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Europe, Russia and the liberal world order : international relations after the Cold War / Timofei Bordachev

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  • Europe, Russia and the liberal world order : international relations after the Cold War / Timofei Bordachev
  • London New York (N.Y.) Routledge 2022
  • 1 vol. (XIII-222 p.); 25 cm
  • Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series 96
  • 978-1-03-204610-5
  • 1-03-204610-4
  • 978-1-03-206971-5
  • 1-03-206971-6
  • 9781032046105 rel.
  • Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series London RoutledgeCurzon 2004- 96
  • 327.470 4
  • Bibliogr. p. [212]-218. Index
  • Introduction Power, morality and justice in the liberal international order The Cold War and the liberal international order The nature of the liberal international order Injustice for all The liberal international order in Europe Power, morality and justice Power and the liberal international order Morality and the liberal international order Justice vs equality Harmony of interests : Post-Cold War Europe Europe and the Cold War Europe and the end of the Cold War Three projects and the European harmony of interests Europe's Russia problem Russia and the post-Cold War European order The crisis of 1999 Upon the ruins of a superpower A European choice for Russia? Justice in a changing environment The disharmony of the liberal international order Europe's deteriorating regional security Loss of harmony in European integration Russia's turn to the East Conclusion Europe and Russia after the liberal world order Geopolitics and international relations of Europe and Russia Power, morality and justice in global international politics Opportunities for Russia and Europe From a European to a global equilibrium
  • La p. de garde indique : "This book analyses Russia-Europe/EU relations by exploring their practical essence and conceptualizing them in terms of the main categories of international relations research. It argues that the liberal world order, established in Cold War days, whereby international relations are underpinned by a global balance of power and a highly institutionalized framework of international relations, thereby balancing power and morality, continued after the Cold War, with high hopes in the early 1990s for a new order of security and cooperation for all Europe, including Russia. It goes on to show how the liberal world order has broken down, one manifestation of this being the new conflict between Russia and Europe in recent years, a conflict resulting from the failure of European countries/the EU to acknowledge the actual balance of military, economic and political power, the lack of limits on the policy of European countries in terms of infringing on Russia's interests, and Russia's consequent revision, after 1999, of its policy of co-operation. Overall, the book provides huge insight into the nature of Europe-Russia relations."
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