Russia rising? The normative renaissance of multinational organizations

Chatterje-Doody, P. N. (2015). Russia rising? The normative renaissance of multinational organizations. In: Gaskarth, Jamie ed. Rising powers, global governance, and global ethics. London: Routledge, pp. 173–194.



Conscious of the West’s relative decline, Russia is increasingly balancing its engagements with established players, such as the EU, with moves to strengthen the conditions for the global multipolarity it craves. It seeks to play a pivotal role in many and varied international organisations. As well as repeatedly self-identifying as part of BRICS, and pursuing joint economic and military initiatives with partners in the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation and the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, most recently, Russia’s ruling elite has committed vast resources to the Eurasian customs Union (and intended Eurasian Union).

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