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ABOUT EAST VIEW PRESS


East View Press is the journal and book publishing division of East View Information Services and its related company, East View Geospatial. Currently, East View Press is the publisher of seven periodicals geared toward serving researchers and others interested in major international and public policy questions, especially as they relate to the geographic area of the former Soviet Union and China.

In addition, East View Press occasionally publishes books dealing with international politics and security, Slavic and Sino studies, and geography and mapping.

Regardless of format, East View Press has the mission of adding special value (usually by translation into English) to authoritative source materials in order to make them available to the widest possible audience globally.

Since 1989 the East View companies have uncovered and distributed an amazing collection of key vernacular-language materials from countries all over the world. The overwhelming majority of these publications still remain inaccessible to end-users who do not read the languages in which they are written. So, the responsibility of East View Press is to selectively bring forward, reformat, translate and publish these valuable materials. Our strongest motivation is to provide information which helps researchers and analysts in the international and public policy fields.

We invite you to use this website to learn more about our publications, read our blog, and download the latest free articles from our journals.


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FEATURED CONTENT


Letter From the Editors:

Nov. 21-27, 2016


Editor-in-Chief Interview: “Only National Interest Can Be the Driving Force of Foreign Policy”

The World Order: Problems of Transformation

From the Archives:

Russian Foreign Policy: On a Course Toward Concentration (No. 6, 2012)


Integration Projects for Eurasia: The Approaches of China, Russia, and the United States

From the Archives:

Trans-Baikal’s Economic Ties with the Countries of Northeast Asia (No. 3, 2005)


The Naval Might of Russia in Today’s Geopolitical Situation

From the Archives:

The Defense-Industrial Complex of Russia and Advanced Technologies (No. 3, 2012)


It Did Not Work and Will Not Work? Reasons for the Failure of Anti-Missile Cooperation between Russia and the United States

From the Archives:

Abram Bragin and Projects for Jewish National Settlement in the USSR (No. 4, 2013)