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The Barents regional cooperation and the Russian security discourse / Alexander A. Sergounin.

Title: The Barents regional cooperation and the Russian security discourse / Alexander A. Sergounin.
Author(s): Sergounin, Alexander A.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
In: Barents Region revisited. (1998.),
Abstract: Paper analyses how various Russian foreign policy schools view Moscow's security strategy. These comprise idealist-liberal paradigm, initially "Atlanticist", realist-geopolitical paradigm, originally "Eurasianist", but divided between "democrats" and Slavophiles, political alliance of "derzhavniki" (industrial, federal military and civilian bureaucracies and moderate democrats), and revived realist paradigm, embracing schools already mentioned, and influential in President's Dec. 1997 national security concept. Geopolitical school is also currently in fashion, aiming to establish clear boundary between Powers and to preserve unity of Heartland. Final set is of structural-globalist paradigm, Communists and Social Democrats. Contours of emerging consensus are described.
Notes:

In: The Barents Region revisited / Geir Flikke, ed.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
355 -- Defence.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 146851

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