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Imagined communities in the unimaginable state: Federal ‘Centre’ and ‘Regions’ in modern Russia

Regional Insights. 2011. No. 2. P. 9-11.
Akopov S., Razumeyko N.

Natalia Razumeyko and Sergey Akopov argue that the complexity of the Russian state has both placed a premium on regional identities as the bedrock of Federal unity, but created new vulnerabilities for the Russian state in an age of centralisation.