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Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy Toward Russian After the Cold War

by James M. Goldgeier, Michael Mcfaul



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Release Date: November, 2003

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Buy the book: James M. Goldgeier. Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy Toward Russian After the Cold War


An important seminal work

Little scholarship exists examining the U.S policy towards Russia post 1991. Many books document the environmental catastrophes of Russia, the business climate, the 'Oligarchs' and the war in Chechnya but there is a dearth of knowledge surrounding U.S-Russia relations. Building on the 'Lenin's Tomb' and "Resurrection' as well as 'The Oligarchs' this book explains the quixotic nature of U.S policy. From George Bush's support of Yeltsin to Clintons aiding of the youthful Russian economy to George W. Bush's "I Saw his soul" speech in regards to Putin.

A whirlwind account documenting many of the American efforts vis-�-vis the former Soviet States this book is essential reading for those interested in the current Georgian crises and the fate of Mr. Shevrednadze. Also included here are insights into the Chechan conflict, the Kursk, Putin's nationalism, Zhironovsky's fascism, Yeltsin's infirmity and the fledgling 'cowboy' capitalism of Russia's oligarchs and mafia. A wide ranging subject, of interest to Russian scholars and American policy buffs as well as the average historian and Political scientist.

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