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International Security Index in the First Half of 2014: The Cold Reality 2.0

Galiya Ibragimova

The first half of 2014 was marked with dramatic changes in the landscape of the international relations and global security. The new Cold reality rapidly has emerged from the global and regional trouble spots, including the chaos in the Middle East, deteriorating conflict in the east of Ukraine, and maintaining geopolitical tension in the East Asia. The turbulent international environment affects Russia, but still goes far beyond any national borders. Galiya Ibragimova highlights the worrying banking turns of the International Security Index at this geopolitical rollercoaster.

International Security Index in the First Half of 2014: The Cold Reality 2.0 (full text)


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Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2014

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