Domestic Factors in Russia’s Middle East Policy
Ch. 3. P. 61-81.
L. : C. Hurst & Co., 2022
, Россия в глобальной политике 2023 Т. 21 № 6 С. 5-6
The drama in the Middle East has confirmed what we have been writing about for a long time – the transformation of the world takes place through a series of acute local conflicts, each of which is teetering on the verge of becoming a global one and certainly resonates throughout the planet. The limiter in ...
Added: November 9, 2023
L. : C. Hurst & Co., 2022
This book sheds light on Russia’s motives in the Middle East, examining its growing role in the region and its efforts to defend its national interests. As one of the first volumes to address both domestic and external drivers, it provides a valuable multi-dimensional account of Moscow’s foreign policy. Russian Foreign Policy Towards the Middle ...
Added: July 1, 2022
, Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization 2023 Vol. 31 No. 3 P. 309-333
Using the framework of social identity theory, the article attempts to explain the main shifts in Russian policy toward the Middle East since the collapse of the Soviet Union. According to this theory, states have three strategies for achieving status: social mobility, social competition, and social creativity. In the 30 years prior to January 2022, ...
Added: December 10, 2022
, Manara magazine 2021 Vol. 5 No. 2
The main features of the post-Soviet policy Russia was pursuing in the Middle East at the turn of the century were the following: rejecting messianic ideas, great-Powerness and confrontation. Russia became more pragmatic; its policy stopped being “pro”, such as “pro-Arab” or “pro-Israeli”. Basically, Russia tried to follow its own interest, placing the emphasis, first ...
Added: May 11, 2021
, Strategic Analysis 2016 Vol. 40 No. 6 P. 455-457
At the turn of the 21st century, the world entered a new period of development. The customary bipolar system that prevailed after World War II had collapsed following the self-destruction of one of its poles. Russia’s refusal to follow the Western course is only the first poignant sign of confrontation between the West’s united world ...
Added: September 16, 2018
, , The International Spectator 2020 Vol. 55 No. 3 P. 132-147
Yemen occupies a peripheral place in Russian foreign policy for three reasons: lack of serious economic interest, the illusory potential of strengthening the military presence there and recognition of Saudi Arabia’s role in the Yemeni conflict. However, a deepening of the split within the Arab coalition in Yemen, primarily between the UAE and Saudi Arabia, ...
Added: August 21, 2020
Russian Strategy towards the Post-Soviet Space in Europe: Searching for Balance between Economy, Security, and Great Power Attractiveness
, Strategic Analysis 2016 Vol. 40 No. 6 P. 604-618
After the Ukrainian crisis and Russia’s actions in Crimea and Donbass, there is a growing lack of understanding about Russian interests in the post-Soviet space. Russian authorities have been accused of having a desire to expand its territory, trying to re-Sovietise the region, and using neo-imperial approaches of doing business with its neighbours. However, the ...
Added: October 18, 2016
, , in : Neighbourhood Perceptions of the Ukraine Crisis: From the Soviet Union into Eurasia?. : Abingdon : Routledge, 2017. Ch. 4. P. 41-68.
According to the Russian classic, there are two Russian ‘perennial questions’: Who is guilty? And what should be done? While the answer to the first question is clear to the Kremlin (of course, it’s the West - the U.S. and EU – who should be blamed for the Ukrainian crisis), the second question is still ...
Added: February 6, 2017
, , Russian Politics 2023 Vol. 8 No. 4 P. 468-492
The following article addresses the question of why, despite a handful of certain overlapping interests, the U.S and Russia ultimately failed to reach a compromise during their negotiations at the start of the Ukrainian crisis. We aim to reveal the effects of competing national security narratives from both the United States and Russia, and its ...
Added: October 20, 2023
, , Мировая экономика и международные отношения 2021 Т. 65 № 11 С. 88-96
As the events of the past few years indicate, relations between Russia and Turkey are increasingly determined by security-related issues. Such a shift in priorities in bilateral relations should be perceived not only as a response to the emerging threats to the internal and external security of the two countries but also as a consequence of the ...
Added: October 26, 2021
, В кн. : Проблемы европейской безопасности. Вып. 2.: ИНИОН РАН, 2017. С. 145-172.
The article analyzes the Italian Republic foreign policy stance on the Syrian civil war. The internal and external factors affecting the official Rome foreign policy decision-making process examined. Particular attention in this context is paid to the effects of the global financial-economic crisis which converted Italy into one of the «sick counties» of the European Union. ...
Added: January 24, 2019
, , В кн. : Emerging Powers in Africa. A New Wave in the Relationship?. : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. С. 159-175.
Russia has a consistent record of exceptionalism, evidenced in its approach to Africa, which differs slightly from other ‘traditional’ and ‘new’ players on the continent. Based on Russia’s historical presence in Africa, support for liberation movements and extensive ties to African elites, it may seem that it is Africa’s natural ally. However, given the challenges faced by both parties, interactions ...
Added: February 7, 2017
, , et al., Evolutionary Psychological Science 2018 Vol. 4 No. 3 P. 314-321
Research has documented sex differences in risk-taking behavior, and young men in particular are more prone than women to engage in activities associated with physical risks. Evolutionary scientists have proposed that this sex difference is a consequence of male competition over mating opportunities. Thus, mating motives promote risk-taking in men more than in women. Here, ...
Added: December 16, 2019
Russia, the Council of Europe, and “Ruxit,” or Why Non-Democratic Illiberal Regimes Join International Organizations
, , Problems of Post-Communism 2019 Vol. 66 No. 5 P. 64-77
Russian membership in the Council of Europe is a function of two threats: isolation internationally and too much democratization/liberalization domestically. These concerns conditioned Russia’s halcyon first decade of membership. Looking forward, however, the obligations of membership challenge Vladimir Putin’s limited interest in further domestic reforms at a time when international isolation bothers him less. The ...
Added: November 7, 2019
, , in : The Comparative Approach and Prospects on Education of Local and Korean Culture (and literature) in Central and East Europe. : Riga : University of Latvia Press, 2017. P. 64-68.
The paper looks at the question of relationship between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Korea. Notwithstanding the explicitly and commonly shared aim of establishing and maintaining peace on the Korean Peninsula and in the broader North-East Asia region, Russian and Korean public perceptions of each other’s foreign policies result remarkably altered. As results ...
Added: October 14, 2019
, , , in : Political Narratives in the Middle East and North Africa: Conceptions of Order and Perceptions of Instability. : Dordrecht : Springer, 2020. P. 95-114.
The second decade of the twenty-first century is characterised by Russia’s active involvement in Middle Eastern issues. Unexpectedly, Russia decided to return to the Middle East, and Damascus appeared to be the gate to the region. Russian policy in the Middle East ceased to be ideological following the collapse of the Soviet Union, and no ...
Added: January 14, 2020
М. : Кранкэс, 2006
Сборник научных трудов посвящен истории, современному состоянию и перспективам развития Египта и Ближнего Востока в контексте глобальных процессов, разворачивающихся в современном мире. Статьи подготовлены на основе докладов, прочитанных на симпозиуме "Египет, Ближний Восток и глобальный мир" в Российском Государственном Гуманитарном Университете 15-17 мая 2006 г. Для специалистов-востоковедов, а также широкого круга читателей, интересующихся историей и современными процессами ...
Added: March 24, 2013
Toward a Cognitive Classical Linguistics The Embodied Basis of Constructions in Greek and Latin: The Embodied Basis of Constructions in Greek and Latin
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2019
describes verbs of hearing in Greek ...
Added: July 5, 2021
, Biology International 2010 Vol. 47 P. 118-121
Evolutionary education: an example from Russia ...
Added: March 8, 2020
, / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2013.
The US-Russia relations are entering a new political season in a shape which is far from being perfect. The “reset” is over, and throughout the years 2011 and especially 2012 the relations have worsened again. Political leadership of both countries is irritated and disappointed with each other. Unlike the last four years, neither Russia nor ...
Added: February 20, 2014
, Russia Policy Review 2019 Vol. 3 No. 3 P. 40-46
This paper examines the prospects of the Mekong River resource development problem in the context of the implementation of the "Belt and Road Initiative". ...
Added: October 13, 2020
М. : Три квадрата, 2010
В чем особенности исторического пути России? Сегодня этот вопрос интересует не только ученых и политиков, но и широкий круг рядовых граждан. Тот же вопрос задавали себе и немцы, как до объединения Германии, так и в различные кризисные периоды существования этой страны. Сама идеология (система взглядов) «особого пути» России оказывается вовсе не особенной, не уникально российской. Почему ...
Added: April 7, 2013
The Academic Study In The 1990s And 2000s Of The History And Practice Of Awarding Academic Degrees And Titles In Russia
, / Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities". 2014. No. WP BRP 46/HUM/2014.
This article reconstructs the activity of the 'Alexander Yakushev school', a scholarly movement whose representatives over the last 20 years have studied the history of awarding academic degrees in the Russian Empire, the USSR and the Russian Federation. The causes of this school's emergence, its research areas are analyzed, and its achievements are evaluated. The ...
Added: May 6, 2014
Россия и Арабский мир: к 200-летию профессора Санкт-Петербургского университета Шейха ат-Тантави (1810-1861)"; 2-3 ноября 2010 г.: Материалы конференции
СПб. : [б.и.], 2010
Added: November 16, 2014