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ID number:617170
Published: 23.05.2022.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 5 units
References: Not used

And the behavior of Russia can be characterized by undiminished imperial ambitions (whether it be the Russian Empire or the USSR). Historically, Russia did not miss an opportunity to gain new territories, and if the USSR retained the territories of the Russian Empire, then the Russian Federation, as the successor of the USSR, lost them in 1991, that is, it received a strong blow, so the events in Georgia in 2008 can be considered as an attempt by Russia to return the lost in one of the directions.
Summing up, the author concludes that each theory of international relations has sufficiently substantiated approaches and arguments for the analysis of events, however, it is impossible to single out any one main theory that could independently explain the events in international relations. In addition, for the analysis of events, one cannot choose only one theory, because it would not fully reflect what is happening (one, universal theory that could explain everything has not yet been invented). Speaking about specific events, that is, about the events in Georgia in 2008, the author, taking into account the current situation in the world, believes that the events in Georgia, or at least Russia at the moment, are best explained by constructivism.

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