U.S. GLOBAL STRATEGY IN APPLICATION TO THE CIS
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U.S. GLOBAL STRATEGY IN APPLICATION TO THE CIS
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39-52
Abstract
The USA policy towards Russia and its neighbors, as designed and implemented by the Obama administration in 2009-2010, was actuated largely by global concerns. Willing to focus on non-proliferation, state-building in Afghanistan and conflict mediation in key parts of the world, Washington chose to downplay a number of region- and country-specific contradictions with Moscow that had arisen over the past decade in Russia's adjacent regions. As a result U.S.-Russian security cooperation gained new momentum
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global issues, commonwealth of independent states, Ukraine, NATO, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, non-proliferation, deterrence, extremism, drug trafficking, transcaucasus
Date of publication
01.03.2011
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