Russia's Place in Europe
A Security Debate
Autor(en): Yevgeniy Bazhanov, Leonid Bilousov, Aleksey Filitov, Andrey Korneev, Andrey Kortunov, Igor Maximychev, Tatyana Parkhalina, Sergey Rogov, Anatoliy Rozanov, Vassiliy Sokolov, Dimitriy Trenin, Tatyana Yevgeneva
Herausgeber: Kurt R. Spillmann, Andreas Wenger
Serie: Studien zu Zeitgeschichte und Sicherheitspolitik
Verlag(e): Peter Lang
Publikationsort: Berne, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt a. M., New York, Oxford, Vienna
This book addresses the role of the Russian Federation within the post-Cold War European security architecture and assesses Russian foreign and security policy. Rather than examine the differences between Western and Russian positions, this book seeks to reflect the true character of Russia's internal security debate by offering a forum for Russian experts. Ukrainian and Belarussian perspectives are also included for additional insight into the CIS dimension of Russia's foreign and security policy. This book includes contributions by respected Russia analysts including Yevgeniy Bazhanov, Aleksey Filitov, Andrey Kortunov, Igor Maximychev, Tatyana Parkhalina, Sergey Rogov, Anatoliy Rozanov, and Dimitry Trenin. It is divided into three parts: the first examines the domestic dimension of Russia's foreign and security policy; the second focuses on the CIS dimension; and the third looks at the European and global dimensions. The editors introduce and comment on each section of the book.