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Regional security in the wake of the colapse of the Soviet Union: Europe and the Middle East

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Published by Europa-Union Verlag GmbH in Bonn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • OUR Brockhaus selection,
  • Politik

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMunich Contributions to European Unification -- 8
    ContributionsHrsg.: Weidenfels, Werner
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22515101M
    ISBN 103771306124

      How America will collapse (by ) speed: just a year for Portugal, two years for the Soviet Union, eight years for France, 11 years for the Ottomans, 17 years for Great Britain, and, in all Author: Alfred Mccoy.   The collapse of the Soviet Union in the early s heralded a thaw in Russia-China relations. Russia no longer had strong reasons to withhold .

    Russia’s Middle East Power Play while Putin famously declared the collapse of the Soviet Union to be the greatest geopolitical calamity of the 20th century, the essential elements of his Author: Vance Serchuk. Although Russia’s population fell sharply following the Soviet Union’s collapse, it has rebounded somewhat in recent years. Abandoned industrial towns and work settlements built by the Soviet Union dot the landscape, evidence of the Soviet government’s ill-fated attempt to decentralize its population and development (see Figure ).

      Above all else, for some countries in the Middle East the emerging Asian giant is seen as a more attractive and relevant economic and political model and an alternative to the U.S., which has led the international order since the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early s. How COVID is changing China’s image in the Middle East.   Four years after the Iranian Revolution, three years after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the Carter Doctrine, the Persian Gulf is no longer so much in the news. Many dire predictions were made in the wake of the double crisis of Some, looking at the collapse of the local security system and the vulnerability of the West's oil supplies to interference, saw in the Soviet Cited by: 9.


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Regional security in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union: Europe and the Middle East (Munich Contributions to European Unification) Skip to main content Try Prime. Regional Security in the Wake of the Collapse of the Soviet Union Gabriel Gorodetsky, Werner Weidenfeld (eds.): Regional Security in the Wake of the Collapse of the Soviet Union: Europe and the Middle East.

Regional security in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union: Europe and the Middle East: a project of the Bertelsmann Foundation. [Gabriel Gorodetsky; Werner Weidenfeld; Bertelsmann Stiftung (Gütersloh, Germany);]. Erika Weinthal, ‘International organizations, Western norms and the construction of regional security in Central Asia: fact or fiction?’, in Gabriel Gorodetsky and Werner Weidefeld, eds, Regional security in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union: Europe and the Middle East (Bonn: Europa Union, ); Neil MacFarlane, Western engagement in the Caucasus and Central Cited by: Introduction: Russia’s return to the Middle East 9 Nicu Popescu and Stanislav Secrieru Russia’s regional perspective in MENA The Soviet Union in the Middle East: an overview 13 Florence Gaub and Nicu Popescu What drives Russia’s policy in the Middle East.

21 Dmitri Trenin Russia’s energy diplomacy in the Middle East 29 Carole Nakhle. Tracking The Cold War's Legacy In The Middle East In Sowing Crisis, Middle East scholar Rashid Khalidi examines how Cold War tensions between the U.S. and the Soviet Union continue to undermine.

On the night of Decem at p.m. Moscow time, after Gorbachev left the Kremlin, the Soviet flag was lowered and the State Anthem of the Soviet Union was played for the last time, and the Russian tricolor was raised in its place at pm, symbolically marking the end of the Soviet on: Soviet Union.

the Soviet Union toward change, and leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev instituted policies that furthered that change. Effects: Economic and political change spread through Eastern Europe as the Soviet Union collapsed. America emerged as the world's sole superpower. Twenty-five years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Soviet Union’s successor states continue to experience the political, economic and security effects of 70 years of Soviet rule.

While Russia charts an increasingly assertive regional course, other states, including Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus, have faced challenges defining their relationships with Moscow on the one hand and.

The fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union accelerated the push for deeper European integration, a project which had begun in earnest in the wake of World War II, with the.

For some journalists or authors, it remains hard to disentangle the looming history of the Soviet Union from the now-sovereign republics, even 27 years after its collapse in The European Union May Be on the Verge of Regime Collapse. Cross-posted with Europe won the Cold War. Not long after the Berlin Wall fell a quarter of a century ago, the Soviet Union collapsed, the United States squandered its peace dividend in an attempt to maintain global dominance, and Europe quietly became more prosperous, more integrated, and more of a player in.

The end of the Cold War. In retrospect, the course of the Cold War appears to have been cyclical, with both the United States and the U.S.S.R. alternating between periods of assertion and the first years after the United States hastily demobilized its wartime military forces while pursuing universal, liberal internationalist solutions to problems of security and recovery.

The Middle East has undergone several geopolitical transformations over the decades since World War II. While these in part were driven by political and economic realities indigenous to the region, the most profound changes have come about through the actions of outside actors, first by the Europeans and later by the United States and the Soviet Union.

From the collapse of the Soviet Union to 9/ The unipolar moment. With the collapse of its superpower rival, the Soviet Union, of more than 45 years inthe United States stood atop the global hierarchy to an extent perhaps not seen since the acme of the Roman Empire years : Andrew C.

Kuchins. The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Politics, Economy, Foreign Policy. The Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia, and. Dissent in the USSR.

Introduction. By the late s, the Stalinist economic system began to show signs of stagnation in both the USSR and Eastern Europe, though the process was more critical in the latter. A New Grand Strategy. The collapse of the Soviet Union hasn't altered the conviction among many American policymakers that a stable global economic and political order depends on Washington's.

Europe and the US face unprecedented challenges and threats. To the east, Russia’s aggressive actions aim to destabilize and intimidate neighbors and undermine NATO and the EU.

To the south, continuing crises and violence across North Africa and the Middle East (MENA) have fueled terrorism and mass migration that are affecting Europe’s.

The theoretical part is consistently followed by case studies in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and the Middle East from the collapse of the Soviet Union up to now. One of the biggest contributions of this edited volume is that it offers a new categorization of the post-colonial traumatic effects that detrimentally.

Middle East Egypt values, and ways of life of the United States and western Europe. In eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, this mimicry was all the more painful because these same countries had just been released from the ideological and institutional impositions of the Soviet era; now, they were again adopting the ideas and.

This development is not just increasing concerns in Europe regarding Iran’s nuclear capabilities. While the country attempts to strengthen its position for possible future negotiations, the nuclear deal risks total collapse, with incalculable consequences for the Middle East. Tehran is counting on measured confrontation in the : David Ramin Jalilvand.The price of oil temporarily spiked in the wake of Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait in Augustbut by that point the collapse of the Soviet Union was well under way.

The military factor It is a widely held belief that Soviet defense spending accelerated dramatically in response to the presidency of Ronald Reagan and proposals such as the.Soviet anti-Zionism was a propaganda doctrine promulgated in the Soviet Union during the course of the Cold War, which intensified after the Six-Day was officially sponsored by the department of propaganda of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and by the alleged that Zionism was a form of racism, and argued that Zionists were similar to Nazis.