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Table Of Contents

List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgments
Note on Transliteration of Russian
1. Introduction: Identity and Interests in World Politics
2. Aspirational Constructivism: A Theory of Identity and Interests
3. Russian National Self-Images in the 1990s
4. Russia's Foreign Policy Orientations: Ingroups,Outgroups, and Identity Management Strategies
5. Post-Soviet Russia's "Revolutionary Decade" and the Creation of National Identity
6. The Post-Soviet Creation of Russia's Security Interests in Europe
7. The Post-Soviet Creation of Russia's Interests in Nuclear Arms Control
8. Conclusion: Aspirational Constructivism and International Institutional Change
Appendix Methodology
Notes
Bibliography
Index