The New Politics of Russia: Second Edition (Paperback)
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This book examines Russian politics, and how and why Russia's relations have deteriorated to the point of a new era of 'Great Power Competition'. It explores the long-term worsening of relations since the early 2000s, from the disagreements over European security and the war Syria to mutual criticism of interference in domestic politics. The book also reflects on the nature of political power in Russia, looking both at protest and the networks of power that make up Russia's political landscape. In so doing, it offers a fresh way to interpret Russian politics and to understand Putin's fourth presidential term.
About the Author
Andrew Monaghan is Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London