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Book chapter

Criminal Justice

P. 331-338.
Kosals L., Pavlenko S.

Russia’s criminal justice system must contribute to the country’s social integrity and equilibrium.  And yet in Russia, as in most of the post-Soviet states, instead of being used as a means of producing public good, criminal justice has become a vehicle of institutional overturn.  In other words, in its overall logic, Russia’s criminal justice system to this day generally subordinates the daily safety and security needs of the public to the overall (implied) objective of protecting the national political system and the political-economic elite.

In book

Criminal Justice
Edited by: I. Studin. L.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.