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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

 


     

Coming Soon! A detailed assessment of the organization and capabilities of special operations forces from around the world.


Candid and powerful memoir by Andrei Sannikov, former deputy minister of foreign affairs of Belarus and opposition politician.

Price: $22.95

Detailed account of military developments in Ukraine and Russia leading up to the 2014 annexation of Crimea with new essays covering the outbreak of conflict in eastern Ukraine

Price: $89.95
     
 
   

Detailed local terrain analysis reports covering all of Ukraine

Price: $495.00

Detailed local terrain analysis reports covering all of Syria and Lebanon

Price: $295.00

Comprehensive analysis of the past, current, and future of the geoinformation industry in China.

Price: $345.00



FEATURED CONTENT


Letter From the Editors:

Jan. 23-29, 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)


Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Where Is It Headed?

From the Archives:

Soviet-Japanese Confrontation and the “Buddhist Factor” (1927-1945) (No. 4, 2012)


The Islamic State Is a Trojan Horse for Eurasia

From the Archives:

The Makeup of the Russian Defense Budget (No. 4, 2011)


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)