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Straightening Out Russian Foreign Policy


Vladimir Putin and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, 2017, photo via Office of the President of RussiaBESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,372, December 15, 2019
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Russian foreign policy since the mid-2000s tends to be perceived in contradictory terms: as either a negative for Russia or the product of a grand strategic vision on the part of the Russian leadership. It is also often falsely perceived as representing a break with the past. Moscow’s foreign policy moves need to be viewed with a balanced perspective and should be placed in their historical context.
The grand analytical narratives of Russian foreign policy …read more

Source:: Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies

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