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Violent Russia, Deadly Marxism?

The purpose behind Peter Holquist’s 2003 article “Violent Russia, Deadly Marxism? Russia in the Epoch of Violence, 1905-21” was to historicize a range of conditions under which the Soviet regime grew in power. Holquist argues that the Bolshevik state was the outcome of specific time and place as well as...

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US Managers in Russia

Success in management is dependent on the culture of the workers and the managers. The best results are realized where the managers and the workers have similar values and therefore approach working in the same way. A US worker or investor may be appalled by the application of movement skills...

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The Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution consisted of two violent revolutions that resulted in the collapse of the Russian Empire and the rise of a brand new political entity, i.e. the Soviet Union. The first of the two revolutions was the result of various political, social and economic issues, including Tsar Nicholas II’s...

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The Geography of Russia and Neighboring Countries

Russia was originally known as the Soviet Union before its collapse in 1991. In the modern world, Russia is one of the major nations which are dominant in the world of politics and economics. Russia geographically borders 12 states and 3 Baltic States all of which are linked to Europe....

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St. Petersburg Literary Tour

St. Petersburg can be considered the cultural capital of Russia. The city is home to many of Russia’s literary greats such as Gogol, Nekrasov, Blok, Esenin, Tolstoy, Pushkin, and Brodsky (Julie G., 2013). I addition to authors from St. Petersburg, the city has also inspired many to use it as...

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Russian Ruble

The advent of Perestroika in 1991 led to a more open Russian economy compared to the previous period. 1998 economic crisis in Russia led to establishment of a floating exchange regime with heavy interventions by the government through direct and indirect policies. After the 2008 global economic crisis, the Bank...

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Russian Economy

A market economy system means economies that work on the principle of free market. The interference of the government is kept to the minimum in these economies in matters of importance such as public goods (roads, infrastructure, etc.), merit goods (education and healthcare), goods with negative externalities (pollution-causing firms, etc.)....

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Russia as the Third Rome

Russia was considered to be one of the contenders for the title of the “Third Rome.” This idea believes that the legacy of ancient Rome could be claimed by other societies and cultures in the years after the fall of Rome. The “Second Rome” was Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire....

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Open Source Intelligence and its Implications for Russia

Russia’s involvement in the downing of MH17 has been an issue of contention over the last few years. In short, the Malaysian Air plane, heading across Ukraine after leaving Amsterdam, was shot down under suspicious circumstances, with Ukrainian authorities claiming that Russian rebels had used weapons brought into Ukraine for...

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Moscow and St. Petersburg

The city of St. Petersburg, Russia is known as Russia’s ‘window to Europe.’ It is located 400 miles northwest of Moscow and is the second largest city in Russia with a population of approximately 4,953,219. The area of the city of 550 square miles. It was founded by Tsar Peter...

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Second Duma Meeting 1907, Russia

The late Russian Empire was characterized the State Duma, which was the Lower House and part of the legislative assembly tasked with the role of holding a series of meetings (Levin, 1940). Duma was initially considered as an advisory body established after the Russian Revolution of 1905. The Second Duma...

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Increasing Sanctions against Russia

In March 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annexed Crimea, and Western nations were in shock (Rutland & Middletown, 2). The move had been unexpected, not the least of reasons due to Russia having signed the 1994 Budapest Memorandum which confirmed Ukraine’s sovereignty and territory for giving up on nuclear technology...

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How do you think will Russia live in a post-Putin era?

On March 18, 2018 presidential elections are going to take place in Russia, and they might result in bringing Russia to the beginning of the post-Putin era in the country. Vladimir Putin has been the President of the Russian Federation during 2000-2008, and since 2012. People all over the world...

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How and to What Extent is Russian Open to Multiculturalism?

Oktay (2016, p. 9) observes that due to rapid advances in technology and growing opportunities around the world, multiculturalism is increasingly taking root. In general terms, multiculturalism is described as a mixed ethnic community area characterized by the existence of multiple traditions (Noordenbos, 2016, p. 40). Countries around the world...

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Ending Serfdom in Russia

In the 1800s, serfdom was a popular and predominant phrase that meant servants on the land. Serfdom was part of the broader system called feudalism, and this was a system made up of higher class princes and knights owning a system made up of middle class artisans and serfs who...

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The Wars In Chechnya

The devastation, destruction and human rights violations of the two Wars in Chechnya (1994 and 1999) have been a hot button issue in international politics for the last two decades. Since Russia annexed Chechnya mor than 200 years ago, the area has resisted that country’s rule. Chechnya, however, is extremely...

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Causes of the March Revolution

The March revolution marked the overthrow of the autocratic monarchy in Russia. In March 1917, Emperor Nicholas II renounced the throne for himself and for his son Alexei. This event was the starting point for the disintegration of the Russian Empire. There were geopolitical, social, economic, and military causes of...

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