The new Russian nationalism imperialism, ethnicity and authoritarianism 2000-15 /
Assessing the transformation of Russian nationalist discourse in the 21st century Russian nationalism, previously dominated by 'imperial' tendencies - pride in a large, strong and multi-ethnic state able to project its influence abroad - is increasingly focused on ethnic issues. This new e...
|Other Authors / Creators:||Kolstø, Pål, editor.|
Blakkisrud, Helge, editor.
|Language notes:||Text in English.|
|Imprint:||Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, |
|Online Access:||Available in Knowledge Unlatched eBooks Collection.|
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Table of Contents:
- The ethnification of Russian nationalism
- The imperial syndrome and its influence on Russian nationalism
- Radical nationalists from the start of Medvedev's presidency to the war in Donbas: True till death?
- Russian ethnic nationalism and religion today
- Everyday nationalism in Russia in European context: Moscow residents' perceptions of ethnic minority migrants and migration
- Backing the USSR 2.0: Russia's ethnic minorities and expansionist ethnic Russian nationalism
- Rallying 'round the leader more than the flag: Changes in Russian nationalist public opinion 2013-14
- How nationalism and machine politics mix in Russia
- Blurring the boundary between civic and ethnic: The Kremlin's new approach to national identity under Putin's third term
- Russia as an anti-liberal European civilisation
- Ethnicity and nationhood on Russian state-aligned television: Contextualising geopolitical crisis
- The place of economics in Russian national identity debates.