Russia and Egypt in Russian Literature of the End of XX - beginning of XXI Century

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The paper views how Russian historiography reflects the Middle Eastern policy of the USSR and modern Russia. Egypt is taken as an example due to its crucial role for the Soviet and - later on - Russian interests in the region. We reveal the spheres of Russian interaction with Egypt, which received the greatest attention of the scholars, as well as a number of lacunae that require further research to improve our understanding on the image of Russia in the regions, the most promising directions of cooperation, as well as the potential risks and means of their prevention.


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L M Issaev

National Research University Higher School of Economics

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Email: Isleonid@yandex.ru
Myasnitskaya str., 20, Moscow, Russia, 101000

J V Zinkina

National Research University Higher School of Economics

Email: juliazin@list.ru
Myasnitskaya str., 20, Moscow, Russia, 101000

A R Shishkina

National Research University Higher School of Economics

Email: Alisa.shishkina@gmail.com
Myasnitskaya str., 20, Moscow, Russia, 101000

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