Russia and the West by J. A. Naik

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Written in English

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  • Europe - Russia & the Former Soviet Union,
  • Foreign Relations,
  • History - General History

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Number of Pages466
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Open LibraryOL10156497M
ISBN 100391022954
ISBN 109780391022959

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Russia, the West, and military intervention. [Roy Allison;] -- Abstract: Russia has been embroiled in bitter disputes with major Western powers over high-profile military interventions - over Kosovo (), Iraq (), Georgia (), and even Libya ().Contributing to ongoing scholarly debates about Russia’s role in the world, its strategies aimed at securing legitimation of Putin’s regime both internationally and domestically, modern information warfare and propaganda, far right politics and activism in the West, this book draws on theories and methods from history, political science.

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