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Russia in the Arctic Hard or Soft Power?

By: Alexander Sergunin(Author), Valery Konyshev(Author)
Publisher: ibidem-Verlag
Russia in the Arctic
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  • Russia in the Arctic ISBN: 9783838207834 Paperback Oct 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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In this timely book Russia in the Arctic, the authors provide a detailed analysis of Russia's national interests in the Arctic region. They assess Russia's domestic discourse on the High North's role in the system of national priorities as well as of Moscow's bi- and multilateral relations with major regional players, energy, environmental, socio-cultural, and military policies in the Arctic. In contrast to the internationally wide-spread stereotype of Russia as a revisionist power in the High North, Russia in the Arctic argues that Moscow tries to pursue a double-sided strategy in the region.

On the one hand, Russia aims at defending her legitimate economic interests in the region. On the other hand, Moscow is open to co-operation with foreign partners that are willing to partake in exploiting the Arctic natural resources. The general conclusion is that in the foreseeable future Moscow's strategy in the region will be predictable and pragmatic rather than aggressive or spontaneous. The authors of Russia in the Arctic argue that in order to consolidate the soft power pattern of Russia's behavior a proper international environment in the Arctic should be created by common efforts. Other regional players should demonstrate their responsibility and willingness to solve existing and potential problems on the basis of international law.

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Alexander Sergunin is Professor of International Relations at the St. Petersburg State University and Higher School of Economics, Russia. Valery Konyshev is Professor of International Relations at the St. Petersburg State University, Russia.

By: Alexander Sergunin(Author), Valery Konyshev(Author)
Publisher: ibidem-Verlag
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"Offers a wide-ranging account of the emerging issues in Russia's Arctic strategies. This book will be of great interest not only to scholars but also to students of International Relations and Arctic Studies."
– Poul Wolfssen, Professor, Roskilde University, Denmark

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