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The Resource Not by bread alone : Russian foreign policy under Putin, Robert Nalbandov, (electronic resource)

Not by bread alone : Russian foreign policy under Putin, Robert Nalbandov, (electronic resource)

Label
Not by bread alone : Russian foreign policy under Putin
Title
Not by bread alone
Title remainder
Russian foreign policy under Putin
Statement of responsibility
Robert Nalbandov
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "A look at Russia's foreign policy under Vladimir Putin, analyzing Russia's foreign policy priorities and actions and examining the country's identity construction as a way to understand its political culture"--
  • "Since its independence in 1991, Russia has struggled with the growing pains of defining its role in international politics. After Vladimir Putin ascended to power in 2000, the country undertook grandiose foreign policy projects in an attempt to delineate its place among the world's superpowers. With this in mind, Robert Nalbandov examines the milestones of Russia's international relations since the turn of the twenty-first century. He focuses on the specific goals, engagement practices, and tools used by Putin's administration to promote Russia's vital national and strategic interests in specific geographic locations. His findings illuminate Putin's foreign policy objective of reinstituting Russian global strategic dominance. Nalbandov argues that identity-based politics have dominated Putin's tenure and that Russia's east/west split is reflected in Asian-European politics. Nalbandov's analysis shows that unchecked domestic power, an almost exclusive application of hard power, and determined ambition for unabridged global influence and a defined place as a world superpower are the keys to Putin's Russia"--
  • "A look at Russia's foreign policy under Vladimir Putin, analyzing Russia's foreign policy priorities and actions and examining the country's identity construction as a way to understand its political culture"--
  • "Since its independence in 1991, Russia has struggled with the growing pains of defining its role in international politics. After Vladimir Putin ascended to power in 2000, the country undertook grandiose foreign policy projects in an attempt to delineate its place among the world's superpowers. With this in mind, Robert Nalbandov examines the milestones of Russia's international relations since the turn of the twenty-first century. He focuses on the specific goals, engagement practices, and tools used by Putin's administration to promote Russia's vital national and strategic interests in specific geographic locations. His findings illuminate Putin's foreign policy objective of reinstituting Russian global strategic dominance. Nalbandov argues that identity-based politics have dominated Putin's tenure and that Russia's east/west split is reflected in Asian-European politics. Nalbandov's analysis shows that unchecked domestic power, an almost exclusive application of hard power, and determined ambition for unabridged global influence and a defined place as a world superpower are the keys to Putin's Russia"--
  • "A look at Russia's foreign policy under Vladimir Putin, analyzing Russia's foreign policy priorities and actions and examining the country's identity construction as a way to understand its political culture"--
  • "Since its independence in 1991, Russia has struggled with the growing pains of defining its role in international politics. After Vladimir Putin ascended to power in 2000, the country undertook grandiose foreign policy projects in an attempt to delineate its place among the world's superpowers. With this in mind, Robert Nalbandov examines the milestones of Russia's international relations since the turn of the twenty-first century. He focuses on the specific goals, engagement practices, and tools used by Putin's administration to promote Russia's vital national and strategic interests in specific geographic locations. His findings illuminate Putin's foreign policy objective of reinstituting Russian global strategic dominance. Nalbandov argues that identity-based politics have dominated Putin's tenure and that Russia's east/west split is reflected in Asian-European politics. Nalbandov's analysis shows that unchecked domestic power, an almost exclusive application of hard power, and determined ambition for unabridged global influence and a defined place as a world superpower are the keys to Putin's Russia"--
  • "A look at Russia's foreign policy under Vladimir Putin, analyzing Russia's foreign policy priorities and actions and examining the country's identity construction as a way to understand its political culture"--
  • "Since its independence in 1991, Russia has struggled with the growing pains of defining its role in international politics. After Vladimir Putin ascended to power in 2000, the country undertook grandiose foreign policy projects in an attempt to delineate its place among the world's superpowers. With this in mind, Robert Nalbandov examines the milestones of Russia's international relations since the turn of the twenty-first century. He focuses on the specific goals, engagement practices, and tools used by Putin's administration to promote Russia's vital national and strategic interests in specific geographic locations. His findings illuminate Putin's foreign policy objective of reinstituting Russian global strategic dominance. Nalbandov argues that identity-based politics have dominated Putin's tenure and that Russia's east/west split is reflected in Asian-European politics. Nalbandov's analysis shows that unchecked domestic power, an almost exclusive application of hard power, and determined ambition for unabridged global influence and a defined place as a world superpower are the keys to Putin's Russia"--
  • "A look at Russia's foreign policy under Vladimir Putin, analyzing Russia's foreign policy priorities and actions and examining the country's identity construction as a way to understand its political culture"--
  • "Since its independence in 1991, Russia has struggled with the growing pains of defining its role in international politics. After Vladimir Putin ascended to power in 2000, the country undertook grandiose foreign policy projects in an attempt to delineate its place among the world's superpowers. With this in mind, Robert Nalbandov examines the milestones of Russia's international relations since the turn of the twenty-first century. He focuses on the specific goals, engagement practices, and tools used by Putin's administration to promote Russia's vital national and strategic interests in specific geographic locations. His findings illuminate Putin's foreign policy objective of reinstituting Russian global strategic dominance. Nalbandov argues that identity-based politics have dominated Putin's tenure and that Russia's east/west split is reflected in Asian-European politics. Nalbandov's analysis shows that unchecked domestic power, an almost exclusive application of hard power, and determined ambition for unabridged global influence and a defined place as a world superpower are the keys to Putin's Russia"--
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DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Nalbandov, Robert
Dewey number
327.47
LC call number
DK510.766.P87
LC item number
N36 2016
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich
  • Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich
  • National interest
  • Strategic culture
  • Great powers
  • Political culture
  • Identity politics
  • Russia (Federation)
  • Russia (Federation)
Label
Not by bread alone : Russian foreign policy under Putin, Robert Nalbandov, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-569) and index
Contents
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001591909
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781612347103
Isbn Type
(cloth : alkaline paper)
Lccn
2015035263
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001591909
Label
Not by bread alone : Russian foreign policy under Putin, Robert Nalbandov, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-569) and index
Contents
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
  • 1. Continuity without Change -- 2. Fear and Loathing in Russian Political Culture -- 3. Russia and the United States -- 4. Russia and Its Near Abroad -- 5. European Dimensions of Russian Foreign Policy -- 6. Identity Meets Money in Asia and the Pacific -- 7. Peripheral Politics -- 8. Quo Vadis?
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001591909
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781612347103
Isbn Type
(cloth : alkaline paper)
Lccn
2015035263
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001591909

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