Russia has noticeably intensified its foreign policy since 2014, but a clear strategy is not yet visible. During the Soviet era, Moscow competed with the United States for influence around the world, trying to become part of the West for a while after 1991. Should Russia become a superpower again, how to balance domestic opportunities and foreign activity, how to build relations with immediate neighbors? Are there crossroads with the United States and Western Europe? In this book, Russian international expert Dmitri Trenin examines the foundations on which Russia's relations with other countries are built. The foreign policy of Moscow during the rule of Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin is summarized. Analyzing the successes, failures and failures of the recent past, the author suggests to think about how Russia should build an independent and balanced foreign policy strategy in a rapidly changing world.
|Title in Armenian||Դմիտրի Տրենին - Ուժերի նոր բալանս|
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||16 x 24 cm|
tags: dmitry trenin, uzheri nor balans, ujeri nor balance