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Conflict in the former USSR

Matthew Sussex

Conflict in the former USSR

by Matthew Sussex

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • National security,
  • Military History,
  • Violence,
  • Ethnic relations,
  • International Security,
  • Political stability,
  • Social conflict,
  • Social conditions,
  • Ethnic conflict,
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Matthew Sussex
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA770 .C686 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationpages cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25323647M
    ISBN 109780521763103, 9780521135283
    LC Control Number2012016906

    This is a thorough and sophisticated study of one of the most critical current issues in world politics. Bruce Porter examines Soviet policy and behaviour in Third World conflicts in the postwar period, focusing particularly on five examples: the Yemeni civil war, the Nigerian civil war, the Yom Kippur war, the Angolan civil war, and the Ogaden war.4/5(1). This is the first full-length study of relations among the communist states. The study explores the implications of the status of Yugoslavia and China, the significance of the Hungarian revolution and the position of Poland in the Soviet bloc, and clarifies the Khrushchev–Gomulka clash of and the complex role of Tito.

    Starting with a historical overview of Russia's security agenda and an examination of the Russian/Soviet army's tradition of involvement in politics, The Russian Army in a Time of Troubles examines Russia's current security interests and the role of the army in protecting them. Former FBI agent Peter Strzok is releasing a book less than two months before this year's presidential election about President Trump and Russia. The book, “Compromised: Counterintelligence and the.

    Best Loved Books In The Former Soviet Union. The True History of a Little Ragamuffin by James Greenwood (written by an English author, for adults, but little known in the UK); Books by Boris Zakhoder (who translated Alice In Wonderland into Russian very adeptly); An early Soviet classic, Schwambrania by Lev Kassil is about two provincial Russian brothers growing up prior to and after the. post Soviet Union since when field work and access to conflict zones became possible. Our work has been consistently funded by the National Science Foundation and it is academic work without a specific policy bent. This stands in sharp contrast to most of the writings on the former Soviet Union .


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This book is the most up-to-date and authoritative examination of war and conflict in the former USSR currently available. Covering pressing issues such as war, international security, counter-terrorism, and crime and corruption in the former USSR, it is an invaluable resource for researchers, policy professionals and students alike.

Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, conflict in the former USSR has been a key concern in international security. This book fills a gap in the literature on violent conflict, evaluating a region that contains all the modern ingredients for instability and aggression. Managing Conflict in the Former Soviet Union offers a unique Russian and Western perspective on an important issue neglected by U.S.

policymakers. It will be invaluable for anyone who wants to understand both the sources of post-Soviet ethno-political conflict and how Russian analysts view these : Paperback. Conflict and Security in the Former Soviet Union examines the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)'s approach to post-Cold War tensions and conflicts in the former Soviet area, the extent to which the new procedures, mechanisms and instruments developed by the organization are useful, and how the OSCE's activities may reveal innovative contributions to conflict.

Available in: the collapse of the Soviet Union, numerous ethnic and internal conflicts have emerged within and between the former Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Thank you for your : $   Conflict and Security Conflict in the former USSR book the Former Soviet Union examines the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)'s approach to post-Cold War tensions and conflicts in the former Soviet area, the extent to which the new procedures, mechanisms and instruments developed by the organization are useful, and how the OSCE's activities may reveal innovative contributions to conflict.

Conflict in the Former USSR Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, conflict in the former USSR has been a key concern in international security.

This book fills a gap in the literature on violent conflict, evaluating a region that contains all the modern ingredients for instability and aggression. MIT Press, - History - pages 2 Reviews Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, numerous ethnic and internal conflicts have emerged within and between the former Soviet republics.5/5(2).

Managing Conflict in the Former Soviet Unionoffers a unique Russian and Western perspective on an important issue neglected by U.S. policymakers. It will be invaluable for anyone who wants to understand both the sources of post-Soviet ethno-political conflict and how Russian analysts view these conflicts.

Fiona Hill. Ethnic conflict in the former Soviet Union by Vitaliĭ Vi͡acheslavovich Naumkin,Russian Centre for Strategic Research and International Studies edition, in English Ethnic conflict in the former Soviet Union ( edition) | Open Library. Title first published in Conflict and Security in the Former Soviet Union examines the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)'s approach to post-Cold War tensions and conflicts in the former Soviet area, the extent to which the new procedures, mechanisms and instruments developed by the organization are useful, and how the OSCE's activities may reveal.

Summary: "Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, conflict in the former USSR has been a key concern in international security. This book fills a gap in the literature on violent conflict, evaluating a region that contains all the modern ingredients for instability and aggression.

in significant part because of the numerical predominance of the Soviet bloc’s disintegration—more from the USSr and yugoslavia alone than in the rest of the world since —scholars of the region’s conflicts have written the lion’s share of books and articles on comparative sepa.

Managing Conflict in the Former Soviet Union by Alexei G. Arbatov,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). This book is the most up-to-date and authoritative examination of war and conflict in the former USSR currently available. Covering pressing issues such as war, international security, counter-terrorism, and crime and corruption in the former USSR, it is an invaluable resource for researchers, policy professionals and students alike.

This volume explores the common trends and differences in the responses of the new post-Soviet states to the problems of state-building in ethnically and regionally divided societies, focusing on the impact of ethnic and regional conflicts on post-communist transition and institutional development.

A similar process was under way in the former Soviet Union until it ceased to exist and turned into a loose commonwealth. 5 Ethnic conflicts in the former USSR: history and lessons. The emergence of a whole series of ethnic conflicts in the USSR in came both as a surprise and as something long expected by Soviet and foreign observers.

This article lists the post-Soviet conflicts, the violent political and ethnic conflicts in the countries of the former Soviet Union since shortly before its official breakup in December Some of these conflicts such as the Russian constitutional crisis or the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine were due to political crises in the successor states.

This volume of essays takes a multidisciplinary and cross-domain look at religion and how it affects the stability of the former Soviet republics. Contributions by a range of international researchers and policy experts on religion and conflict and the post-Soviet region address the dynamics among religion, conflict, and stability in the South and North Caucasus, Central Asia, Ukraine, and : Katya Migacheva, Bryan Frederick.

The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military.

Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian political figures. The collapse of the Soviet empire in removed a decades-long system of successful control of potential ethnic and regional conflict.

The result was the eruption of numerous conflicts over state-building, some of which degenerated into violence and some of which were resolved or prevented by strategies of accommodation. This volume explores the common trends and differences in the 5/5(1).A predominance of these instances of ethnic conflict is located in the Caucasus and the Central Asian regions as a result of territorial disputes and political unrest.

In addition, conflict between Russia and other former Soviet states has accounted for a large amount of present conflicts.The Soviet Union and the United States stayed far apart during the next three decades of superpower conflict and the nuclear and missile arms race.

Beginning in the early s, the Soviet regime proclaimed a policy of détente and sought increased economic cooperation and disarmament negotiations with the West.