and academics on developments and forecasts about one of the world's leading geopolitical actors. This edited volume is the third in a series of readers co-produced by The National Interest and Transaction Publishers. Each brings together in one place prescient analysis and provocative assessments, in this case, about Russia, published in the last decade.
- Paperback | 264 pages
- 152.9 x 232.7 x 19.6mm | 390.1g
- 11 Nov 2003
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- Transaction Publishers
- Somerset, United Kingdom
- black & white illustrations