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Nikolas Gvosdev

Nikolas N. Gvosdev (born 1969) is a Naval War College. He is married with one son.

Along with Dimitri K. Simes, Anatol Lieven, and John Hulsman, Gvosdev is seen as one of the proponents of the "new realism" in foreign policy—one that acknowledges a greater role for values than traditional realpolitik as espoused by Henry Kissinger but nonetheless puts a stress on setting priorities. He has also been one of the strongest proponents for engagement with Russia and has tended to view Vladimir Putin's government in a more positive light than most American commentators, characterizing his regime as "managed pluralism" rather than as an outright authoritarian state. Along with Ray Takeyh, he was an early skeptic of the proposition that the spread of democracy in the Middle East would bring pro-American governments to power.

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  1. ^ http://www.thewashingtonnote.com/archives/2008/05/the_national_in/
  2. ^ http://www.nationalinterest.org/General.aspx?id=76
  3. ^ |url= https://www.usnwc.edu/NikolasGvosdev |title= U.S Naval War College;Faculty;Profile

External links

  • Gvosdev's blog

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