National Security of Russia: Alternative View

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P. Cherkasov, Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences, 32a, Leninskii Prosp., Moscow, 119334, Russian Federation (ptch46@mail.ru)

Keywords: democratic Russia, Russian Federation National Security Concept, international security, European vector of development, national state interests of Russia, socio-political and economic modernization of the RF, financial and bureaucratic interests of the “executive power vertical”, weakening of democratic state and civil society institutions, “Russian European”


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For citation:
Cherkasov P. National Security of Russia: Alternative View. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2010, no. 12, pp. 88-98



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