3 edition of Security dilemmas in Russia and Eurasia found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Roy Allison and Christoph Bluth.|
|Contributions||Allison, Roy., Bluth, Christoph., Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
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|Pagination||x, 358p. ;|
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Hamish Cruickshank May 8, Latest Articles, Russia and Eurasia, Security and Defence Any hopes of an alternate course for Russia have surely been dashed by the constitutional overhaul and it appears that the future will hold significantly more continuity than change for the country both internally and externally. Andrei Zagorski, ‘CIS regional security policy structures’, in Roy Allison and Christoph Bluth (eds), Security Dilemmas in Russia and Eurasia (London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, ) p. ; and Rumer, as note 2 above, pp. Google ScholarCited by: 3.
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We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions. The current pattern of tensions between NATO and Russia bears key hallmarks of a security dilemma.
Military exercises, operational military activities, and deployments of military hardware are invariably explained by both sides as constituting defensive measures enacted out of necessity in response to the aggression or provocation of the other.
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The Program’s geographic focus is Eurasia. With a focus centered on Russia and its post-Soviet neighbors, the Program also looks beyond these borders, from Lisbon to Vladivostok and the. by Gordon M. Hahn Leading Russian international affairs analyst Fyodor Lukyanov recently gave an interview in which he rejected the idea of a successful U.S.-Russian detente or rapprochement.
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This important new book aims to answer this question by examining four contemporary biosecurity dilemmas—protect or proliferate; secure or stifle; remedy or overkill; and attention or neglect—that illustrate some of the tensions raised by securitizing responses to naturally occurring and man-made disease : Sara E.
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His current research focuses on the geopolitics of oil and gas networks, energy security dilemmas and statecraft in Eurasia, Russia and “gray zone” conflicts, new approaches to strategic stability, internationalization of the nuclear fuel cycle, and implications of emerging technologies for strategic stability and international security.
Nontraditional Security Dilemmas on the Belt and Road JOURNAL OF INDO-PACIFIC AFFAIRS SPRING NTS is not an uncontested category. Indeed, it is defined by what it is not, i.e., it is not traditional security, with its focus on interstate conflict, direct national defense, or waging conventional wars.
Unless Russia truly is unlike all the other countries in Eurasia, a large number of people are going to die in the decadeand an already overburdened health care system will face Author: Harley Balzer.
This book provides a critical overview of China’s engagement with Eurasia, focusing on 21st-century challenges that will need careful management over coming decades. China’s emerging role goes well beyond the standard ‘geopolitics’ of the Eurasian ‘chess board’.
China is seeking to evolve new agendas and relationships that avoid the dilemma posed by its Author: R. Ferguson. Roy Allison is head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London: He is the coeditor of Security Dilemmas in Author: Roy Allison.
In the hot spots of Eurasia, security dilemmas continue to exist within and between states because states and groups define their security in mutually exclusive ways. Scholars, practitioners and journalists have developed a number of different ideas about how to explain the ethnic violence in by: 1.
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1. Earlier drafts of this article were presented at the sixth annual conference of the Central Eurasia Studies Society (CESS), Boston University, 29–30 Septemberand at the Thucydides workshop organized by Jon Elster (Columbia University, NY, 25–26 February ).Cited by: 1.
Roy Allison is head of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London: He is the coeditor of Security Dilemmas in Russia and Eurasia (RIIA, ), the editor of Challenges for the Former Soviet South, (Brookings /RIIA, ), and coauthor of Internal Factors in Russian Foreign Policy, (Oxford University Press, ).