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Russia's Coercive Diplomacy

Energy, Cyber, and Maritime Policy as New Sources of Power

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Russia's place in the world as a powerful regional actor can no longer be denied; the question that remains concerns what this means in terms of foreign policy and domestic stability for the actors involved in the situation, as Russia comes to grips with its newfound sources of might.

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  • Northeastern University, Boston, USA

    Ryan C. Maness

  • University of Glasgow, UK

    Brandon Valeriano

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Author Brandon Valeriano: Brandon Valeriano is a Lecturer at the School of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Glasgow.

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