7 edition of Russia and the Middle East found in the catalog.
February 5, 2000
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||306|
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This book can be considered an extended essay on Russia's role in the Middle East, especially in terms of the Russian intervention in the Syrian conflict. It challenges many of the ideas floating in academic circles and journalistic narratives about the reasons driving Russia, particularly the Russian political elite, to intervene in by: 3.
"a good introduction to Post-Communist Russia's policy in the Middle East." -"-MESA Bulletin" this book is extremely useful for understanding Russian foreign policy toward the Middle East under Yeltsin."-Russian Review".".a good introduction to Post-Communist Russia's policy in the Middle East." -"-MESA Bulletin"Author: Talal Nizameddin.
What Vladimir Putin Really Wants in the Middle East A new book translates Russia’s fears and hopes for Syria, and the wider region, for. The end of the Soviet Union precipitated a reassessment of Russia’s foreign policy in many parts of the world, particularly the Middle East. This text looks at how a once cherished commitment to ideological goals and superpower rivalry with the United States was replaced, afterwith a pragmatic foreign policy based on national interest.
Consequently, one of the best things Americans can do to counter the Russians in the Middle East is to set aside the partisan warfare that is Author: Steven A. Cook. Moreover, the Middle East is the region that best fits Russia’s foreign policy “toolkit,” so to speak: i.e., sufficiently effective modern Armed Forces and the ability to use them (especially after the reforms of the late s and early s); a solid knowledge of the region gathered during the Soviet Union’s activity there; a strong.
Russia, the United States, and the Middle East. J We don’t know much about what was said when U.S. President Donald Trump sat across from Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit on July 7, but we do know they talked a lot about the Middle East.
What Is Russia Up To in the Middle East. by Dmitri Trenin. Polity Press,pp. It is a difficult task to clearly and concisely frame today's Middle East picture, yet it can be done. Russia’s revitalized activity in the Middle East has been met with interest, if not concern, creating a quagmire of international activity in the region.
Russia is on a roll in the Middle East. Russian airpower saved the Assad regime from certain defeat. Turkey and Israel must now accept the presence of Russian troops on their borders. Saudi Arabia has given Russian President Vladimir Putin the red-carpet treatment.
And U.S. President Donald Trump thanked Putin for facilitating the operation to. The eyes of the world are on the Middle East. Today, more than ever, this deeply-troubled region is the focus of power games between major global players vying for international influence.
Absent from this scene for the past quarter century, Russia is now back with gusto. Yet its motivations, Brand: Wiley.