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Racism in Russia

 

 

 

Edited by Nicholas Awde & Fred James Hill

Paperback  ISBN 9781898948568 14.99
Hardback  
ISBN 9781898948360 45.00
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Describes racism in modern Russia – a subject whose complexity reflects the mosaic of peoples that make up the modern federation. The Russian Empire and the USSR expanded into Asia and Siberia, coercing into 'Greater Russia' peoples who were non- Russian, many Muslim. Migration back into Russia has seen millions of non-Russians become permanent citizens. Racism by the dominant ethnic Russians takes many forms, from age-old anti- Semitism to politically-fuelled violence against Caucasians. Contributions cover the history and causes of racism towards major ethnic group, with a commentary on what the future may hold.

– 224 pages with 40 illustrations & maps

 


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