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Russia Abroad

Author : Anna Ohanyan
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While we know a great deal about the benefits of regional integration, there is a knowledge gap when it comes to areas with weak, dysfunctional, or nonexistent regional fabric in political and economic life. Further, deliberate “un-regioning,” applied by actors external as well as internal to a region, has also gone unnoticed despite its increasingly sophisticated modern application by Russia in its peripheries. This volume helps us understand what Anna Ohanyan calls “fractured regions” and their consequences for contemporary global security. Ohanyan introduces a theory of regional fracture to explain how and why regions come apart, consolidate dysfunctional ties within the region, and foster weak states. Russia Abroad specifically examines how Russia employs regional fracture as a strategy to keep states on its periphery in Eurasia and the Middle East weak and in Russia's orbit. It argues that the level of regional maturity in Russia’s vast vicinities is an important determinant of Russian foreign policy in the emergent multipolar world order. Many of these fractured regions become global security threats because weak states are more likely to be hubs of transnational crime, havens for militants, or sites of protracted conflict. The regional fracture theory is offered as a fresh perspective about the post-American world and a way to broaden international relations scholarship on comparative regionalism.

Russia Abroad

Author : Marc Raeff
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The dramatic events of the twentieth century have often led to the mass migration of intellectuals, professionals, writers, and artists. One of the first of these migrations occurred in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution, when more than a million Russians were forced into exile. With this book, Marc Raeff, one of the world's leading historians of Russia, offers the first comprehensive cultural history of the "Great Russian Emigration." He examines the social and institutional structure of the emigration and describes its rich cultural and intellectual life. He points out that what distinguishes this emigration from other such episodes in European history is the extent to which the emigres succeeded in reconstituting and preserving their cultural creativity in the West. The flourishing Russian communities of Paris, Berlin, Prague and Kharbin not only enriched Russian arts and letters, but also significantly influenced the culture of their Western hosts, and Raeff concludes with an assessment of their impact on the development of modern Western and Soviet culture.

The Russians at Home and the Russians Abroad

Author : Henry Sutherland Edwards
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In Search of Russian Modernism

Author : Leonid Livak
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Aiming to open an overdue debate about the academic fields of Russian and transnational modernist studies, this book is intended for an audience of scholars in comparative literary and cultural studies, specialists in Russian and transnational modernism, and researchers engaged with European cultural historiography.

Russia s Youth Abroad

Author : Russian Student Christian Movement Outside Russia
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The Protective Question Abroad

Author : John Lord Hayes
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The Industries of Russia

Author : Russia. Ministerstvo finansov
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Alexander III of Russia

Author : Charles Lowe
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Soviet Russia

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Free Russia

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Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States

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Foreign Policy Making in Russia

Author : Eunsook Chung
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature Science and Art

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Foreign Operations Export Financing and Related Programs Appropriations for

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs
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The Truth about the Russian Church Abroad

Author : M. Rodzianko
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Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries

Author : United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
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Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries During the Years

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Documents Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States with Other Countries During the Years from 1809 to 1898

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A collected set of congressional documents of the 11th to the 55th Congress, messages of the Presidents of the United States, and correspondence of the State Dept. Many of these pamphlets have been catalogued separately under their respective headings.

Peterson s Study Abroad 1994

Author : Peterson's
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With this new directory, students can research the full spectrum of study abroad options. Profiles nearly 1,500 programs offered by over 900 institutions, providing details on where and when the program takes place; when to apply; academic programs offered; specific courses taught; total costs; living arrangements; and more.

Hard Diplomacy and Soft Coercion

Author : James Sherr
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During the Cold War, Soviet influence and Leninist ideology were inseparable. But the collapse of both systems threw Russian influence into limbo. In this book, James Sherr draws on his in-depth study of the country over many years to explain and analyse the factors that have brought Russian influence back into play. Today, Tsarist, Soviet and contemporary approaches combine in creative and discordant ways. The result is a policy based on a mixture of strategy, improvisation and habit. The novelty of this policy and its apparent successes pose possible dangers for Russia's neighbours, the West and Russia itself.