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27 June 2012
Taylor & Francis
Special Issue: Russia and the World
Volume 64, Issue 3, 2012
Guest Edited by Natasha Kuhrt
This Special Issue brings together analyses of key domestic, foreign and security policy issues during the Putin and Medvedev administrations. Indeed, the articles demonstrate the extent to which domestic and foreign policy issues are inextricably linked, in particular in the domain of security, whether 'hard' or 'soft'. As we move into another Putin administration, these issues, ranging from the role of nuclear weapons and energy, to issues of sovereignty and self-determination, terrorism and insurgency, and the role of Islam, will remain central in official discourse and in Russia's relations with the wider world.
Read the Introduction and below access articles included in this Special Issue, at no cost, until the 31st July 2012.
Nationalism for Export? The Domestic and Foreign-Policy Implications of the New ‘Russian Idea’
Nuclear Weapons in Russian Foreign Policy: Patterns in Presidential Discourse 2000–2010
Jennifer G. Mathers
When the Internal and External Collide: A Social Constructivist Reading of Russia's Security Policy