Russia and the West: The 21st Century Security Environment: The 21st Century Security Environment, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Russia and the West: The 21st Century Security Environment

The 21st Century Security Environment, 1st Edition

By Alexei G. Arbatov, Karl Kaiser, Robert Legvold

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256 pages

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pub: 1999-04-30
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The first volume in a series that explores Eurasia's security environment. It examines not only traditional political-military concerns but also economic, ethnic, and environmental issues and the role of crime terrorism, the drug trade, and migration in the security environment of Russia and its neighbours to the west. The dynamic approach use in the book takes account of both the internal and external aspects of security problems and their interplay. The participation of international authors facilitates the consideration of each problem from all relevant points of view.

Table of Contents

Traditional Security - the New Great Power Politics, Lawrence Freedman; Traditional Security - the Changing Security Perspective in Europe, Vladimir G. Baranovsky and Alexei G. Arbatov; Economic Features of Security - Conceptual, Internal and International Aspects of Russia's Economic Security, Hans-Hermann Hohmann and Christian Meier; Economic Features of Security - the Intersection of Economics and Politics in Russia, Efim S. Khesin; Territorial and Ethnic Disputes - an Incomplete Settlement in Eastern and Central Europe, Sherman W. Garnett; Territorial and Ethnic Disputes - the Changing Geopolitical Realities in Europe, Dmitri V. Trenin; Non-Traditional Challenges - Russia, the West, and the Redefinition of Security, Richard H. Ullman; Non-Traditional Challenges - Harmful Legacies and Dangerous Weaknesses, Alexander A. Pikayev, Elena Nikitina and Vladimir Kotov.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
SOC028000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies