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The collapse of the Soviet communist bloc and subsequent disintegration of the Soviet Union was undoubtedly one of the most significant political events of the 20th century. As a consequence, the world's political map was populated by many newly emerged states-the former Soviet republics, e.g., Ukraine or Georgia including Russia itself. In turn, the former members of the The collapse of the Soviet communist bloc and subsequent disintegration of the Soviet Union was undoubtedly one of the most significant political events of the 20th century. As a consequence, the world's political map was populated by many newly emerged states-the former Soviet republics, e.g., Ukraine or Georgia including Russia itself. In turn, the former members of the communist bloc were given a historical opportunity to break its ties with the Russian hegemon, and to start pursuing independent policy, in order to seek for them a proper place in the international community. One of the most prominent countries from this group of states was Poland. However, there is little evidence that Russian policymakers have abandoned the communist doctrine of the near abroad. Instead, there are numerous examples suggesting that Russia is attempting to sustain its zone of influence over Poland. Moreover, it seems that Poland is not the only former communist state having problems establishing a good relationship with Russia. This has been an issue for the Baltic States, Azerbaijan, the Ukraine and Georgia. Theoretical Framework and the Contemporary Russian Foreign Policy Foundations * Poland-On the Periphery of Near Abroad * Ukraine-Close Near Abroad * Georgia-Too Close Near Abroad * BALANCE OF POWER THEORY * Balance of Power Theory-Main Propositions * Balance of Power Theory-Small States' Perspective and Strategies * Building Coalitions and Building up Arms * Bandwagoning * Detente * Buck-passing * Neutrality * BALANCE OF POWER THEORY IN PRACTICE-COLD WAR ERA AND POST COLD WAR CONSEQUENCES * Cold War Era * POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY * Russian Political Culture and Search for a New Identity * Competing Foreign Policy Orientations in Russia * Liberal Westernist Orientation * Fundamentalist Nationalist Orientation * Pragmatic Nationalist Orientation * Eurasianism-the Russian Path?


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The collapse of the Soviet communist bloc and subsequent disintegration of the Soviet Union was undoubtedly one of the most significant political events of the 20th century. As a consequence, the world's political map was populated by many newly emerged states-the former Soviet republics, e.g., Ukraine or Georgia including Russia itself. In turn, the former members of the The collapse of the Soviet communist bloc and subsequent disintegration of the Soviet Union was undoubtedly one of the most significant political events of the 20th century. As a consequence, the world's political map was populated by many newly emerged states-the former Soviet republics, e.g., Ukraine or Georgia including Russia itself. In turn, the former members of the communist bloc were given a historical opportunity to break its ties with the Russian hegemon, and to start pursuing independent policy, in order to seek for them a proper place in the international community. One of the most prominent countries from this group of states was Poland. However, there is little evidence that Russian policymakers have abandoned the communist doctrine of the near abroad. Instead, there are numerous examples suggesting that Russia is attempting to sustain its zone of influence over Poland. Moreover, it seems that Poland is not the only former communist state having problems establishing a good relationship with Russia. This has been an issue for the Baltic States, Azerbaijan, the Ukraine and Georgia. Theoretical Framework and the Contemporary Russian Foreign Policy Foundations * Poland-On the Periphery of Near Abroad * Ukraine-Close Near Abroad * Georgia-Too Close Near Abroad * BALANCE OF POWER THEORY * Balance of Power Theory-Main Propositions * Balance of Power Theory-Small States' Perspective and Strategies * Building Coalitions and Building up Arms * Bandwagoning * Detente * Buck-passing * Neutrality * BALANCE OF POWER THEORY IN PRACTICE-COLD WAR ERA AND POST COLD WAR CONSEQUENCES * Cold War Era * POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY * Russian Political Culture and Search for a New Identity * Competing Foreign Policy Orientations in Russia * Liberal Westernist Orientation * Fundamentalist Nationalist Orientation * Pragmatic Nationalist Orientation * Eurasianism-the Russian Path?

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