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Author Krickus, Richard J.,
Title Russia after Putin / Richard J. Krickus.
Imprint Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania : Strategic Studies Institute and U.S. Army War College Press, 2014.

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Subject National security -- United States.
National security -- Russia (Federation)
National security -- International cooperation.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Alt Name Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute,
Army War College (U.S.). Press,
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 114 pages)
Note "May 2014."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-114).
Contents Introduction -- The status quo -- The western path to development -- Stalin lite -- Russia in chaos : the worst case scenario -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Epilogue.
Summary Despite many obstacles, the leadership in Washington and Moscow must find ways to address security threats even as the United States rebalances toward Asia. Moreover, he agrees with prominent statesmen like Zbigniew Brzezinski and Henry Kissinger that ultimately, Russia must be integrated into a Euro-Atlantic security system. The unexpected events of September 2013 that have resulted in a United Nations resolution compelling Syria to surrender its chemical weapons and a re-start of the Geneva negotiations to find a diplomatic resolution to the Syrian crisis offers evidence that a partnership, even if limited and fragile, is plausible. A major consideration of the U.S. national security establishment must include how to operationalize the partnership. For all intents and purposes, the United States and Russia now have taken responsibility for resolving the Syrian crisis and in the process have reached a new chapter in the reset of relations. If they succeed in finding a diplomatic solution to it, further cooperation on other shared security concerns will follow. If not, they will take a turn for the worse. (Note: This research was completed in the fall of 2013, which was prior to the recent crisis in Crimea and Ukraine).
Reproduction Reproduction. [Alliance, OH : University of Mount Union Library, 2014]. spiral bound; 28cm. Printed from website (Jul 30, 2014).
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (SSI, viewed May 6, 2014).
ISBN 1584876166
9781584876168
OCLC # 879263198
Additional Format Print version: Krickus, Richard J. Russia after Putin 1584876166 (OCoLC)880931044.