Natsional'nye interesy Rossii: teoreticheskii diskurs problemy [The national interests of Russia: problems of theoretical discourse (2013) Natsional'nye interesy Rossii v kontekste sovremennoi mirovoi politiki [Russia's national interests in the context of contemporary world politics.
Natsional'nye interesy Rossii: teoreticheskii diskurs problemy // Vestnik RUDN. № 1. – P. 53 – 65. (In Russ.
Natsional& Interesy i Osnovnye Politicheskie Sily Sovremennoi Rossii. Eduard Solov& extracts current understandings of the national interest across the Russian political spectrum. Government and Politics Current Political Writing and Ideology.
Национальный интерес. The Uniting of Europe: Political Social and Economic Forces. This book describes the strategies used by President Putin from 2000 onwards to recreate 'Greater Russia', that is a Russia that controls most of the territory of the former Soviet Union. It shows the subtlety of the means of control, often through creating economic dependencies in the 'near abroad', including exploiting energy dependency, through prolonging other political and military dependencies, and sometimes through traditional 'power politics'.
The book dwells on what different sections of Russia’s political elite consider to be the country’s optimal foreign policy orientation. The author analyzes the approach of Russia’s main political forces to the definition of the structure, content and subjects of the country’s nation-state interests, as well as to the articulation of those interests. The book dwells on what different sections of Russia’s political elite consider to be the country’s optimal foreign policy orientation.
Title: Solovev J. Publication Date: 2004 .
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Solovev, Natsionalnye interesy i osnovnye politicheskie sily sovremennoi Rossii (Moscow: nauka, 2004), p. 15. Putin and Russian foreign Policy, " in Putin's Russia: Past Imperfect, Future Uncertain. One perceptive observer of the Russian political scene, Francoise Thom, noted as far back as 1994 that fascism, and especially its "Eurasianist" variant, was already at that time displacing Russian nationalism among statist Russian elites as a post-communist "Russian Idea," especially in the foreign policy sphere.
Basic facts about Russia: Political system. The Constitution was adopted by national referendum on December 12, 1993. The Federation Council of Russia is the upper house of the Russian Parliament. The Moscow Kremlin (photo by Irina Vasilevitskaya, RT). Russia is a federal presidential republic. The executive power is split between the President and the Prime Minister, but the President is the dominant figure. Created by the 1993 constitution, it was to act as a voice of Russia’s federated entities. The Council has explicitly stated that no political factions are to exist in the upper house. Unlike the State Duma, the Council isn’t directly elected.
Other books by Solov'ev E: Solov'ev . Rasstreliannyi Iaroslavl': istoricheskaia panorama tragedii goroda na Volge, iiul' 1918 Solov'ev . Tolstoi: ego zhizn' i literaturnaia deiatel'nost' Solov'ev . Vyzhivshii: Regional'nyi lider v epokhu peremen.
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First, the Russian Federation lost nearly all of its political influence in every region of the world, with the exception of. .
First, the Russian Federation lost nearly all of its political influence in every region of the world, with the exception of few CIS countries, even though it joined the G8 (according to the G7 + 1 formula). The Western countries accepted it so as to console it and keep it by their side because of its nuclear potential, which is very troubling to them. The present situation is a product of the objective balance of international forces in Central Asia; its transitory nature is obvious, which explains Moscow’s cautious policies there.