Conflict and Consensus in Ethno-Political and Center-Peripheral Relations in Russia

Edited by Jeremy R. Azrael, Emil A. Payin


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Contains translations of studies by four Russian specialists on ethno-political and center-periphery relations in the Russian Federation.

Table of Contents

  • Preface

    Preface and Acknowledgments

  • Tables

  • Chapter 1

    Typologies of Regional Conflicts in Modern Russia

  • Chapter 2

    Ethnic Separatism

    Emil A. Payin

  • Chapter 3

    Budgetary Federalism

    Aleksei M. Lavrov

  • Chapter 4

    Ethno-Political Change in the North Caucasus

    Larisa L. Khoperskaya

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