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Leon Aron examine the changing domestic basis of Russian policy toward other countries. Sherman Garnett traces Russian relations with the former Soviet republics that are now independent states to Russia's west, in particular Ukraine and the three Baltic countries. Rajan Menon analyzes the rather different set of policies the new Russia has pursued toward its neighbors to the south, in the Caucasus, and in Central Asia. Finally, Coit Blacker discusses the evolving Russian approach to the West.
|Introduction: Russian Foreign Policy in Historical Perspective||1|
|1||The Foreign Policy Doctrine of Postcommunist Russia and Its Domestic Context||23|
|2||Europe's Crossroads: Russia and the West in the New Borderlands||64|
|3||After Empire: Russia and the Southern "Near Abroad"||100|
|4||Russia and the West||167|
|About the Authors||194|