Russia as an aspiring great power in east Asia

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Description "Rangsimaporn argues that Russia aspires to become a great power and tries to achieve this through utilizing its position as a Eurasian country, with vast territories in East Asia, its economic assets, primarily arms and energy, and careful management of its role in a multipolar East Asia with a complex balance of power"--Provided by publisher.
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Subjects Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- East Asia
East Asia -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
East Asia -- Foreign relations
Subtitle perceptions and policies from Yeltsin to Putin
Table Of Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction * Actors in Russias East Asia Policy Making * Continuities and Evolution in Russian * Perceptions of East Asia * The Many Faces of Eurasianism * Economic Integrationist Aim and Projecting Influence * Multipolarity and the East Asian Balance of Power * Case Studies * Conclusion Introduction * Actors in Russias East Asia Policy Making * Continuities and Evolution in Russian * Perceptions of East Asia * The Many Faces of Eurasianism * Economic Integrationist Aim and Projecting Influence * Multipolarity and the East Asian Balance of Power * Case Studies * Conclusion.
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Russia as an aspiring great power in east Asia
Authors P. Rangsimaporn
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Categories Political Science
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Description Rangsimaporn argues that Russia aspires to become a great power and tries to achieve this through utilizing its position as a Eurasian country, with vast territories in East Asia, its economic assets, primarily arms and energy, and careful management of its role in a multipolar East Asia with a complex balance of power.
Language en
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Page Count 260
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Published Date 2009-08-27
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Perceptions and Policies from Yeltsin to Putin
Title Russia as an Aspiring Great Power in East Asia
ISBN_100230210112
ISBN_139780230210110

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