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Topics selected for treatment in this volume include: the relationship between international and domestic law; citizenship and state succession; the Sino-Russian boundary problem; and co-operation with China in policing crime. These areas illustrate major shifts in the Russian international law policy bid to shed the corset of Communist ideology and old regime's ""modus operandi"" and join the international community's mainstream culture.;The test cases featured in this text also attest to the difficulties encountered in the process of transition and show that progress on this front has by no means been uniform. The sample includes both instances where the break with the past looks quite pronounced and where greater distancing from precedent might logically have been expected, but for reasons explored here, a sense of substantive continuity instead prevails.;This work marks the occasion of the author's 65th birthday and the 40th anniversary of his publishing debut.