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The Fate of Empires and Eurasian Federalism: A Discussion between the Eurasianists and their Opponents in the 1920s

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The discussion of the problem of federalism and multiculturalism was as heated among the Russian in the 1920s as it is today. It was initiated by the Russian Eurasianists who were opposed and criticised by various ethnic Russian and non-Russian intellectuals. Political, social and cultural issues were at the core of this discourse, which was concerned with the relationships between the dominant majority and ethnic minorities. These debates also concerned the future of the Russian State, its administrative structure and the construction of a Eurasian Nation.

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2001-01-01
2016-12-09

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