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Russian Energy Politics in the Baltics, Poland, and Ukraine: A New Stealth Imperialism? (CSIS Reports) ePub download

by Keith C. Smith

  • Author: Keith C. Smith
  • ISBN: 0892064560
  • ISBN13: 978-0892064564
  • ePub: 1816 kb | FB2: 1815 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Center for Strategic & International Studies; UK ed. edition (December 10, 2004)
  • Pages: 88
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 330
  • Format: docx mbr lit azw
Russian Energy Politics in the Baltics, Poland, and Ukraine: A New Stealth Imperialism? (CSIS Reports) ePub download

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A brilliant in-depth report written by former . This report argues that the current policies of the Russian government, under Vladimir Putin, pose a significant challenge to the development of transparent democratic governments and free markets in those countries dependent on Russia for their energy resources. Over the past few years. ambasador to Lithuania, Keith Smith, details the elborate and unconstrained efforts of Putin's Russia to project power and political control over neighboring nations through the unrestrained hostile policies of state controlled energy monopolies.

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A New Stealth Imperialism? December 1, 2004 . ISBN 978-0-89206-456-4 (pb). Keith Smith is a senior associate in the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program, having served until recently as a consultant for an international energy company. He retired from the . Department of State in 2000, where his career had focused primarily on European affairs.

Keith Smith was a member of the . Russia has been prepared to use blatant energy pressure to compel governments in the Baltic States and Ukraine to conform to her will. Foreign Service for many years, with postings in Hungary, Estonia and Norway culminating in his appointment as . Ambassador to Lithuania from 1997 to 2000. He served as director of policy for Europe in the State Department and as senior adviser for the support of East European democracy. Recently he served as a consultant for an international energy company and, at the time of writing, was a senior associate in the CSIS Russia and Eurasia Program.

Keith C. Smith, Russian Energy Politics in the Baltics, Poland, and Ukraine: A New Stealth Imperialism (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2004), p. 41.

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This report argues that the current policies of the Russian government, under Vladimir Putin, pose a significant challenge to the development of transparent democratic governments and free markets in those countries dependent on Russia for their energy resources. Over the past few years, the Kremlin has increasingly used its energy monopoly to influence policies in the neighboring countries of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. It would be an exaggeration to call Russian economic power projection imperialism, but the neocolonial characteristics of Russia's foreign energy policy are readily apparent to those living in the immediate neighborhood.
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