The Role of state controlled companies in Russian Foreign Policy : cases of Gazprom and Rosoboronexport

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2013
Tüylüoğlu, Mazhar Yasin
This study examines the role and the significance of the state controlled companies in Russian Foreign Policy. The thesis argues that Russian Foreign Policy since Putin's rise to power has not been formulated and implemented by the conventional Foreign Policy establishment but by the non conventional actors such as Gazprom and Rosoboronexport due to the increasing importance of energy and arms sales in Russian Foreign Policy.
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M. Y. Tüylüoğlu, “The Role of state controlled companies in Russian Foreign Policy : cases of Gazprom and Rosoboronexport,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2013.