Russian Nationalism from an Interdisciplinary Perspective: Imagining Russia
This study examines how Russians imagine Russia in the 21st century and for the last three centuries. It looks at Russian history and modern day conflicts, such as ethnicity, to see how Russian people identify themselves. This study sheds light on many topics in Russian history, such as nationalism, anti-Semitism, Orthodox Christianity and ethnic others and reaction to NATO actions in Kosovo.
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THE RUSSIAN SELF AND THE ILLUSION OF RUSSIA
The PostSoviet Identity Flux
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