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Part II. The Russian Dilemma: Who is to Blame and What Should Be Done? Path Dependence

... Russia. During the 1917 revolution, there was also a chance to choose the path for political modernization but eventually, the same bottle with the different label was chosen. Russia faced the Red Terror, totalitarianism, and kolkhoz system (an updated Soviet version of the serfdom, only in 1974 the members of kolkhoz were allowed to have passports). By analyzing the key historical events, we can easily observe not only the path and trajectory along which Russia has been moving, but the point at which ...

Shedov Yaroslav
Опубликовано:
04.06.2021 15:23:39

The Implications of Post-Soviet De Facto States in Contemporary World Politics

From a humanist and democratic point of view, it makes sense to recognize these “de facto” states on a case-by-case basis as legitimate, for the sake of egalitarian representation. When the Soviet Union fell in 1991, the disintegration of a centralized nation into individual nation states did not occur without problems arising. Due to various issues about national and ethnic identities, various “de facto” states formed-nations who have ...

Fors Kristian
Опубликовано:
27.04.2021 11:05:41

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