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Title: Некоторые факторы российской внешней политики: практическое измерение
Other Titles: Some Factors of Russian Foreign Policy: Practical Dimension (Alexey Dedkov)
Authors: Дедков, Алексей Владимирович
Keywords: ЭБ БГУ::ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫЕ НАУКИ::Политика и политические науки
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: МОО "Развитие"
Citation: Журнал международного права и международных отношений. — 2005. — № 1
Abstract: The article reviews significant factors of the foreign policy of the Russian Federation in its practical dimension. The foreign policy factors are among the most important conditions of the formation of Russian foreign policy. In some of their manifestations they clearly preserved their succession from Soviet foreign policy. While revealing the factors of Russian foreign policy the greatest attention should be given to its relations with Western countries and the USA since the latter were main competitors of the USSR, the state to which the Russian Federation has been declared successor. The author outlines geopolitical, geoeconomic, geostrategical, military and other factors. He points out the importance of combination of geopolitical and geoeconomic factors within the existing significance of military power for the foreign policy in the current system of international relations. The mid-1990s saw the end of “romantic” relations with the West and pro-American trends in foreign policy caused by the influence of external factors in the Russian Federation political process. Appeals to maintain independent Russian foreign policy led to the necessity of consideration of the above-mentioned factors in foreign policy. This process is related to the rotation of elites on the top levels of political life as a reaction to threats to the independence of the modern Russian state. The author makes a conclusion that the most important factor of the Russian foreign policy is the political system factor. The influence of real political forces on foreign policy in modern Russia has become decisive even despite other important objective factors. The author believes that the study of the evolution of the Russian political system as the main factor of the state’s foreign policy should be thorough and should involve the phenomenon of the unique Russian state system itself.
Description: Раздел "Международные отношения"
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/27731
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