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Foreign Policies of the CIS States

Denis Degterev (editor) Konstantin Kurylev (editor)

ISBN: 9781626377851

Publication Date: Aug 2019

Format: Hardback

In this systematic, comprehensive survey, a team of in-country experts sheds important light on the complex regional and international interactions of the CIS states in the twenty-first century. A companion website offers a wealth of translated official documents and further, up-to-date information.
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How do the former Soviet republics that now constitute the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) interact with each other and with other regional and world powers? What are the conceptual foundations, mechanisms, and main directions of each member state's foreign policy? What role do economic and political factors play?

Answering these questions and more in this systematic, comprehensive survey, a team of in-country experts sheds important light on the complex regional and international interactions of the CIS states in the twenty-first century.

A companion website offers a wealth of translated official documents and further, up-to-date information.
Pages 450
Dimensions 229 x 152
Date Published 30 Aug 2019
Publisher Lynne Rienner Publishers
Subject/s International relations  
  • Integration Processes in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  • Republic of Armenia. Republic of Azerbaijan.
  • Republic of Belarus.
  • Republic of Kazakhstan.
  • Kyrgyz Republic.
  • Republic of Moldova.
  • Russian Federation.
  • Republic of Tajikistan.
  • Turkmenistan.
  • Ukraine.
  • Republic of Uzbekistan
  • Appendixes.
Denis Degterev is associate professor and head of the Department of Theory and History of International Relations at Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN).

Konstantin Kurylev is associate professor and deputy head of the Department of Theory and History of International Relations at RUDN.

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