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Browsing Department of Public and International Affairs by Subject "Russia"

Browsing Department of Public and International Affairs by Subject "Russia"

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  • Katz, Mark N. (Chatham House, 2007)
    Some would say that Russian foreign policy has become belligerent. But the strident, confident tone is playing well at home in this election season. More discerning domestic commentators are pointing out that it is simply ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (Heldref Publications, 2004)
  • Katz, Mark N. (US-Azerbaijan Council, 1996)
  • Katz, Mark N. (Mideast Monitor, 2008)
  • Katz, Mark N. (M. E. Sharpe, 2005)
    Neither feared as a threat nor valued as a friend, Russia often finds itself simply ignored— much to the chagrin of both the Putin administration and the Russian public.
  • Katz, Mark N. (Heldref Publications, 2007)
    Not all revolutions are followed by attempts at state breakup (much less successful ones). This pattern has occurred, though, in many states where there are regionally dominant minorities (groups that area minority in a ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (2010-01-11)
    A journalist has described Obama’s approach to foreign policy as “applying the same tools to international diplomacy that he once used as a community organizer on Chicago’s South Side.” But these tools are likely to be ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2003)
    In the lead-up to and during the American-led intervention in Iraq this year, the Putin administration had several goals: - To work in partnership with other nations, especially France and Germany, to prevent the United ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-10-27)
    Some light has finally been shed on the mystery of who will lead Russia after the expiration of Vladimir Putin's second term as president in 2008. Putin has long pledged that he will honor the Russian constitution's limit ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-03-03)
    "Russian President Vladimir Putin has frequently called for the creation of a ""multipolar"" world in order to limit America's ability to act unilaterally without consulting others, especially him. Putin has encouraged ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2006-08-27)
    "The fighting that erupted between Israel and Hezbollah last month has resulted in Russian officials issuing numerous statements, but not taking much action. These statements consisted of: 1.) Calls for an immediate ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-06-11)
    Under Vladimir Putin, Russia has pursued three main goals in the Middle East: first, to prevent the United States from becoming the predominant power there; second, to prevent the Middle East (and broader Muslim world) ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-03-23)
    While long perceived in Washington as friends, Russia and Iran clearly do not regard each other as such at present. The Russian Atomic Energy Organization, after many years of delay, has almost finished work on the nuclear ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-05-21)
    The change of power from Jacques Chirac to Nicolas Sarkozy is important to France and to all Europe. But it is important for Vladimir Putin and Russia, too. Chirac is the second of the two major European leaders to leave ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-06-15)
    In order to prevent the United States from establishing a ballistic missile defense system aimed at Iran in Poland and the Czech Republic -- which Moscow sees as actually directed against Russia -- Russian President Vladimir ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-03-16)
    "Russian President Vladimir Putin places great store by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, a regional international organization Russia co-founded in 2001 that also includes China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-03-09)
    Russian officials and commentators frequently complain that Washington applies double standards regarding its own behavior and Moscow's. America, these Russians claim, calls upon Moscow not to do things that Washington ...
  • Katz, Mark N. (UPI.com (United Press International, Inc.), 2007-05-25)
    Russia's response to Estonia's removal of a Soviet World War II war memorial from the center of the Estonian capital of Tallinn to an out-of-the-way military cemetery is outrageous, out of proportion and deeply disturbing. ...

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