By Lionel Ponsard
This e-book explores mutual universal flooring among Russia and NATO and the capability to maneuver past cultural alterations, rather in political tradition.
Lionel Ponsard in actual fact demonstrates how cooperative safeguard might function a way to bridge the space among supposedly opposed entities: NATO and Russia. He skilfully exhibits that via development self belief among the 2 events approximately each one other’s intentions, cooperative defense can control attitudes that may another way result in misperception.
Focusing at the peculiarity of NATO-Russia relatives, this distinctive ebook adopts the Russian method of those kinfolk, drawing on Ponsard’s deep services. 3 transparent elements of this quantity articulate this unique paintings: the definition of the Russian id, Russia’s angle to NATO and the query of cooperation in Russia-NATO relatives. The research of the Russian identification sheds a few mild on what occurred to this dating some time past a number of years and provides key classes for today’s concerns of the state. problems that experience arisen because the finish of the Soviet Union until eventually the production of the NATO-Russia Council in 2002 also are under pressure and interpreted, including to a good research of 1 of the most important components in modern security.
This e-book can be of significant curiosity to all scholars of NATO, defense stories, Russian stories and diplomacy usually.
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