Mike Bowker examines the newly emerging relationship between Russia and the United States and their struggle against the common threat of international terrorism. He looks at the difficulties of such a relationship by analyzing the lingering mutual suspicion, differing views on the nature of the global terrorist threat and how each side has continued to pursue their own national interests.It was, therefore, perceived as a medium to long-term solution to many existing international problems. Busha#39;s focus was on the Middle East, expecting democratisation across the region ultimately to reduce militancy and international terrorism. ... Inspired by the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic in 2000, the Bush administration supported popular uprisings ... The West did indulge in certain arguably subversive acts, including the transmission of radio broadcasts into unfriendly states.
|Title||:||Russia America and the Islamic World|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2008-03-01|