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This front matter section of the book Russia between East and West: Scholarly Debates on Eurasianism contains the table of contents and acknowledgments. Eurasianism became increasingly popular in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and then in post- Soviet Russia in the 1990s, but it took almost a generation before the importance of Eurasianism, or at least the term “Eurasian,” was acknowledged by Western scholars as an important framework for the study of the former USSR. American scholars have accepted the idea of Eurasianism and domesticated it as an intellectual import from Europe.

Keywords: Eurasianism; Russia; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)



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