L’Occidente e il ritorno della Russia

Simone Zuccarelli

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In the months following the fall of the Soviet Union the West was filled wit h a sense of hope. Indeed, it seemed that the old enemy was ready to embrace Western liberal-democratic values and the free-market economy. Although this illusion has been cultivated in the West for a long time, the invasions of Georgia and Ukraine, and the hybrid and information warfare launched by Moscow against the Transatlantic area have clearly shown that the geopolitical and historical regularities still matter in the XXI century. Therefore, it appears vital to understand the reasons why the Western approach has failed, and which are the main dynamics underlining the relations between the West and Russia in the last thirty years. At the same time, dwelling on the victory of Donald Trump in 2016 and his tenure as President of the United States, particularly with regard to US-Russia relations, it is necessary to put the present time in the right perspective, avoiding drawing hasty, and wrong, conclusions on a presidency more traditional than often painted. The aim is to create a framework to understand the past and face the future with great awareness.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] The West and the return of Russia
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)73-96
Numero di pagine24
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2019
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  • NATO
  • Occidente
  • Russia


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