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From its beginnings Russia has been a polyethnic society, and so has a long history of dealing with ethnic problems. From its imperial stage through the Soviet years it has experienced the pressures of ethnic assimilation and ethnic nationalism. In recent years, political liberalization and economic turmoil have released pent-up nationalistic and separatist feelings which had lain dormant (read more)
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Ethnoses of Prerevolutionary Russia Evolution of Russia's Federative Structure Main Classifications of Russia's Nationalities The Main Demographic, Ethnocultural, and Ethnosocial Processes in Russia in the Years of Soviet Power The Main National-Political and Socioeconomic Problems of Russia at the Present Stage
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