Russia's Coercive Diplomacy offers a highly original exploration of Russia's uses of power as it exerts its influence in a post-Soviet era. Russia's place in the world as a powerful regional actor can no longer be denied, and this study focuses on how its developing sources of power are utilized in a modern context. Valeriano and Maness challenge assumptions about the ways in which power is exerted, exploring Russia's utilization of coercive diplomacy in the arena of cyber power, energy power, and maritime power. How do Russian foreign policy practices impact the course of peace and stability the Eastern European, Caucasus, and Central Asian regions of post-Soviet space, as well as in cyberspace and the Arctic region? Should the United States fear the return of Russia as an energy superpower? Will cyber conflict dominate in the region and be a tool of the Russian foreign policy regime? Valeriano and Maness engage with these salient questions in this valuable contribution to the study of post-Soviet Russia and its place in the modern world.