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Russian Ideology After Crimea

This paper examines the form of conservative and nationalistic ideology that the author argues has been increasingly embraced by the Russian public since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014. More specifically, among other issues the author looks at 1) the key elements of this ideology; 2) what has driven the rise of this ideology in Russia; 3) how the ideology has been used by President Putin’s regime; 4) Russian attitudes towards the US, the EU, President Putin, Russia’s place in the world and the country’s history – including the role of Stalin; 5) whether there is an ongoing process …read more

Source: International Relations and Security Network

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