Editor's Spotlight: Ukraine, Russia, and the West

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Volume 118 - Number 1 - Spring 2003

Engagement, Containment, and the International Politics of Eurasia
DAVID W. RIVERA analyzes whether post-Soviet Russia has pursued a hostile, imperialist course toward the other former republics of the Soviet Union and whether the West should adopt a policy of containing Russian expansionism. He concludes by assessing whether previous trends have continued into the Putin years and draws out the implications of its findings for the “Who Lost Russia?” debate and whether Russia should be invited to join NATO.

Volume 113 - Number 3 - Fall 1998

Creating a Disaster: NATO's Open Door Policy
Robert J. Art argues that an open door membership policy will destroy NATO and that there is a better alternative to create a security structure for Europe.

Volume 113 - Number 3 - Fall 1998

Courting Disaster: An Expanded NATO vs. Russia and China
Bruce Russett and Allan C. Stam examine the recent decision to expand NATO to include former Soviet satellites. They argue that the further inclusion of Russia would allow NATO to become a most effective tool in managing security threats in the next century.

Volume 109 - Number 1 - Spring 1994

Nationalism and Foreign Policy in Ukraine
Charles F. Furtado, JR. analyzes the unsteady brew of nationalism and foreign policy in Ukraine. Tracing domestic and international factors, Furtado suggests policy strategies to prevent the radicalization of Ukrainian nationalism and its foreign policy.

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Ukraine, Russia, and the West

Creating a Disaster: NATO's Open Door Policy
Robert J. Art

Engagement, Containment, and the International Politics of Eurasia


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