Author: Gilbert Rozman,Mikhail G. Nosov,Kolji Watanabe,East West Insitute
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 30, 1999)
Category: Social Sciences
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Gilbert Rozman, Mikhail G. Nosov, Kolji Watanabe, East West Insitute. Routledge Published September 30, 1999 Reference - 256 Pages ISBN 9780765604347 - CAT Y183125.
By Gilbert Rozman, Mikhail G. The contributors to this volume have undertaken an assessment of the Soviet Union as it enters the last decade of the 20th century
By Gilbert Rozman, Mikhail G. The contributors to this volume have undertaken an assessment of the Soviet Union as it enters the last decade of the 20th century. Organized to cover each major area of policy initiative (or response), the collection surveys the Gorbachev reform agenda and its successes and failures to date in various fields, including culture, economics, ideology, law, politics, federalism and the nationality problem, and foreign policy vis-a-vis the West, Eastern Europe and the Third World.
sides of the Eurasian landmass: Lockean in its east and Hobbesian in its west.
At a time of critical geopolitical economic changes (. The paper concludes that Rus-sian elites' sense of geopolitical exposure and their economic mismanagement have not only prompting discrepancy in Russia's foreign policy, but also undermining its great power status in the 21st century.
A certain trend also focused on security in the face of man-made catastrophes and the surrounding environment. The good neighbor belt which has been one of Russia’s foreign policy priorities has been fractured, and the West has successfully formed part of an anti-Russian buffer zone. This creates risks for further integration processes in general, and for Russia’s role in the Eurasian space in general. Under the pressure of the West, it is necessary to more articulately substantiate decisions and alternative scenarios for both EAEU partners and other alliances.
The first volume in a series that explores Eurasia's security environment. It examines not only traditional political-military concerns but also economic, ethnic, and environmental issues and the role of crime terrorism, the drug trade, and migration in the security environment of Russia and its neighbours to the west.
By the 21st century, all four had developed into advanced an high-income economies, specializing in areas of competitive advantage. Export policies have been the de facto reason for the rise of the Four Asian Tiger economies although te approach taken has been different among the four nations. The term Tiger Cub Economies collectively refers to the economies of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.