The central objective of this edited volume is to help unlock a set of intriguing puzzles relating to changing power dynamics in Eurasia, a region that is critically important in the changing international security landscape.
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Boris Barkanov, West Virginia University, USA John Berryman, Birkbeck College, UK Joan DeBardeleben, Carleton University, Canada Sandra Fernandes, Sciences Po, France Graeme Gill, University of Sydney, Australia Suzanne Loftus, University of Miami, USA Mikhail A. Molchanov, St Thomas University, Canada Richard Sakwa, University of Kent, UK Peter Shearman, Institute of Security and International Studies, Chulalongkorn University, ThailandReview:
“Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia aims to provide an understanding of patterns of confrontation between Russia and the west. ... the chapters have been organized well, providing new experiences and ideas. The editors should be congratulated. ... chapters will certainly challenge every scholar’s thoughts about Eurasia by providing contrasting views and theories, whilst examining the challenges to all of the countries themselves.” (Carol Weaver, Slavic Review, 2017)
“In Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia, these two eminent scholars have assembled a group of nine additional experts to explain various facets of Russian foreign and security policy in the broader Eurasian space. ... Well thought out and supported, this edited volume is a worthwhile contribution to better understanding the complexity of ‘foreign policy in a contested region.’” (Roger D. Kangas, The Russian Review, Vol. 75 (3), July, 2016)
“This volume ... provides a scholarly analysis of the evolution of Russia’s foreign and security policies vis-à-vis the post-Soviet space, focusing on the factors shaping politics and security across the region. ... This timely volume provides a good analysis of the development of the country’s foreign policy and the evolution of its relations with both the West and its post-Soviet neighbours. ... provides a comprehensive overview of Russia’s foreign policy and the growth in tension between Moscow and the West.” (Tracey German, International Affairs, Vol. 92 (3), 2016)
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