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Russian leverage on the CIS and the Baltic States

Jakob Hedenskog

Russian leverage on the CIS and the Baltic States

by Jakob Hedenskog

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Published by Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Defence Analysis in Stockholm .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJakob Hedenskog, Robert L. Larsson
SeriesFOI-R -- 2280--SE
ContributionsLarsson, Robert L., Niklasson, Charlotte, Totalförsvarets forskningsinstitut (Sweden). Försvarsanalys
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK67.5.C68 H43 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination141 p. :
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24563709M
LC Control Number2009380342

Start studying Russia, the CIS, and the Baltic States (countries and capitals). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Russian policy towards Ukraine, Belarus, and the Baltic States depends primarily on domestic factors. Western influence is important in terms of setting well-known limits for what Russia should not do, rather than affecting decision-making on what it should. Compared with Russia's quickly evolving domestic context, Western policy seems static.

  In the first half of , Russian traffic through ports in the Baltic states fell by percent but increased through Russian ports in the Gulf of Finland and the Baltic basin; in , million tons of cargo passed through Russian ports in this region. Rail networks in the Baltics have also been affected, as they typically rely on. --Success not failure: the Baltic states --Will the Imams return?: the Commonwealth of Independent States --Epilogue: The spy who took over Russia: Vladimir Putin. Other Titles: Russia, the Baltic states and the CIS since Responsibility: Martin McCauley.

  Yet a third case for war in the Baltics, was provided in by a Russian analyst, Mikhail Aleksandrov, of the Commonwealth of Independent States [CIS] Institute in . Russia also remained a key energy provider for the Baltic states, holding a near-monopoly over their oil and natural gas imports. This became problematic when Russia resumed its role as a regional powerhouse with the rapid defeat of Georgia in August and use of natural gas cutoffs to punish Ukraine in and


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