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Conflicting Loyalties and the State in Post-Soviet Eurasia e-book

Author:

Coppieters Bruno,Alexei Malashenko,Michael Walleer

Language:

English

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Other

Subcategory:

Humanities

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1310 kb

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Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Routledge; 1 edition (November 1, 1998)

Pages:

264

ISBN:

0714648825

Conflicting Loyalties and the State in Post-Soviet Eurasia e-book

by Coppieters Bruno,Alexei Malashenko,Michael Walleer


This work analyses the conflicting ethnic, religious and regional loyalties with which the state-building process must contend in the Soviet Union's successor states and Russia itself.

This work analyses the conflicting ethnic, religious and regional loyalties with which the state-building process must contend in the Soviet Union's successor states and Russia itself. An interesting and valuable contribution to the literature on post-communist states.

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Coppieters Bruno, Alexei Malashenko, Michael Walleer. This work analyses the conflicting ethnic, religious and regional loyalties with which the state-building process must contend in the Soviet Union's successor states and Russia itself.

Michael Waller, Bruno Coppieters, Michael Waller Bruno Coppieters Alekseĭ Vsevolodovich Malashenko, Alekseĭ . Conflicting Loyalties in the Crimea Natalia Belitser. 53. The Kaliningrad Region of Russia in. 80. The Tatarstan Model.

Michael Waller, Bruno Coppieters, Michael Waller Bruno Coppieters Alekseĭ Vsevolodovich Malashenko, Alekseĭ Vsevolodovich Malashenko. Psychology Press, 1998 - Political Science - 258 pages.

London : Frank Cass, 1998. This book analyses the political impact that ethnic, confessional and regional factors have had in the reconfiguration of the former Soviet space. It contains a number of thematic chapters - on Soviet nationality policy, on Islam in Russia today and on Bolshevik policies towards Islam in the early Soviet period. These synoptic chapters contain the following case studies: They include the enclave of Kaliningrad; the Ukraine, the Crimea within Ukraine each with its own turmoil within.

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Read instantly in your browser. A welcome addition to the literature on the complex relationships among the Eurasian republics of the former Soviet Union. Important reading for policy makers and scholars. ISBN-13: 978-0714644806.

Conflicting Loyalties and the State in Post-Soviet Eurasia by Coppieters Bruno, Michael Waller, Alexei Malashenko, Michael Walleer Paperback, 264 Pages, Published 1998 by Routledge ISBN-13: 978-0-7146-4479-0, ISBN: 0-7146-4479-X.

Waller, Michael; Coppieters, Bruno; Malashenko, Alekseĭ Vsevolodovich (1998). Conflicting Loyalties and the State in Post-Soviet Russia and Eurasia. p. ISBN 9780714648828. Archived from the original on 2018-05-03. Building a Soviet City: the Transformation of Königsberg".

This work analyses the conflicting ethnic, religious and regional loyalties with which the state-building process must contend in the Soviet Union's successor states and Russia itself.

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