Beyond Crimea : the new Russian empire / Agnia Grigas.  (Text) (Text)

Grigas, Agnia, 1979-
Call no.: DK510.764 .G74 2016Publication: New Havenn : Yale University Press, [2016]Description: xi, 332 pISBN: 9780300214505 (hbk.); 0300214502 (hbk.)Subject(s): Russians -- Government policy -- Foreign countries -- RussiaRussia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relationsLOC classification: DK510.764 | .G74 2016
Contents:The return to empire -- Russian reimperialization : from soft power to annexation -- The origins and development of Russian compatriot policies -- Separatism and annexation : Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine -- NATO's Achilles' heel : the Baltic States -- State building and shifting loyalties : Central Asia -- Allies or targets? : Belarus and Armenia.
Summary: How will Russia redraw post-Soviet borders? In the wake of recent Russian expansionism, political risk expert Agnia Grigas illustrates how-for more than two decades-Moscow has consistently used its compatriots in bordering nations for its territorial ambitions. Demonstrating how this policy has been implemented in Ukraine and Georgia, Grigas provides cutting-edge analysis of the nature of Vladimir Putin's foreign policy and compatriot protection to warn that Moldova, Kazakhstan, the Baltic States, and others are also at risk.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The return to empire -- Russian reimperialization : from soft power to annexation -- The origins and development of Russian compatriot policies -- Separatism and annexation : Moldova, Georgia, and Ukraine -- NATO's Achilles' heel : the Baltic States -- State building and shifting loyalties : Central Asia -- Allies or targets? : Belarus and Armenia.

How will Russia redraw post-Soviet borders? In the wake of recent Russian expansionism, political risk expert Agnia Grigas illustrates how-for more than two decades-Moscow has consistently used its compatriots in bordering nations for its territorial ambitions. Demonstrating how this policy has been implemented in Ukraine and Georgia, Grigas provides cutting-edge analysis of the nature of Vladimir Putin's foreign policy and compatriot protection to warn that Moldova, Kazakhstan, the Baltic States, and others are also at risk.

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