Russia: Re-Emerging Great Power
Roger E. Kanet
Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 15, 2007 - Political Science - 256 pages
In responding to the question as to whether Russia has re-emerged as a great power, the authors trace the major lines of foreign and security policy under Vladimir Putin. The authors argue that Putin and his advisors are committed to re-establishing Russia as a great power and that the existence of nuclear weapons and the revival of the Russian economy have provided the foundations for an expanded Russian role in global affairs.
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