A Quarter-Century of post-Cold War United States-Russia Negotiations: The Role of Balance of Power, Domestic Inertias, and Leadership Worldviews

A Quarter-Century of post-Cold War United States-Russia Negotiations: The Role of Balance of Power, Domestic Inertias, and Leadership Worldviews

Авторы: Троицкий Михаил Алексеевич ЧИТАТЬ PDF
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Troitskiy M. A Quarter-Century of post-Cold War United States-Russia Negotiations: The Role of Balance of Power, Domestic Inertias, and Leadership Worldviews / M.Troitskiy // PIN Points: Processes of International Negotiation. №45, 2018. — P. 18-22.

Twenty-six years after the moment when Presidents Yeltsin of Russia and George H. W. Bush of the United States of America declared an end to their Cold War confrontation and a “new era of friendship and partnership” (Wines 1992) such a prospect still seems a far cry. The US–Russia relationship has been developing only in fits and starts, reaching previously unseen lows by mid-2018. Washington and Moscow conducted many rounds of bilateral and multilateral negotiations on the issues of mutual concern – from the ways to deal with the civil war in Bosnia in the early 1990s, to NATO enlargement and US missile defense deployments from the mid-1990s, to the fate of eastern Ukraine since 2014.
Despite numerous phases of high expectations, most of these negotiations did not result in sustainable agreements – so that the controversies remained in place and indeed continued to poison the relationship.

Ключевые слова: United States, Russia, negotiation.
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