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Bilyana Lilly, “Russian Foreign Policy toward Missile Defense: Actors, Motivations, and Influence”

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Description: Discussions with Scholars of Russia and Eurasia about their New Books

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Bilyana Lilly, “Russian Foreign Policy toward Missile Defense: Actors, Motivations, and Influence”

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The current conflict in Ukraine has reopened old wounds and brought the complexity of Russia’s relationship with the United States and Europe to the forefront. One of the most important factors in relations between the Kremlin and the West has been the issue of Ballistic Missile Defense, particula...

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Thane Gustafson, “Wheel of Fortune: The Battle for Oil and Power in Russia”

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Russia’s economy hinges on its ability to produce and sell natural resources. Especially oil. It comes as no surprise that the collapse of Soviet Union ushered in a mad scramble for control over oil resources. The oligarchs who sat atop the treasure trove of oil production following post-Soviet pr...

Jenny Kaminer, “Women with a Thirst for Destruction: The Bad Mother in Russian Culture”

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[Cross-posted from New Books in Gender Studies] Jenny Kaminer‘s new book, Women with a Thirst for Destruction: The Bad Mother in Russian Culture (Northwestern University Press, 2014) analyzes Russian myths of motherhood over time and in particular, the evolving myths of the figure of the “ba...

Alexander Cooley, “Great Game, Local Rules: The New Great Power Contest in Central Asia”

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Central Asia is one of the least studied and understood regions of the Eurasian landmass, conjuring up images of 19th century Great Power politics, endless steppe, and impenetrable regimes. Alexander Cooley, a professor of Political Science at Barnard College in New York, has studied the five post-S...

Angela Stent, “The Limits of Partnership: U.S.-Russian Relations in the Twentieth-First Century”

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[Cross-posted from New Books in World Affairs] In 2005, the Comedy Central Network aired an episode of “South Park” in which one of the characters asked if any “Third World” countries other than Russia had the ability to fly a whale to the moon. During a press conference that took place tw...

Vladimir Sharov, “Before and During, trans. Oliver Ready”

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