Conflict in the former USSR / edited by Matthew Sussex.
Contributor(s): Sussex, Matthew [რედაქტორი].Material type: TextPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012Description: xv, 245 p. : maps ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780521763103 (hbk. : alk. paper); 9780521135283 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): National security -- Former Soviet republics | Security, International | Political stability -- Former Soviet republics | Violence -- Former Soviet republics | Ethnic conflict -- Former Soviet republics | Social conflict -- Former Soviet republics | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Government / International | Former Soviet republics -- History, Military | Former Soviet republics -- Politics and government | Former Soviet republics -- Ethnic relations | Former Soviet republics -- Social conditions | პოლიტიკა | ყოფილი საბჭოთა კავშირის ქვეყნების პოლიტიკა | ყოფილი საბჭოთა კავშირის ქვეყნების ეროვნული უსაფრთხოება | ყოფილი საბჭოთა კავშირის ქვეყნების სამხედრო ისტორია | ეთნიკური კონფლიქტები ყოფილი საბჭოთა კავშირის ქვეყნებში | ყოფილი საბჭოთა კავშირის ქვეყნების სოციალური პირობებიDDC classification: 355.020947 LOC classification: UA770 | .C686 2012Other classification: POL040020 Online resources: Cover image
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 210-238) and index.
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: Understanding conflict in the former USSR / Matthew Sussex; 2. The return of imperial Russia / Roger E. Kanet; 3. The shape of the security order in the former USSR / Matthew Sussex; 4. Great powers and small wars in the Caucasus / Richard Sakwa; 5. The Russo-Georgian war : identity, intervention and norm adaptation / Beat Kernen and Matthew Sussex; 6. Why not more conflict in the former USSR? Russia and Central Asia as a zone of relative peace / Neil Robinson; 7. Transnational crime, corruption and conflict in Russia and the FSU / Leslie Holmes; 8. The transformation of war? New and old conflicts in the former USSR / Matt Killingsworth; 9. Conclusions: The future of conflict in the former USSR / Matthew Sussex.
"Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, conflict in the former USSR has been a key concern in international security. This book fills a gap in the literature on violent conflict, evaluating a region that contains all the modern ingredients for instability and aggression. Bringing together leading experts on war and security, the book addresses current debates in international relations about power, interests, globalisation, and the politics of identity as major drivers of contemporary war. Incidents such as the 2008 Russo-Georgian conflict, the wars in Chechnya, and Russia's struggles over national identity and resources with the Ukraine and Moldova over the Crimea and the Trans-Dneister are all thoroughly examined. With new issues like energy security, terrorism and transnational crime, and older tensions between East and West threatening to deepen once more, this is an important contribution to the international security literature"--
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