Russia Reconsidered: Putin, Power, and Pragmatism

Book Title Russia Reconsidered: Putin, Power, and Pragmatism
Author Name Matthew Crosston;PhD
Publishing house  Brown Books Publishing Group
Country – city USA
Date of issue 2018
Number of pages 409

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With his years of expertise in Russian studies, Dr. Matthew Crosston gives readers a close look at the many facets of the strained foreign relations between the United States of America and the Russian Federation.Russia Reconsidered: Putin, Power, and Pragmatism

While acknowledging the pragmatism, self-interest, and unethical aspects of Russia’s foreign policy, Crosston argues that this ever-tense situation is best viewed through an amoral, apolitical, and unbiased lens – a controversial approach in a country whose citizens have viewed Russia, the Former Soviet Union, as a black-and-white, clear-cut villain for decades.

But with extensive research from the last few years, Crosston offers Americans a fresh perspective, and breaks up the current political and media narratives with a voice of hope and reason.

 


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