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Power Distribution on the World Stage: The Impact of the Crimean Crisis

Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research

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Title Power Distribution on the World Stage: The Impact of the Crimean Crisis
Creator Roşca, Alla; Tulane University
Subject Politics, International Relations
US – Russia relations, multipolar world, distribution of power, Crimean crisis.
Description This article examines the power distribution on the world stage and emphasizes the Russia-US relationship as its essential element.  The article approaches the crisis in Crimea from the system level perspective and seeks to answer the question of its impact on the distribution of power in the world order. Furthermore, the paper examines the interpretation of the uni/multipolarity as expressed by the US and Russia. The article concludes that the crisis did not change the distribution of power on the global stage and became a concentrated expression of the dispute about the multipolar world.  
Publisher Institute of Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Date 2014-10-16
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR); Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research; 9
Language eng
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