The bluest sea in the world: reading Steve Dobransky

The bluest sea in the world:
reading Steve Dobransky

For citation:

Babko N.A. The bluest sea in the world: reading Steve Dobransky . – Polis. Political Studies. 2013. No. 1. P. 182-187. (In Russ.)


The article deals with international political situation in the Black Sea region and the possibility of forming local integration associations. The author gives a conceptual substantiation of the regional processes, analyses prospects of Russian-Turkish integration, estimates the role of EU and USA in the region and states a possibility of fundamental changes of the force balance in the region.

Black Sea region; Russian-Turkish relations; regional aspects of US missile defence system; EU; regional security.

Content No. 1, 2013

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