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(56,94 EUR/l) Die Beluga Transatlantic Racing Noble Russian Vodka Special Edition wurde zu Ehren des Erfolgs des russichen Segelteams, welches den Atlantik und das Mittelmeer unter Fahne des Belugas, segelte und zahlreiche Siege errung, hergestellt.Das Destillat dieses

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Vodka Beluga: Transatlantic (40 % Vol / 0,7l) +...
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(62,00 EUR/l) 40 % Vol. 1 x Beluga Transatlantic Vodka mit 40 % Vol. (0,7 L) 1 x Mini Beluga Noble Russian Vodka mit 40 % Vol. (5cl) 2 mySpirits Nosing-Gläser für optimalen Wodka-Genuss Schön verpackt in Geschenkschachtel mit Schleife Tolles Wodka-Gesc

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The Spy Who Changed History: The Untold Story o...
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On a sunny September day in 1931, a Soviet spy walked down the gangplank of the luxury transatlantic liner SS Europa and into New York. Attracting no attention, Stanislav Shumovsky had completed his journey from Moscow to enrol at a top American university. He was concealed in a group of 65 Soviet students heading to prestigious academic institutions. But he was after far more than an excellent education. Recognising Russia was 100 years behind the encircling capitalist powers, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin had sent Shumovsky on a mission to acquire America’s vital secrets to help close the USSR’s yawning technology gap. The road to victory began in the classrooms and laboratories of MIT - Shumovsky’s destination soon became the unwitting finishing school for elite Russian spies. The USSR first transformed itself into a military powerhouse able to confront and defeat Nazi Germany. Then, in an extraordinary feat that astonished the West, in 1947 American ingenuity and innovation exfiltrated by Shumovsky made it possible to build and unveil the most advanced strategic bomber in the world. Following his lead, other MIT-trained Soviet spies helped acquire the secrets of the Manhattan Project. By 1949, Stalin’s fleet of TU-4s, now equipped with atomic bombs, could devastate the United States on his command. Appropriately codenamed BLÉRIOT, Shumovsky was an aviation spy. Shumovsky’s espionage was so successful that the USSR acquired every US aviation secret from his network of agents in factories and at top secret military research institutes. In this thrilling history, Svetlana Lokhova takes the listener on a journey through Stalin’s most audacious intelligence operation. She pieces together every aspect of Shumovsky’s life and character using information derived from American and Russian archives, exposing how even Shirley Temple and Franklin D. Roosevelt unwittingly advanced his schemes. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Trinder. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/003884/bk_hcuk_003884_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Transatlantic Russian Jewishness: Ideological V...
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Transatlantic Russian Jewishness: Ideological Voyages of the Yiddish Daily Forverts in the First Half of the Twentieth Century ab 112.49 EURO

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Dismantling The West
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As the Russian invasion of Georgia in August 2008 demonstrated in no uncertain terms, Russia has developed into a neo-imperialist power seeking to restore its spheres of dominance, to undermine the emergence of a wider Europe, and to prevent the development of a coherent transatlantic community. Under the Vladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedev presidencies, the Russian Federation has set for itself an ambitious foreign policy goal of counterbalancing U.S. influence and curtailing the expansion of Western multinational institutions. This strategy's key component is to raise Russia's global stature and to diminish America's role by undermining the NATO alliance and neutralizing the European Union. The Georgian conflict demonstrates that Moscow is prepared to use military force to achieve its strategic objectives. Janusz Bugajski explores how the Russian authorities have systematically sought to undermine Western interests through sustained diplomatic campaigns, increasing control over energy supplies, escalating political subversion, and the recent military campaign in the Caucasus. He provides evidence that the notion of a 'strategic partnership' between Washington and Moscow is premature at best and a dangerous deception at worst. The struggle between the Western democratic model and the Russian authoritarian alternative will have a lasting impact on America's global alliances.

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008
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DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts,the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczynski Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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Internationalization and Economic Policy Reform...
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Edward M. Graham, Nina Oding and Paul J. J. Welfens Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union have achieved sustained economic growth in first half of the new decade in the 2V^ century. EU ac cession countries which have joined the EU have benefited mainly from high capital inflows, a reduced risk premium - with shadow effects of this already occurring in the years before explicit membership - and growing trade. While system transformation has undermined trade between Eastern Europe and Russia for several years there are medium prospects for grow ing trade in the whole of Europe. Russia's case, however, is different from the EU accession countries as a major driving force of economic dynamics is the oil and gas sector which has considerable backward and forward linkages. At the same time this sector apparently is politically quite sensi tive. The Transatlantic Transformation and Economic Development Re search Group has organized several workshops within a major interna tional research project. The project is devoted to analyzing the internatio nalization of the Russian economy and the associated changes in major policy fields. This book contains the revised analytical papers from the St. Petersburg conference in 2003 when the city celebrated its 300 year anniversary. We are very grateful to the Leontief Center for excellent organization of the conference. The paper by Paul J. J.

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008
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DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts, the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova ¿ Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczynski Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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