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EAST VIEW PRESS BOOKS


Over the past several years East View has published a number of authoritative source materials under the name of East View Publications, East View Information Services, East View Cartographic and, now, East View Press. A number of these books have been published in the vernacular and others as English-language translations. These publications are intended for use by scholars, students, researchers and analysts and anyone else interested in critical international and public policy issues, especially in the areas of international security, foreign affairs, politics, economics, history, Slavic studies, geography, mapping and demography. Please select from the menu of subject categories on the left for more information about our various titles.
 
NEW TITLES FROM EAST VIEW PRESS
 
Detailed history of the Russian oil industry by LUKOIL president Vagit Alekperov.

A comprehensive study of the Chinese defense industry.

Detailed world atlas with fully updated contents, including South Sudan.

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Featured Content:

A Greeting to Arms, Novaya gazeta, June 6, 2018


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

Russia’s Antarctic Strategy

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The Crimean Crisis and the Issue of Security Guarantees for Ukraine (No. 2, 2014)


Japan’s Indo-Pacific Strategy as a Means of Containing China

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Aspects of the Evolution of China’s Middle East Policy (No. 2, 2014)


Adaptive Approach to the Use of Antiterrorist Forces and Assets Based on the Practice of Armed Conflicts Outside Russia

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The Distinctive Features of Military Security Provision in 21st Century Russia in Conditions of Globalization (No. 2, 2016)


The Wiping Out of History: What Is Left of the Revolutionary Myth?

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The European Union’s Energy Security and Russia (No. 2, 2015)