A.1 Bibliography

Books and Monographs

Adomeit, Hannes: “Russlands neues Sicherheitskonzept: Der falsche Weg ins neue Jahrtausend”, Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik Aktuell #52 , 2005.

Alaolmolki, Nozar: “Life after the Soviet Union”, Albany: State University of NewYork, 2001.

Allison, Roy and Jonson, Lena: “Central Asian security: the new international context”, Stockhom: Swedish National Defence College, 2000.

Asmus, Ronald, Kruger, Richard and Larrabee, Stephen: “What will NATO nlargement cost?”, in: Survival, vol. 38, #3, 1996, pp. 5-26.

Axelrod, Robert: “The evolution of cooperation”, New York: Basic Books, 1984.

Axelrod, Robert and Keohane, Robert: “Achieving cooperation under anarchy: strategies and institutions”, in: Baldwin, David (ed.): “Neorealism and neoliberalism: the continued debate”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1993.

Baker, James A.: “Russia in NATO?”, in: The Washington Quarterly, 2002, pp. 95–103.

Baranovsky, Vladimir: “Russia: A part of Europe or apart from Europe?”, in: International Affairs vol. 76, #3, 2000, pp. 443 – 458.

Berman, Ilan: “The new battleground: Central Asia and the Caucasus”, in: Washington Quarterly , vol. 28, #1, 2004/2005, pp. 59-70.

Bertram, Christoph: “Was soll aus der NATO werden?”, Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Jour Fixe, 2003.

Bhatty, Robin and Bronson, Rachel: “NATO’s mixed signals in the Caucasus and Central Asia”, in: Survival, vol. 42, #3, 2000, pp. 129-145.

Blackwell, Robert and Larabee, Stephen: “Conventional arms control and East-West security”, Durham: Duke University Press, 1989.

Booth, Ken (ed.): “The Kosovo Tragedy: The human rights dimensions”, London: Frank Cass, 2001.

Brill Olcott, Martha: “Central Asia’s new states: independence, foreign policy, and regional security”, Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace, 1996.

Brill Olcott, Martha: “Central Asia’s second chance”, Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2005.

Brill Olcott, Martha, Aslund, Anders and Garnett, Sherman: “Getting it wrong – regional cooperation and the Commonwealth of Independent States”, Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1999.

Brzezinski, Zbigniew: “The Grand Chessboard”, New York: Basic Books, 1997.

Buzan, Barry and Little, Richard: “International systems in world history”, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Charlick-Paley, Tanya, Williams, Phil and Oliker, Olga: “The political evolution of Central Asia and South Caucasus: implications for regional security”, in: Oliker Olga and Sznaya, Thomas: “Faultlines of conflict in Central Asia and the South Caucasus: implications for the US army”, Santa Monica: RAND Arroyo Center, 2003.

Checkel, Jeffrey: “Ideas and international political change. Soviet/Russian behaviour and the end of the Cold War”, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.

Christinsen, Thomas and Snyder, Jack: “Chain gangs and passed bucks: predicting alliance patterns in multipolarity”, in: International Organization, vol. 44, #2, 1990, pp. 137-168.

Clark, Wesley: “Waging modern war”, New York: Public Affairs, 2001.

Clover, Charles: “Dreams of the Eurasian heartland. The reemergence of geopolitics”, in: Foreign Affairs, vol. 78, #2, 1999, pp. 9-13.

Collier, Ruth and Collier David: “Shaping the political arena: junctures, the labor movement and regime dynamics in Latin America”, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.

Cornell, Svante: “ The narcotics threat in greater Central Asia: from crime-terror nexus to state infiltration?”, in: China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly , vol. 4, #1, 2006, pp. 37-67.

Daalder, Ivo: “The end of atlanticism?”, in: Survival, vol. 45, #.2, 2003, pp. 147-166. 

Deutsch, Karl: “The nerves of government: models of political communication and control”, New York: Free Press, 1963.

Duffield, John: “Why NATO persists”, in: “NATO and the changing world order: an appraisal by scholars and policymakers”, Lanham: University Press of America, 1996, pp. 99-118.

Duffield, John: “Power rules: the evolution of NATO’s conventional force posture”, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995.

Edwards, Matthew: “The new great game and the new great gamers: disciples of Kipling and Mackinder”, in: Central Asian Survey , vol. 22, #1, 2003, pp. 83-102.

Fawn, Rick and White, Stephen: “Russia after communism”, London: Frank Cass Publishers, 2002.

Fedorov, Yuri and Nygren, Bertil: “Russia and NATO”, Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College, 2000

Figes, Orlando: “Natasha’s dance. A cultural history of Russia”, New York : Picador, 2002.

Finnemore, Martha: “National interests in international society”, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996.

Finnemore, Martha: “Norms, culture and world politics”, in: International Organization , 1996, vol. 50, #2, pp. 325-347.

Froschauer, Ulrike and Lueger, Manfred: “Das qualitative Interview”, Weinheim: UTB, 2003.

Frye, Alton: “The new NATO and relations with Russia”, in: The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2000, vol. 23, #3, pp. 92-111.

Gibler, Douglas: “East or further east?”, in: Journal of Peace Research, vol. 36, #6, 1999, pp. 627-637.

Gilpin, Robert: “The richness of the tradtion of political realism ”, in Keohane, Robert (ed.): “Neorealism and its critics”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1986, p. 301-321.

Glaser, Barney and Strauss, Anselm: “The discovery of grounded theory: strategies for qualitative research”, New York: de Gruyter, 1967.

Glaser, Charles: “The security dilemma revisited”, in: World Politics, vol. 50, # 1, 1997, pp. 171-201.

Goldstein, Judith and Keohane, Robert: “Ideas and foreign policy: beliefs, institutions and political change”, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993.

Grieco, Richard: “Anarchy and the limits of cooperation”, in: Kegley, Charles (ed.): “Controversies in IR theory – realism and the neoliberal challenge”, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995, 151-172.

Grieco, Joseph: “Understanding the problem of international cooperation: the limits of neoliberal institutionalism and the future of realist theory”, in: Baldwin, David (ed.): “Neorealism and neoliberalism: the contemporary debate”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1993, pp. 301-338.

Haftendorn, Helga: “Eine neue NATO? ”, Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, 2004.

Haftendorn, Helga: “Das Ende der alten NATO”, in: Internationale Politik, vol. 57, #4, 2002, pp. 49-54.

Haftendorn, Helga and Keck, Otto: “Kooperation jenseits von Hegemonie und Bedrohung. Sicherheitsinstitutionen in den internationalen Beziehungen”, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1997.

Halbach, Uwe, van Scherpenberg, Jens and Schmidt, Peter: “Seidenstraße und Great Game: Internationale Politik und regionale Entwicklung zwischen Kaukasus und Pamir”, in: van Scherpenberg, Jens and Schmidt, Peter (eds.): “Stabilität und Kooperation: Aufgaben internationaler Ordnungspolitik”, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2000.

Hall, Rodney: “National collective identity: social constructs and international Systems”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1999.

Heikka, Henrikki: “Beyond neorealism and constructivism”, in: Hopf, Ted (ed.): “Understandings of Russian foreign policy”, University Park: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999, pp. 57-109.

Herd, Graeme and Ackerman, Ella: “Russian strategic realignment and the post-post-Cold War era?”, in: Security Dialogue, vol. 33, #3, 2002, pp. 357-372.

Herz, John: “Idealist internationalism and the security dilemma”, in: World Politics, vol. 2, #2, 1950, pp. 157-180.

Hobbes, Thomas: “The Leviathan”, edited by Richard Tuck, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Hobson, John: “The state and international relations”, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Holbrooke, Richard: “To end a war“, New York: Random House, 1998.

Hopf, Ted (ed.): “Understandings of Russian foreign policy”, University Park: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999.

Hunter, Robert, Rogov, Sergey and Oliker, Olga: “NATO and Russia: bridge-building for the 21st century. Report of the working group on NATO–Russia relations”, Santa Monica: RAND, 2002.

Jervis, Robert: “Was the Cold War a security dilemma?”, in: Journal of Cold War Studies, vol. 3 , #1, 2001, pp. 36-60.

Jervis, Robert. “Cooperation under the security dilemma”, in: World Politics, vol. 40, #1, 1978, pp. 167–214.

Jervis, Robert: “Perception and misperception in international politics”, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976.

Kamp, Karl-Heinz: “The dynamics of NATO emlargement ”, in: Lieven, Anatol and Trenin, Dmitri (eds.): “Ambivalent neighbors – the EU, NATO and the price of membership”, Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2003 , pp. 185-204.

Kassianova, Alla: “Ist Russland noch westorientiert? Die Entwicklung der Staatsidentität in den Diskursen über die Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik”, in: Osteuropa: Zeitschrift für Gegenwartsfragen des Ostens , 2001, pp. 1199-1218.

Karaganov, Sergei: “New contours of the world order”, in: Russia in Global Affairs , vol. 3, #4, Moscow, October-December 2005.

Katzenstein , Peter :   International i nterdependence: s ome l ong- t erm t rends and r ecent c hanges , in: International Organizationv ol. 29, # 4, 1975, pp. 1021-1034 .

Katzenstein, Peter: “The culture of national security: norms and identity in world politics”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Kay, Sean: “NATO, the Kosovo war and neoliberal theory”, in: Contemporary Security Policy, vol. 25, #2, 2004, pp. 252-279.

Keohane, Robert: “International institutions and state power: essays in International Relations theory”, Boulder: Westview, 1989.

Keohane, Robert and Martin, Lisa: “The promise of institutionalist theory”, in: International Security , vol. 20, #1, 1995, pp. 39-51.

Keohane, Robert and Nye, Joseph: “Power and Interdependence. World Politics in transition”, New York : Longman, 2001.

Kerneck, Barbara: “Russlands Sicht of EU und NATO – wie es die russischen Politiker mit ihren außenpolitischen Programmen halten”, Berlin: Köster, 2004.

King, Gary, Keohane, Robert and Verba, Sidney: “Designing social inquiry: scientific inference in qualitative research”, Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1994.

Kirchner, Emil: “The future of NATO: transforming not withering”, in: Meier-Walser, Reinhard (ed.): “Die Zukunft der NATO”, in: Argumente und Materialien zum Zeitgeschehen, #34, München: Akademie für Politik und Zeitgeschehen der Hanns Seidel Stiftung, 2002, pp. 47-52.

Koch, Jutta: “Kosten der NATO-Osterweiterung: Nur eine amerikanische Debatte?”, in: Wissenschaft und Frieden, vol. 2, Münster University, 1997.

Kugler, Richard: “Enlarging NATO: the Russia factor”, Washington DC : RAND, 1996.

Lake, David: “Beyond anarchy: the importance of security institutions”, in: International Security , vol. 26, #1, 2001, pp. 129-140.

Landsford, Tom: “All for one: Terrorism, NATO and the US”, London: Ashgate, 2002.

Larabee, Stephen: “Russia and its neighbors: integration or disintegration?”, in: “The global century – globalization and national security”, Washington: Institute for National Strategic Studies, 2001, pp.859 – 873.

Linklater, Andrew: “Rationalism”, in: Viotti, Paul and Kauppi, Mark (eds.): “International Relations theory – realism, pluralism, globalism”, New York: Palgrave, 1993.

Machiavelli: “The Prince ”, in Viotti, Paul and Kauppi, Mark (eds.): “International Relations theory – realism, pluralism, globalism”, New York: Palgrave, 1993.

Manutscharjan, Aschot: “Die Putin-Doktrin; Eine Neuausrichtung der russischen Sicherheitspolitik”, in: KAS Auslandsinformationen, vol. 2, #4, Berlin : Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2004, pp. 4-34.

Mangott, Gerhard, Trenin, Dmitri, Senn, Martin and Timmermann, Heinz (eds.): “Russlands Rückkehr. Außenpolitik unter Vladimir Putin”, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2005.

Mastny, Vojtech: “Learning from the enemy. NATO as model for the Warsaw Pact”, in: Spillmann, Kurt and Wenger, Andreas (eds.): “Züricher Beiträge zur Sicherheitspolitik und Konfliktforschung”, #58, Forschungsstelle für Sicherheitspolitik und Konfliktforschung, 2001.

Mearsheimer, John: “The tragedy of great power politics”, New York: Norton and Company, 2001.

Mearsheimer, John: “The false promise of international institutions”, in: International Security, vol. 19, #3, 1994/1995, pp. 5-49.

Medvedev, Sergei (ed.): “Russia and the West at the millennium: global imperatives and domestic policies”, Garmisch-Partenkirchen: George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, 2003.

Menon, Rajan: “The new great game in Central Asia”, in: Survival, vol. 45, #2, 2003, pp. 187-204.

Menon, Rajan, Fedorov, Yuri and Nodia, Ghia (eds.): “Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia – the 21st century security environment”, New York: East-West Institute, 1999.

Meyers Jaffe, Amy and Manning, Robert: “The myth of the Caspian ‘Great Game’: the real geopolitics of energy”, in: Survival vol. 40, #4, 1998, pp. 112-129.

Miller, Benjamin: “When opponents cooperate”, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

Morgenthau, Hans: “Politics among nations: the struggle for power and peace”, New York: Knopf, 1973.

Moroney, Jennifer: “Building security in Central Asia: a multilateral perspective ”, in: Burghart, Daniel and Sabonis-Helf, Theresa (eds.): “In the tracks of Tamerlane: Central Asia’s path to the 21st century”, Washington DC: National Defense University, 2004, pp. 341-360, p. 349.

Oliker Olga and Sznaya, Thomas: “Faultlines of conflict in Central Asia and the South Caucasus: implications for the US army ”, Santa Monica: RAND Arroyo Center, 2003.

Olson, Mancur and Zeckhauser, Richard: “An economic theory of alliances”, in: The review of economics and statistics, vol. 48 , #3, 1966, pp. 266-279.

Peters, Guy: “Institutional theory in political science: the new institutionalism”, London: Cassell, 1999.

Reus-Smith, Christian: “Constructivism”, in: Viotti, Paul and Kauppi, Mark (eds.): “International Relations theory – realism, pluralism, globalism”, New York: Palgrave, 1993 , pp. 209-230.

Reuter, Jens and Clewig, Konrad (eds.): “Der Kosovo Konflikt: Ursachen, Verlauf und Perspektiven”, Klagenfurt: Wieser Verlag, 2000.

Risse-Kappen, Thomas: “Collective identity in a democratic community: the case of NATO”, in: Katzenstein, Peter: “The culture of national security. Norms and identity in world politics”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1996, pp. 357-399.

Ruggie, John: “Constructing the world polity”, London/New York: Routledge, 1998.

Safranchuk, Ivan: “Russia and NATO: Looking beyond expansion”, in: Valasek, Thomas and Hitchens, Theresa (eds.): “Growing pains: the debate on the next round of NATO enlargement”, Washington, DC : CDI, 2002, pp. pp. 77-88.

Sakwa, Richard: “Russian politics and society”, London: Routledge, 1993.

Shevtsova, Lilia: “Bürokratischer Autoritarismus – Fallen und Herausforderungen”, in: Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte #11, Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 2006, pp. 6-13.

Siedschlag, Alexander: “Der ‘kulturelle Faktor’ in der Sicherheitspolitik”, Bonn: Reader Sicherheitspolitik, Streitkräfteamt, Informations- und Medienzentrale der Bundeswehr, 2003 , pp. 90-104.

Sloan, Stanley: “NATO’s future: beyond collective defense”, Washington: Congressional Research Report Service, Foreword, 1995.

Sloan, Stanley and Woehrel, Steve: “NATO enlargement and Russia: from Cold War to peace?”, Washington, DC: CRS Report for Congress, 1995.

Spidsboel-Hansen, Fleming: “Explaining Russian endorsement of the CFSP and the ESDP”, in: Security Dialogue, vol. 33, #4, 2002, pp. 443-456.

Spidsboel-Hansen, Fleming: “Russia’s relations with the EU: a constructivist cut”, in: International Politics, vol. 39, 2002, pp. 399-421.

Snyder, Glenn: “The security dilemma in alliance politics”, in: World Politics, vol. 36, #4, 1984, pp. 461-495.

Snyder, Robert: “Bridging the realist/constructivist divide: the case of the counterrevolution in Soviet foreign policy at the end of the Cold War”, in: Foreign Policy Analysis, vol. 1 , #1, 2005, pp. 55-71.

Stökl, Günther: “Russische Geschichte”, Stuttgart: Kröner, 1983.

Straus, Ira: “Russia in NATO: the fourth generation”, in: Thompson, Kenneth (ed.): “NATO and the changing world order – an appraisal by scholars and policymakers”, Lanham: University Press of America, 1996, pp. 139-159.

Stryken, Christian-Marius: “NATO enlargement – promoting social stability or strategic balance?”, Oslo: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Report # 223, 1997.

Thucydides: “The Melian Dialogues”, in: Viotti, Paul and Kauppi, Mark (eds.): “International Relations theory – realism, pluralism, globalism”, New York: Palgrave, 1993.

Toft, Peter: “The stability of Russia’s grand strategy ”, Kopenhagen: Kobenhavns Universitet, Institut for Statskundskab, 2004.

Tuschhoff, Christian: “Why NATO is still relevant”, in: International Politics, vol. 40, #1, March 2003, pp. 101-120.

Umbach, Frank: “Die zweite Runde der NATO-Osterweiterung aus der Sicht Russlands”, in: Pradetto, August (ed.): “Die zweite Runde der NATO-Osterweiterung: zwischen postbipolarem Institutionalismus und offensivem Realismus”, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Europäischer Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2004, pp. 279-317

Van Evera, Stephen: “Guide to methods for students of political science”, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1997.

Van Ham, Peter: “Security and culture, or, why NATO won’t last”, in: Security Dialogue, vol. 32, #4, 2001, pp. 393-406.

Waever, Ole: “The rise and fall of the inter-paradigm debate”, in: Smith, Steve, Booth, Ken and Zalevski, Marysia (eds.): “International theory: positivism and beyond”, Cambridge: Cambride University Press, 1996.

Wallander, Celeste: “Mortal friends, best enemies: German-Russian cooperation after the Cold War”, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999.

Wallander, Celeste: “Institutional assets and adaptability: NATO after the Cold War”, in International Organization vol. 54, #4, 2000, pp. 705-735.

Wallander, Celeste: “Russian national security policy in 2000”, Cambridge: PONARS Policy Memo 102, Harvard University, 2000.

Wallander, Celeste, Haftendorn Helga and Keohane, Robert: “Imperfect unions. Security institutions over time and space”, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Walt, Stephen: “Testing theories of alliance formation: the case of Southwest Asia”, in: International Organization, vol.42, #2, 1988, pp. 275-316.

Walt, Stephen: “The origins of alliances”, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987.

Walt, Stephen: “Alliance formation and the balance of world power”, in: International Security, vol. 9, #4, 1985 , pp. 3-43.

Waltz, Kenneth: “Theory of international politics”, New York: McGraw Hill, 1979.

Waltz, Kenneth: “Man, the state, and war: a theoretical analysis”, New York: Columbia University Press, 1959.

Webber, Mark: “Russia and Europe: conflict or cooperation”, London: Macmillan Press, 2000.

Webber, Mark: “The international politics of Russia and the successor states”, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1996.

Wendt, Alexander: “Social theory of international politics”, Cambridge, University of Cambridge Press, 1999.

Wheeler, Nicolas J.: “Saving strangers: Humanitarian intervention in international society”, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

White, Stephen: “Russia’s new politics: The management of a post-communist society”, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, 2002.

White, Steven, Pravda, Alex and Gitelman, Zvi (eds.): “Developments in Russian Politics”, London: Macmillan, 1997.

Wiesmann, Klaus: “Die vielleicht letzte Chance der NATO”, Berlin: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, 2003.

Wilhelmsen, Julie: “A Russian-Western security community? Possibilities and obstacles”, Oslo: Kjeller Norwegian Research Institute, 2002.

Williams, Michael and Neumann, Iver: “From alliance to security community: NATO, Russia, and the power of identity”, in: Millenium, vol. 29 , #2, 2000, pp. 357-387.

Yesson, Erik: “NATO, EU and Russia: reforming Europe’s security institutions”, in: European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 6 , #2, 2001, pp. 197-221.


Baev, Pavel: “Russia’s counterrevolutionary offensive in Central Asia”, PONARS Policy Memo # 399, December 2005, pp. 199-204, http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/pm_0399.pdf

Erdem, Vahit: “The Caucasus and Central Asia”, East and West Studies, 28 January 2006, http://www.eastweststudies.org/makale_detail.php?tur=100&makale=194

Karaganov, Sergei: “Russia should form a normal relationship with the West ”, Interview in Nezavisimaya Gazeta, 6 March 2002, published by the Center for Defence Information, Russia Weekly,   Washington, www.cdi.org/Russia/196-10.cfm

Karaganov, Sergei: “The threat of another defeat”, in: Nezavisimaya Gazeta, 3 February 1995 , published by NATO, http://www.nato.int/docu/review/1995/9502-6.htm

Koch, Jutta: “Kosten der NATO-Osterweiterung: Nur eine amerikanische Debatte?”, in: Wissenschaft und Frieden, vol. 2, 1997, published by Münster University, http://www.uni-muenster.de/PeaCon/wuf/wf-97/9720205m.htm

Korbinskaya, Irina: “Russia–NIS relations beyond the color revolutions. Are the shifts durable?”, PONARS Policy Memo #375, December 2005, pp. 49-56, http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/pm_0375.pdf

Martin, Andrew: “Power politics: China, Russia and Peace Mission 2005”, in: China Brief, vol. 5, #20, 27 September 2005, published by the Jamestown Foundation, http://www.jamestown.org/images/pdf/cb_005_020.pdf

Pike, John: “Operation Enduring Freedom”, in: Global Security, July 2005, http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ops/enduring-freedom.htm

Shakleyina, Tatyana and Bogaturov, Aleksei: “The Russian realist school of international relations ”, in: Communist and post-communist studies, vol. 37, March 2004, pp.37-51, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=MImg&_imagekey=B6VGF-4BP3KJ2-1-1&_cdi=6037&_user=964000&_orig=browse&_coverDate=03%2F31%2F2004&_sk=999629998&view=c&wchp=dGLbVzzzSkWb&md5=69a10cb503f050feca1ed5bd46d31f93&ie=/sdarticle.pdf

Sokov, Nikolai: “The not-so-great game in Central Asia”, PONARS Policy Memo #403, December 2005, pp. 223-228, http://www.csis.org/media/csis/pubs/pm_0399.pdf

Tsygankov, Andrei and Tsygankov, Pavel : “New directions in Russian international studies: pluralization, westernization, and isolationism ”, in: Communist and post-communist studies, vol. 37, March 2004, pp.1-17, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=MImg&_imagekey=B6VGF-4BJ20KY-3-1&_cdi=6037&_user=964000&_orig=browse&_ coverDate=03%2F31%2F2004&_sk=999629998&view=c&wchp=dGLbVlbzSkWb&md5=7478e0b5f93ca05be2cc11e8f03c06ad&ie=/sdarticle.pdf

Newspaper Articles

Ash, Timothy Garton : “Kosovo: was it worth it?”, in: New York Review of Books, #47, 14.-21. September, 2000.

Heller, Regina: “Kontroversen – Kapriolen – Kompromisse. Russlands Rolle im Kosovo”, in: Das Parlament, #32-33, 6.-13. August, 1999.

Conference papers and speeches

Brandenburg, Ulrich: “An overview of the mechanism of the Founding Act”, in : The first anniversary of the NATO–Russia Founding Act: appraisal and outlook, Documents on the international conference 19-20 June 1998, Moscow: INION RAN, 1998.

Kogan, Evgeniy: “NATO–Russia relations: ups and downs along the road”, in: The first anniversary of the NATO–Russia Founding Act: appraisal and outlook, Documents on the international conference 19-20 June 1998, Moscow: INION RAN, 1998.

Proektor, Daniil: “The Founding Act: symbol of an epoch?”, in: The first anniversary of the NATO–Russia Founding Act: appraisal and outlook, Documents on the international conference 19-20 June 1998, Moscow: INION RAN, 1998.

Rogozin, Dmitri: “Russia and NATO at 20: should the new arrangement be rushed?”, speech given at the 19th international workshop on global security: “Global security: defining and responding to the new threats”, Berlin, 3-6 May 2002, http://www.csdr.org/berlin02/rogozin.htm

Struck, Peter: “The future of NATO”, speech given at the Munich conference on security policy, Munich, 2 July 2005, http://www.securityconference.de/konferenzen/rede.php?id=125&sprache=en&

Weiss, Gebhardt: “Venturing more controversial stability in Europe”, in: The first anniversary of the NATO–Russia Founding Act: appraisal and outlook, Documents on the international conference 19-20 June 1998, Moscow: INION RAN, 1998.

Wiener, Antje: “Social facts in world politics – the value-added of constructivism ”, paper prepared for presentation at the 42nd annual convention of the International Studies Association, Chicago, 20-25 February 2001, http://www.isanet.org/archive/wiener.html

Timmermann, Heinz: “Die Verarbeitung des Ende des Sowjetimperiums im heutigen russischen Bewusstsein”, paper presented at the conference “Transformationen der Erinnerungskulturen?“, Forschungsinstitut Arbeit, Bildung, Partizipation (FIAB)/ Stiftung zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur, Recklinghausen, 23 February 2005.

Primary Documents


Agreed Points of Russian Participation in KFOR: The Helsinki Agreement, signed on 18 June 1999, http://www.nato.int/kfor/kfor/documents/pdf/helsinki.pdf

Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty, United States Department of State, http://www.state.gov/t/ac/rls/fs/11243.htm

Founding Act on Mutual Relations, Cooperation and Security between NATO and the Russian Federation, Paris, 27th May 1997. NATO Basic Texts: www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/fndact-a.htm

Georgia Train and Equip Program, United States Department of Defense news release # 217-00, 29 April 2002, http://www.defenselink.mil/releases/2002/b04292002_bt217-02.html

History of the NATO-led Stabilisation Force (SFOR) in Bosnia and Herzegovina, http://www.nato.int/sfor/docu/d981116a.htm

Improving NATO’s operational capabilities, http://www.nato.int/issues/capabilities/index.html

Interview with Robert Simmons, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Security Cooperation and Partnership and Special Representative for the Caucasus and Central Asia, 10 September 2004, NATO HQ, Brussels, http://www.nato.int/docu/speech/2004/s040910b.htm

Madrid Declaration on Euro-Atlantic Security and Cooperation (Articles 6 and 8), issued by the head of state and government Madrid Summit, July 8, 1997, http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/1997/p97-081e.htm

NATO Exercise Sorbet Royal (SR 05), http://www.nato.int/ims/news/2005/n050622a.htm

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NATO in Afghanistan Press factsheet, http://www.nato.int/issues/afghanistan/050816-factsheet.htm#troop_contributions

NATO Individual Partnership Action Plans, http://www.nato.int/issues/ipap/index.html

NATO Istanbul Summit Communiqué, www.nato.int/docu/pr/2204/p04-096e.htm and Chairman’s statement, meeting of the NRC at the level of Foreign Ministers held in Istanbul, 28 June 2004, www.nato.int/docu/pr/2004/p040628e.htm

NATO Membership Action Plans, http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/1999/p99-066e.htm

NATO Operation Active Endeavour, http://www.nato.int/issues/active_endeavour/index.html and Operation Active Endeavour Allied Joined Force Command Naples, http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Operations/ActiveEndeavour/Endeavour.htm

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NATO Prague Summit Declaration, 21 November 2002, http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/2002/p02-127e.htm

NATO Response Force, http://www.nato.int/issues/nrf/index.html

NATO–Russia Action Plan on Terrorism, www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b041209a-e.htm

NATO–Russia Council: NRC Statement, Rome, 28th May 2002. www.nato.int/docu/pr/2002/p020528e.htm

NATO School, http://www.natoschool-shape.de/internet_ns/ns_body.htm

NATO Update: A new spirit of cooperation between NATO and Russia, http://www.nato.int/docu/update/2003/12-december/e1204c.htm and NATO Update: NATO and Russia tackle terror at sea, 17 February 2006, www.nato.int/docu/update/2006/02-february/e0217b.htm

OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission Final Report on the parliamentary elections in Tajikistan 2005, http://www.osce.org/documents/odihr/2005/05/14852_en.pdf

Partnership Action Plan against Terrorism, www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b021122e.htm

Partnership for Peace (PfP), http://www.nato.int/issues/pfp/index.html

Report on the Comprehensive Review of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council and Partnership for Peace, http://www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b021121a.htm

SOFA Agreement, Agreement among the states parties to NATO and the other states participating in PfP regarding the status of their forces, http://www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b950619a.htm

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The North Atlantic Council (NAC), http://www.nato.int/docu/handbook/2001/hb070101.htm

The North Atlantic Treaty, http://www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/treaty.htm

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Brief introduction of the SCO, http://www.sectsco.org/html/00026.html

Virtual Silk Highway, www.nato.int/science/virtual_silk/info.htm


NATO Handbook, Brussels: NATO Office of Information and Press, 2001.


1. Dr. Uwe Halbach, Research Fellow, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik: Research Group Russia/CIS, Berlin, 21.10.2004

2. Dr. Hannes Adomeit, Research Fellow, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Research Group Russia/CIS, Berlin, 21.10.2004.

3. Official #1, German Foreign Ministry, Political Section, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus Moldova and CIS, Berlin, 18.1.2005

4. Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Baldauf, Languages and Cultures of Central Asia, Central Asia Seminar, Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt University, Berlin, 26.1.2005

5. Official #2, German Foreign Ministry, Political Section, Berlin, 7.2.2005

6. Official #3, German Foreign Ministry, Political Section, European Security and Defense Policy, Berlin, 8.2.2005

7. Official #1, European Commission Moscow Delegation, Political Section, Moscow, 1.3.2005

8. Official #1, NATO Information Office (NIO), Moscow, 2.3.2005

9. Dr. Vladimir Evseev, Program Coordinator, Nuclear Non-Proliferation, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Moscow, 4.3.2005

10. Fyodor Lukyanov, Editor-in-Chief, Russia in Foreign Affairs, 5.3.2005

11. Official #1, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Russia, Political Section, Moscow, 9.3.2005

12. Dr. Tatiana Parkhalina, Deputy Director, Institute for Scientific Information for Social Sciencies (INION RAN), Moscow, 10.3.2005

13. Dr. Alexey Salmin, Chief Researcher, Russian Public Policy Center, 11.3.2005

14. Official #1, NATO Military Liaison Mission (MLM), Moscow, 17.3.2005 and 21.3.2005

15. Dr. Dmitri Trenin, Director of Studies and Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Moscow, 24.3.2005

16. NATO Official #1, Private Office of the NATO Secretary General, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, 8.9.2005

17. NATO Official #2, Cooperation and Regional Security Division, Russia and Ukraine, International Military Staff, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, 13.9.2005

18. European Commission Official #1, Unit E3: Caucasus and Central Asia, External Relations Directorate-General, European Commission, Brussels, 16.9.2005

19. NATO Official #3, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, Russia and Ukraine Relations, International Staff, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, 16.9.2005

20. European Commission Official #2, Seconded National Expert, Security, Counter-Terrorism, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, External Relations Directorate-General, European Commission, Brussels, 20.9.2005

21. European Commission Official #3, Unit D1: European Neighbourhood Policy Coordination, External Relations Directorate-General, European Commission, Brussels, 20.9.2005

22. European Commission Official #4, Unit E1: Russia, External Relations Directorate-General, European Commission, Brussels, 22.9.2005

23. European Commission Official #5, Unit E2: Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova, External Relations Directorate-General, European Commission, Brussels, 23.9.2005

24. NATO Official #4, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, Euro-Atlantic Integration and Partnership, International Staff, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, 27.9.2005

25. NATO Official #5, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, Euro-Atlantic Integration and Partnership, International Staff, NATO Headquarters, Brussels, 27.9.2005

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