The Russian Challenge to the European Security Environment

The Russian Challenge to the Security Environment in EuropeGrowing Confrontation Between Russia and the West: Russia’s Challenge to the Post-Cold War OrderUS-Russian Relations and Foreign Policy IssuesAmerican LeadershipRussia and the European UnionRussian Incursions into Georgia and UkraineThe Failure of the SanctionsTurning EastThe Russian EconomyPutin’s Domestic Politics and Russian National IdentityThe Russian Revival and the Western ResponseConclusionNotesReferencesPreserving Peace Among the Great Powers: Russia’s Foreign Policy and Normative Challenges to the International OrderThe Nature and Sources of ‘Hierarchy’ as an International StructureContending Hierarchies and the Prospects of ‘Order’ on the Post-Soviet SpaceConclusionNotesReferencesEU-Russia Security Relations: Another Kind of EuropeWe Will Build a New World, Our World!Heartland Theory that Influenced the WestThe Role of Individual Leaders in East-West ConfrontationRussia’s Foreign Policy in the Post-Soviet Space in the 1990sThe EU’s Foreign PoliciesLes SixThe Future of EurasiaConclusionNotesReferencesA Cold Peace Between Russia and the West: Did Geo-economics Fail?Geo-economics in the Post-Cold War PeriodRussia’s Economic ToolsThe Migration Regime - One of the Key Economic Instruments of Russia‘Milk War’ with BelarusThe New Game Between the EU and Russia: Sanctions and Counter SanctionsConcluding Remarks: The Limits of Russia’s Economic PowerNotesReferencesThe Coercive Diplomacy of Vladimir Putin (2014-2016)Coercive Diplomacy - DefinitionPost-Soviet Period: Changing Perception of ‘Power’ in Contemporary RussiaVladimir Putin and Russia’s Coercive Diplomacy Since February 26, 2014ConclusionsNoteReferencesThe Russian Federation and the West: The Problem of International OrderThe Theoretical BackgroundEmpirical InvestigationConclusionReferencesThe Ukrainian Crisis and Beyond in the Restructuring of Russian Relations with the WestRussia and the European Security Order: Impact and Implications of the Ukraine CrisisMoscow and NATO Enlargement 1994-2014The Ukraine Crisis and NATO-Russia Relations The 2014 Wales NATO SummitNATO-Russia Military Postures and Military Exercises 2015-2016Implications of the Ukraine Crisis for European SecurityReferencesUkraine and the Restructuring of East-West RelationsNorm Diffusion: The Political Dynamics of Normative Acceptance/ResistanceRussia and the West: The Aftermath of the Cold WarUkraine in West-Russia Relations: Back to Basics?East-West Relations: Where To?Concluding Remarks: Restructuring East-West Relations?NotesReferencesRegionalism and Multivectorism in Europe’s Borderlands: The Strange Case of UkraineThe Promise of MultivectorismUkraine Between East and WestEthno-Regional DivisionsEconomic InterdependenceThe Losses of Aligning with EuropeWestern DiasporaDilemmas of Regionalism in EurasiaBetween Economics and GeopoliticsConclusionNoteReferencesRussia and Turkey: Power, Individuals, and Identities in the Syrian ConflictIdentities and Interests in International PoliticsThe Russo-Turkish Relationship Before and After the Downing of Su-24The Downing of the Russian Jet and Its Impact on the Russo-Turkish RelationshipExplaining the Russo-Turkish Relations in Light of the Syrian CrisisRelative PowerTurkey’s Foreign Policy as an Emerging PowerIndividuals and State-Society RelationsPutin and Russia’s IdentityThe Redefinition of Turkish IdentityRusso-Turkish Relationship and Implications for the WestConclusionReferencesRussia and the Future of European Security
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