The Cases of Moldova, Georgia and Tajikistan

Dov Lynch

This book examines the role of these operations in Russian strategies to maintain influence in these states.

Peacekeeping operations have played an important role in Russian foreign and security policy towards the CIS region since 1992. This book examines the role of these operations in Russian strategies to maintain influence in these states. It reveals the dilemmas that Russia has faced in using peacekeeping as an instrument of state policy, and explores the prospects for a long-term Russian withdrawal from the conflict zones involved.

Peacekeeping operations have played an important role in Russian foreign and security policy towards the CIS region since 1992. This book examines the role of these operations in Russian strategies to maintain influence in these states. It reveals the dilemmas that Russia has faced in using peacekeeping as an instrument of state policy, and explores the prospects for a long-term Russian withdrawal from the conflict zones involved.

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