Russian Foreign Policy and the West
Paul Kubicek analyzes crucial cases of Russian-Western interaction after the Cold War to determine whether foreign policy interests or domestic politics better explain Russian foreign policy. He argues that domestic politics has affected rhetoric much more than policy, and that Russian policy responds predictably to constraints and opportunities in the international environment.
Comparing Post-Soviet Legislatures: A Theory of Institutional Design and Conflict, Joel M. Ostrow Reviewed by Paul Kubicek
Ukraine and Russia: The Post-Soviet Transition, Roman Solchanyk Reviewed by Paul Kubicek
Condemned to Repetition? The Rise, Fall, and Reprise of Soviet-Russian Military Interventionism, 1973-1996, Andrew Bennett Reviewed by Paul Kubicek
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