First published in 1997, this book explored Russia’s politics at an important phase in the life of the Russian state. Focusing on the different types of cooperative interactings between Russia and the fourteen other republics of the former Doviet Union from mid 1990-late 91. The book brings out the nature of the Russians effort to reconfigure its ties with these republics. At a time when the Soviet empire with an aim to limit the damage to the interests of the Russians. As the author concludes, Russia’s inter-republican cooperation was a carefully thought-out policy to undermine the Gorbachev government’s effort to control centre-periphery relations and manage the uncontrolled break-up of the Soviet Union. Russia signalled, through its cooperative relations with the republics, that it was willing to accept the republics as sovereign and view its own interaction with them as inter-state relations.
1. Introduction and Literature Review. 2. Theoretical Orientation and Research Design. 3. The Flow of Interactions: The Nature of Transactions between Russia and its Partners. 4. Reciprocity in Unequal Relations: A Case Study of Lithuanian-Russian Cooperation. 5. Lithuania Plays the Russia Card: Lithuanian-Russian Relations and the USSR. 6. Through the Eyes of the Russian Government: Content Analysis of the Elite Pronouncements. 7. Russian Treaties: The Interplay of Multilateral and Bilateral Relations. 8. Conclusion.
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