Pathways after Empire: National Identity and Foreign Economic Policy in the Post-Soviet World - The New International Relations of Europe by Andrei P. Tsygankov
This book explores how foreign political culture constitutes foreign policy in post-Soviet countries. By adopting a structural approach, Andrei b. After the disintegration of the Soviet empire, the new national…
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This book explores how foreign political culture constitutes foreignpolicy in post-Soviet countries. By adopting a structural approach, Andrei b.
After the disintegration of the Soviet empire, the new national identity force of the states formed a decision whether to direct its economic activities towards Russia or abroad towards Europe. Drawing on detailed case studies from Latvia, Ukraine and Belarus, the author explains how identity is stronger, the more likely a new state is to be away from the empire. Using a range of qualitative and quantitative analyzes, this study brings the perspective of nationalidentity to the forefront of the theory of international political economy.
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