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Post Communist Economies. The article discusses the four periods of Russian food policy.

Post Communist Economies. Vol 22. no 3. pp. 267-282. The post-Soviet period began with expectations of greater economic integration and cooperation with the West. Since then, political trends in Russia's regions and rural politics provide considerable evidence of the increasing ability of pro-Kremlin forces to maximise their electoral fortunes in national contests. These political trends make it likely that United Russia will not only emerge as the dominant party in the 2007 Duma election, but will provide the Kremlin and Putin's successor with a compliant lower house.

Russia's Food Policies and Globalization. By Stephen K. Wegren. Rural Economies in Transition. Lanham, M. Lexington Books, 2005.

Russia's economic fate in the 21st century will be increasingly affected by international integration. Author Stephen K. Wegren focuses on Russia's food policies and their present and future effects on integration. Through an analysis of Russia's contemporary food policies and strategies, Wegren places Russia's economic development in a new international context.

by Stephen K. Published December 28, 2004 by Lexington Books. There's no description for this book yet.

The post-Soviet period has witnessed Russia's increasing interdependence with other nations in its food trade, as in the economy as a whole. In Russia's Food Policies and Globalization, author Stephen K. Wegren analyzes the primary questions affecting Russia and globalization.

Stephen K. Wegren, Rural Adaptation in Russia: Who Responds and How Do We Measure It?  . Russia’s foreign agricultural trade policies are analyzed in detail in Stephen K. Wegren, Russia’s Food Policies and Globalization (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005), chap. Wegren, Rural Adaptation in Russia: Who Responds and How Do We Measure It? Journal of Agrarian Change, vol. 4, no. 4 (October 2004), pp. 553–78. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 75. World Bank, Local Self-Governance and Civic Engagement in Rural Russsia (Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2003), pp. 38–39.

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Russia’s food policy is important for several reasons Books related to Food Policy and Food Security. Rural Transition in Azerbaijan.

Russia’s food policy is important for several reasons. The first and most obvious reason is that a dysfunctional food policy is symptomatic of larger political and societal problems. A failing food policy is often the precursor to political instability. Russian food policy is also important is due to the agricultural recovery since 2004 that has allowed Russia to become self-sufficient in grain production. Being food-sufficient in grain means that Russia is not drawing upon global grain supply. Books related to Food Policy and Food Security. Globalization and Its Discontents.

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The post-Soviet period has witnessed Russia's increasing interdependence with other nations in its food trade, as in the economy as a whole. President Putin has repeatedly identified international integration as an economic necessity if Russia is to share in the benefits of globalization. In Russia's Food Policies and Globalization, author Stephen K. Wegren analyzes the primary questions affecting Russia and globalization. How do Russia's domestic and external food policies affect its efforts at international integration? How prepared is Russia for global economic integration, for instance, entrance into the World Trade Organization? What are the structural, economic, and political obstacles that exist in Russia's food policies which in turn hinder closer integration? In short, will Russia integrate or fall behind, and what is the role of food policy in deciding this crucial issue? Through an analysis of Russia's contemporary food policies and strategies, Wegren places Russia's economic development in a new international context. Political scientists, economists, policymakers, and scholars of the Soviet and post-Soviet period, as well as those interested in rural studies, must read this book.