Fall 2009 not offered
This course examines the security dilemmas facing Russia and the other newly independent states that emerged from the collapse of the Soviet Union. These new states found themselves in a global security environment that was itself undergoing profound changes. To the west they face the opportunities and challenges of economic integration with the European Union, while to the south they face ethnic warfare, terrorism, and collapsed states.
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Tsygankov, Andrei, RUSSIA¿S FOREIGN POLICY
Trenin, Dmitrii, THE END OF EURASIA
Cooper, Roboert, THE BREAKING OF NATIONS
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Three short papers, one research paper.
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