The Struggle for a National Identity in Post-Soviet Russia
Glenn Chafetz investigates the sources of Russia's current foreign policy. He shows that the inconsistencies in policy spring from competing conceptions of Russia's identity in the minds of different top officials as well as from their different domestic political needs.
The End of the Soviet Empire: The Triumph of the Nations, Helene Carrere d'Encausse and Franklin Philip Reviewed by Glenn Chafetz
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