Russian Ideology After Crimea

Russian Ideology After Crimea. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Andrei Kolesnikov. September 22, 2015.

Following the annexation of Crimea in March 2014, the Russian public has embraced an increasingly conservative and nationalistic ideology. According to the author, any repudiation of this ideology, let alone the transformation of the country as a whole, will only happen if demand for change from the bottom coincides with a desire for modernization from the top. [Note: contains copyrighted material]. Summary in English [HTML format, various paging]. Summary in Russian [HTML format, various paging]. Full Text in English [PDF format, 38 pages, 584.30 KB]. Full Text in Russian [PDF format, 46 pages, 2.33 MB].


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