Published October 2007
by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||127|
In Getting Russia Right, Dmitri Trenin sheds new light on our understanding of contemporary Russia, providing Western audiences with an insider’s explanation of how the country has arrived at its current position and how the United States and Europe can deal with it more looks beyond Russia’s famous leaders to the economic and cultural spaces . Yet there was little appreciation of the uniqueness of the world-historic opportunity on the table and the enormous stakes involved in getting this critical moment right. Instead of being guided by sensitivity to history, a coherent strategy, and an appealing teleology, Western approaches toward the post-Soviet world were characterized by. UPDATE, 11 APRIL My book Hybrid War or Gibridnaya Voina? Getting Russia’s non-linear military challenge right has been withdrawn from publication. Instead, an expanded, updated and substantially new version will appear in early , published by Routledge. I will keep the original Executive Summary below. Executive Summary The West is at war. The West is at war. Not a war of the old sort, fought with the thunder of guns, but a new sort, fought with the rustle of money, the shrill mantras of propagandists, and the stealthy whispers of spies. Often described as hybrid war, a blend of the military and the political, it reflects both the way /5(4).
The Man Who Got Russia Right Washington has a long tradition of misreading Moscow. As Putin teeters, it’s worth recalling George Kennan, the best Kremlinologist America ever : Susan B. Glasser. The Challenge of Getting Russia Right A diplomat for Napoleon Bonaparte once cautioned that Russia’s adversaries must avoid underestimating the country’s capabilities or overreacting. With that warning in mind, Thomas Graham, a senior fellow with the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, analyzes the US approach that underestimated Russia. Getting Ukraine Wrong. By John J. Mearsheimer. Furthermore, good relations with Russia are essential, because the United States needs Moscow’s help to deal with Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, and. This book, then, is a history of Russia woven into a fictional story spanning generations. It is written perfectly for my liking - enough actual history to teach me about Russia and a great story to keep the thread going throughout the ages that the book by: 3.
This book provides a contextualized understanding of Russia's military revival, "not to justify Moscow's actions, but rather it is vital to inform policy and decision makers in the West." Renz lays out the context for Russia's military revival in five chapters, each addressing a different by: 1. Rarely have Westerners been more in need of help in understanding Russia than now, and one could ask for no better guides than Trenin and Shevtsova. Both combine extraordinary intellectual sophistication and an ability to think outside their national skins with hardheaded realism -- analytic skills applied equally well to Western policies toward their country. Trenin is the more patient and. About Mark Galeotti. No publications by this author. About Us Feedback Help Center Work at Lulu. USD. Change shop currency. USD EUR AUD GBP CAD. English. Change language. English Deutsch Français Italiano Español. Get exclusive Publishing & Marketing tips to help you create and sell your books more effectively! You can unsubscribe at any time. Author has not published any product. About Mark Galeotti. None.