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Russian Regions and Regionalism: Strength through Weakness
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Anne Aldis Graeme P. Herd
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Russian Regions and Regionalism: Strength through Weakness

Anne Aldis Graeme P. Herd


9780415515078

Routledge


Regional studies;
Regional government


Paperback

320 pages

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The emergence of large regions within Russia as centres of gravity for political and international power, and the changing relationship between these emerging regions and the centre are critically important factors currently at work within Russia. This book examines the whole question of Russian regions and regionalism. It considers important themes related to regionalism, including demography, security, military themes and international relations, and looks at a wide range of particular regions as case studies. It discusses the extent to which regions have succeeded in establishing themselves as centres of power, and assesses the degree to which President Putin is succeeding in incorporating regions into a hierarchy of power in which the primacy of the centre is retained.

Edited by:   Anne Aldis, Graeme P. Herd
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 159mm, 
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9780415515078
ISBN 10:   0415515076
Pages:   320
Publication Date:   December 2011
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education ,  A / AS level
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Preface Acknowledgments About the authors Map: Russian Federation Part I: Introduction 1. Characterising Centre-Periphery Relations in the Yeltsin Era Martin Nicholson 2. Putin: An End to Centrifugalism? Dr Mark Smith Part II: Thematic Aspects of Russian Regionalism 3. Russia's Demographic Crisis and Federal Instability Dr Graeme P. Herd 4. Transborder Security and Regionalisation Dr Derek Averre 5. 'Regionology' and Russian Foreign Policy - Identifying the Theoretical Alternatives Dr Christer Pursiainen 6. Russia's Regionalisation: The interplay of domestic and International factors Dr Alexander Sergounin 7. Military Aspects of Regionalism Dr Pavel K Baev Part III: Russia's Regions Under Putin: Case Studies 8. Sakhalin Oblast: Sectoral Globalisation Michael Bradshaw 9. Centre-Periphery Conflict as a Security Dilamma: Moscow vs Vladivostok Mikhail A Alexseev 10. The 'Power Vertical' and Horizontal Networking: Competing Strategies of Domestic and International Integration for Nizhniy Novgorod Oblast Dr Audrey Makarychev 11. Regionalisation and Russian Foreign Policy: the Case of St Petersberg Dr Stanislav L Tkachenko 12. Kaliningrad - a Pilot Region? Dr Steven J Main 13. Moscow: Centre and Periphery Oleg Alexandrov Part IV: Conclusions 14. Russian Federal Stability and the Dynamics of the Twenty-first Century Anne Aldis and Dr Graeme P Herd Appendix: Russia's Regional Structure Bibliography Index

Graeme Herd is Deputy Director of the Scottish Centre for International Security, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Aberdeen. Anne Aldis is Research Manager at the Conflict Studies Research Centre, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst.

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