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Russians as a Minority in Socialist Mongolia: Social Exclusion and Identity

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The article deals with the study of local Russian populations of Mongolia during the socialist period. It examines key stages in the formation of the Russian diaspora in the Mongolian People’s Republic. Issues of the legal, political and civic status of the migrants are studied. The article is based on published memoirs, data from internet forums devoted to the problems of the Russians in Mongolia and parish data of the Russian Orthodox Church in Ulaanbaatar.

Affiliations: 1: Buryat State University, Department of Oriental Studies, Ulan- Ude, Russia


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