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Naval Cooperation with Ex-Soviet Republics

26.10.10
Text: RusNavy.com, Evgeny V. Arkhipovsky
Among our neighbors, only Kazakhstan displays willingness to purchase Russian-built warships. The rest markets are closed for Russia. Why?

Part I. Who and What
Part II. Non-geographical policy or non-political geography
Part III. Friends or competitors?
Part IV. Delicate hints
Part V. Naval cooperation: geography, economy, orЕ policy?