How to handle Russia? This question has become ever more prominent
as the Euro-Atlantic community's relations with Russia languish in
deep in systemic crisis, with dialogue suspended, reciprocal
sanctions in place and proxy wars raging. The wars in Ukraine and
Syria, accusations of Russian interference in domestic politics and
the attempted assassination of the Skripals on UK soil have all
contributed to soaring tension in the relationship. Yet faced with
this array of serious challenges, Euro-Atlantic thinking about
Russia remains stuck in twentieth-century rhetoric, trapped by
misleading abstract labels and unsure whether to engage Moscow in
dialogue or enhance deterrence and collective defence. Instead of
thinking in these terms, leading Russia expert Andrew Monaghan
argues that we must devise a new grand strategy for dealing with
the Russians. Examining the ongoing Euro-Atlantic debate over
Russia and framing Moscow's own position towards the West, he sets
out the foundations of a forward-looking strategy; one that can
accommodate the many complex challenges presented by this new era
of competition between Russia, Europe and the United States.
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