The old order of stable political alignments within and between the
Soviet republics and their nationalities disintegrated with the
collapse of the Soviet Union. Russia and the fourteen new states on
its borders must now deal with a new and unpredictable
international environment even as they struggle with political and
economic chaos at home. Russia and the New States of Eurasia, first
published in 1994, focuses on the central role of Russia in this
new world and surveys the possibilities for future alignments both
among the new states, and between the new states and their
neighbours. It identifies the key issues and relationships which
will determine the long-term economic growth and political
stability of this vast and vital region, and will prove essential
reading for students, scholars and policy-makers concerned with the
future of the former Soviet Union.
Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
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• Bruce Parrott
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