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by Andrew C. Kuchins

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  • ISBN 0870031988
  • ISBN13 978-0870031984
  • Language English
  • Author Andrew C. Kuchins
  • Publisher Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace (September 3, 2002)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats mobi docx lit lrf
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1226 kb
  • Size Fb2 1251 kb
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Russia's first decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union has been simultaneously tumultuous and transformative. For most of the 1990s the Russian economy was in free fall, the legal system in absentia, and the majority of citizens engaged primarily in survival efforts. Not surprisingly, the former superpower also struggled to adapt to its greatly diminished means and status. Russia after the Fall is a collection of essays by internationally renowned experts on Russian politics, economics, society, and foreign and security policy. The volume is comprehensive in its coverage of key topics as well as reflective of contemporary debates on developments in Russia. The essays provide retrospective analyses on how Russia has fared in its reform efforts and a prospective look at the challenges ahead. This book will be of interest to scholars, students, and to a general audience seeking to better understand where Russia has been and where it is going. Contributors include Anders Åslund (Carnegie Endowment), Harley Balzer (Georgetown University), Clifford Gaddy (Brookings Institution), James Goldgeier (George Washington University), Rose Gottemoeller (Carnegie Endowment), Thomas E. Graham Jr. (Carnegie Endowment), Joel Hellman (World Bank), Stephen Holmes (New York University), Andrew C. Kuchins (Carnegie Endowment), Anatol Lieven (Carnegie Endowment), Michael McFaul (Carnegie Endowment), Martha Brill Olcott (Carnegie Endowment), Dmitri Trenin (Carnegie Moscow Center), and Judyth Twigg (Virginia Commonwealth University). Andrew C. Kuchins is the director of the Russian and Eurasian Program at the Carnegie Endowment where he specializes in Russian policy and security issues. He is coeditor of Russia and Japan: An Unresolved Dilemma between Distant Neighbors (Berkeley Public Policy Press, 1993)


Russia after the Fall examines Russian politics, economics, society, and foreign and security policy.

Russia after the Fall examines Russian politics, economics, society, and foreign and security policy. Internationally renowned experts provide retrospective analyses of how Russia has fared in its reform efforts and a prospective look at the challenges ahead.

Russia after the Fall (Carnegie Endowment Series). This book will be of interest to scholars, students, and to a general audience seeking to better understand where Russia has been and where it is going. Contributors include Anders Åslund (Carnegie Endowment), Harley Balzer (Georgetown University), Clifford Gaddy (Brookings Institution), James Goldgeier (George Washington University), Rose Gottemoeller (Carnegie Endowment), Thomas E. Graham Jr.

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Andrew C. Kuchins is a senior associate of the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program. Andrew Kuchins evaluates Russia's relationship with the . perhaps overselling the idea they view the West as the primary threat. It fell in their lap courtesy of the US, where the gargantuan debt bubble finally had burst in 2008 sending markets in a tailspin and undermining the global demand.

Previously, Kuchins was Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.

Former Senior Associate and Director, Russian & Eurasian Program. Previously, Kuchins was Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.

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Russian and Eurasian Program, issuing body. Dmitri Trenin - Limits of the Sino-Russian strategic partnership, Andrew C. Kuchins - State building and security threats in Central Asia, Martha Brill Olcott - What is the future of Chechnya?, Anatol Lieven - New shape of East-West nuclear relationship, Rose Gottemoeller - Prospects for . Russian cooperation, James M. Goldgeier - Russia rising?, Andrew C. Kuchins. Description based on print version record. Electronic reproduction. Book Description: Russia's first decade after the collapse of the Soviet Union has been simultaneously tumultuous and transformative. For most of the 1990s the Russian economy was in free fall, the legal system in absentia, and the majority of citizens engaged primarily in survival efforts. Book · January 2013 with 1 Reads. Kuchins is the director of the Russian and Eurasian Program at the Carnegie Endowment where he specializes in Russian policy and security issues. How we measure 'reads'.

Publisher: Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace (September 3, 2002). Russian Foreign Policy: Interests, Vectors, and Sectors. The Fall of the Berlin Wall: Reassessing the Causes and Consequences of the End of the Cold War. Pussy Riot!: A Punk Prayer For Freedom.

Andrew Carrigan Kuchins is an American political scientist, expert on Russian politics and Kremlinologist. Kuchins was the Director of the Russian and Eurasian Program and a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC. Previously, he was Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center. As of 2009, he holds this position at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.