By Yitzhak Brudny
Written via Russian and Western students, this choice of unique essays provides a basic review of political swap in Russia on the grounds that 1991. instead of interpret the cave in of country socialism as "the finish of background" or the start of the "transition" to a liberal, loose industry democracy, the participants study contemporary Russian background via reading it compared to the histories of alternative states of the previous Soviet Union and japanese Europe. They handle issues of nationwide identification, demographic swap, and the features of Russian democracy.
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