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Volume 17 Issue 4 (Russia, China and Eurasia - Social, Historical and Cultural Issues) $150.00
1. The Russian Monarchy, Reforms and Revolution Part 2: Russia Pending the Democratic Changes pp. 297-316
A.A. Iskanderov

2. Russian Liberals During World War I pp. 317-332
V. Shelokhayev

3. The International Legal Status of the Republic of Nagorno Karabakh
pp. 333-338
Rouben Zargarian

4. Ethnic Conflicts in the Former USSR: The Use and Misuse of Typologies and Data pp. 339-362
Valery Tishkov

5. Cultural Rebirth of Russian Nations in Context of Eurasianism's Paradigm pp. 363-372
Roman Backer

6. Turkism as Ideology and Politics in New Turkic States and In Turkic Republics of Russian Federation: Hopes, Disappointments, Contradictions of the Last Decade pp. 373-382
Svetlana M. Tchervonnaia

7. Historical Background of the Process of Socio-Economic Transformation in Poland pp. 383-396

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