A "quantitative" analysis of the geopolitical situation in Russia


  • Vladimir Kolossov




Russia, Geopolitics


The author is Head of the Centre of Geopolitical Studies at the Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow,Professor at the University of Toulouse - Le Mirail (France) and Chair of the International Geographical Union Commission on Political Geography. He is the author of 12 books and has published in Political Geography, GeoJournal, Geopolitics, Eurasian Geography and Economy (formerly Post-Soviet Geography and Economy,) and other international and national journals. His most recent books include La Russie (la construction de l'identité nationale) in co-authorship with Denis Eckert (Paris, Flammarion, 1999); Geopolitics and Political Geography, in co-authorship with N. Mironenko (Moscow, Aspekt-Press, 2001, in Russian); and editor, The World in the Eyes of Russian Citizens: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy (Moscow, FOM, 2002, in Russian). 



How to Cite

Kolossov, V. (2003). A "quantitative" analysis of the geopolitical situation in Russia. Ekistics and The New Habitat, 70(422/423), pp. 315–320. https://doi.org/10.53910/26531313-E200370422/423258