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Russia and the Former Soviet space : instrumentalizing security, legitimizing intervention

Author: Vasile Rotaru; Miruna Troncotă
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. ©2017
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This book represents a fresh contribution to the contemporary academic debate regarding the determinants of current Russian foreign policy assertiveness. More precisely, it addresses the ways in which perceived security threats have been used by Russia to legitimize its interventions in the former Soviet Space. It is argued here that the security dimension has been successfully used by the Kremlin for the domestic  Read more...
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Russia and the Former Soviet space.
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, [2017]
(OCoLC)1020318800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vasile Rotaru; Miruna Troncotă
ISBN: 1527500322 9781527500327
OCLC Number: 1029271666
Description: xvii, 354 pages ; illustrations, charts ; 22 cm
Contents: The evolution of the "post-Soviet" concept in Russian foreign policy: from the post-Soviet space to the Eurasian space / Maria Lagutina --
History matters: the use of Russia's "official past" and the shifts in its post-Soviet foreign policy / James C. Pearce --
Orderism: a new ideology promoted by Russia: its functions and pitfalls / Liliana Popescu --
The Russian foreign policy towards its neighbouring states: the synergy of hard and soft power in the case of Moldova / Danu Marin --
Old wine in a new bottle: the Cold-War origins of the concept of givridnaya voyna / Ofer Fridman --
Russia's intervention in the post-Soviet countries: Eurasianist ideology as a justification / Armen Grigoryan --
Georgia's pro-Western and/or pro-Russian foreign policy narratives: balancing or in-betweeness? / David Matsaberidze --
Special status for Donbas: reflexive control theory in action in Southeast Ukraine / Ivanna Machitidze --
Legitimizing an annexation: Russia's official narrative on the 2014 actions in Crimea / Vasile Rotaru --
Interventionism and biopolitics in the Ukranian Crisis: the disputed claims of humanitarian intervention in Russia's legitimizing narratives for the annexation of Crimea / Miruna Troncotă --
The role of the past in legitimizing the annexation of Crimea and the threat of Russia's "revanchism" for the international legal order / Oleksandr Zadorozhnyi --
Russia under threat? North Caucasian Foreign Fighters and their place in Moscow's legitimization narratives / Konstanze Jüngling.
Responsibility: edited by Vasile Rotaru and Miruna Troncotă.

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