Items on the Foreign Policy of the Russian
|See also dozens of
items on Russian affairs
from the blog|
(including some shorter consulting
[See also Situation
- Azerbaijan’s Place in Euro-Caspian Energy Security
- Azerbaijan Focus (in press). Revised and expanded
version forthcoming in South Caucasus 2021 (Baku, 2010).
- Russia’s Emerging Place in the
Eurasian Hydrocarbon Energy Complex
- Pages 71–100 in The Globalization of
Energy: China and the European Union, edited by M. Parvizi Amineh
and Yang Guang (Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2010).
- Recent Developments in the
Structuration of the Central Asian Hydrocarbon Energy Complex
- Pages 61–82 in
Asian Energy and Security Challenges, edited by Christopher Len and
Alvin Chew (Stockholm: Institute for Security and Development Policy,
- U.S.–Russian Strategic-Military Relations in Central Asia
- Perspectives on Global Development and
Technology 6, no. 1–3 (2007): 109–125.
- Central Asia and the West after September 11
- Pages 219–231 in NATO and the European Union: New World,
New Europe, New Threats, edited by Hall Gardner (London: Ashgate, 2004).
- The Sources and Regions of Crisis in the Caucasus
105–126 in Examination of the Regions of Crisis from the Perspectives of Turkey, NATO and
the European Union, and Their Impacts on the Security of Turkey, edited by N.Reşun
Ödün (Ankara: Turkish General Staff Printing House, 2004).
Turkish translation: [PDF,
192Kb] Kafkasya’daki Kriz
Kaynakları ve Bölgeleri, pages 105–126 in N. Reşat
Ödün (ed.), Türkiye, Nato ve Avrupa Birliği Perspektifinden Kriz
Bölgelerinin İncelenmesi ve Türkiye’nin Güvenliğine Etkileri
(Ankara: Genelkurmay Basim Evi, 2004).
- The Caspian
- Journal of International Affairs
56, no. 2 (Spring 2003): 89–102.
- Transnational Policies for Conflict Reduction
and Prevention in the South Caucasus
on Global Development and Technology 2, nos. 3–4 (December 2003):
615–633. Reprinted at pages 301–319 in Central Eurasia in
Global Politics: Conflict, Security, and Development, edited by Mehdi P. Amineh and Hank Houweling
(Boston–Leiden: Brill, 2004).
- Policy Options for Resolving Post-Soviet Ethnic
- Central Asian
Survey 19, no. 3–4 (September/December 2000):
Energy Security in the Caspian Region: A New Paradigm for Sustainable Development?
- Global Governance
5, no. 2 (April–June 1999): 251–271.
the Orphans of European Security: How to Bring Belarus,
Ukraine, and Moldova in from the Cold
- Euro–Atlantic Forum
1, no. 2 (Spring 1998).
- U.S. Interests and “Cooperative
Security” in Abkhazia and Karabakh: Engagement versus
- Pages 132–144 in
Caucasus: War and Peace; The New World Disorder and Caucasia, edited by Mehmet Tütüncü (Haarlem: SOTA, 1998).
- A Strategy for
Cooperative Energy Security
- Caspian Crossroads 3, no. 1 (Summer 1997): 23–29.
[See also Journal
Within and Without the CIS
- Analysis of Current Events
9, no. 3 (March 1997), pp. 3, 6.
Dr. Robert M. Cutler [ website — email ] was educated at MIT and The University of Michigan, where he earned a Ph.D. in Political Science, and has specialized and consulted in the international affairs of Europe, Russia, and Eurasia since the late 1970s. He has held research and teaching positions at major universities in the United States, Canada, France, Switzerland, and Russia, and contributed to leading policy reviews and academic journals as well as the print and electronic mass media in three languages.
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