Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur Internationalen Politik

Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur Internationalen Politik DOI: 10.1163/092598808X262579 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 Review of Central and East European Law 33 (2008) 149-150 Book Review Gerhard Mangott, Dmitrij Trenin, Martin Senn and Heinz Timmermann (eds.), Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur Internationalen Politik -Band 7 Nomos: Baden-Baden 2005, 265 pp., €42,00, ISBN 3-8329-1408-0 Russia’s GDP has been growing steadily by 6-7% for eight years in a row; its foreign debt has declined from USD 156 billion to USD 53 billion from 1999 to 2006; and its hard currency deposits have grown from USD 12.5 billion to USD 311 billion. After a decade of depressing news coming from this eastern giant, this information is pleasantly surprising. The potential for international economic cooperation that the Russian Federation now presents is growing to new heights, although political cooperation at times seems problematic. The need for knowledge of the capabilities and potential of this state is crucial in this situation. Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin by Gerhard Man- gott, Dmitriij Trenin, Martin Senn and Heinz Timmermann addresses these issues. The book is a joint work by Austrian, German and Russian researchers, is written in two languages (English and German) and analyzes the issues http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of Central and East European Law Brill

Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur Internationalen Politik

Review of Central and East European Law, Volume 33 (1): 149 – Jan 1, 2008

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DOI: 10.1163/092598808X262579 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 Review of Central and East European Law 33 (2008) 149-150 Book Review Gerhard Mangott, Dmitrij Trenin, Martin Senn and Heinz Timmermann (eds.), Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin Wiener Schriften zur Internationalen Politik -Band 7 Nomos: Baden-Baden 2005, 265 pp., €42,00, ISBN 3-8329-1408-0 Russia’s GDP has been growing steadily by 6-7% for eight years in a row; its foreign debt has declined from USD 156 billion to USD 53 billion from 1999 to 2006; and its hard currency deposits have grown from USD 12.5 billion to USD 311 billion. After a decade of depressing news coming from this eastern giant, this information is pleasantly surprising. The potential for international economic cooperation that the Russian Federation now presents is growing to new heights, although political cooperation at times seems problematic. The need for knowledge of the capabilities and potential of this state is crucial in this situation. Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin by Gerhard Man- gott, Dmitriij Trenin, Martin Senn and Heinz Timmermann addresses these issues. The book is a joint work by Austrian, German and Russian researchers, is written in two languages (English and German) and analyzes the issues

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