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Developments in Russian Politics 9 (9th Edition)

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Pages: 260
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Developments in Politics

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The 9th iteration of this go-to textbook on contemporary Russian politics offers comprehensive and critical discussion of the country’s most recent developments, providing substantive coverage of the key areas in domestic...

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The 9th iteration of this go-to textbook on contemporary Russian politics offers comprehensive and critical discussion of the country’s most recent developments, providing substantive coverage of the key areas in domestic and foreign Russian politics. Ranging from established topics such as executive leadership, parties and elections, to newer issues of national identity, protest, and Russia and Greater Eurasia, it reflects the changing nature of Russian politics in a globalising world defined by ever-shifting balances of power.

Building on the success of previous versions, Developments in Russian Politics 9 is an established text for modules on Russian politics. Its chapters can also be used as standalone or supplementary reading at various points throughout courses on comparative government and politics. Accessibly written, and compiled by an international team of specialists, it will appeal to both undergraduate and postgraduate students from across the world.

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  • Offers comprehensive and critical discussion of contemporary issues in Russian politics
  • Written by an international team of leading experts
  • Combines contemporary coverage with accessible writing style to appeal to a global audience of both under- and postgraduate students



  

  • A refreshed author team with seven out of 16 new contributors
  • All existing chapters are thoroughly revised or written anew to take stock of the latest developments
  • Includes chapters by new contributors, as well as chapters on new topics by previous contributors to reflect the changing nature of Russian politics

1. Politics in Russia; R. Sakwa
2. Executive Leadership; P. Willerton
3. Parties and the Party System; O.J. Reuter
4. Parliamentary Politics in Russia; B. Noble
5. National Identity and the Contested Nation; M. Laruelle
6. Protest and Challenge; G. Robertson
7. Media and Political Communication; E. Mickiewicz
8. A Rule of Law?; K. Hendley
9. A Federal State; D. Slider
10. Managing the Economy; P. Hanson
11. Society, Inequality and Social Justice; T. Remington
12. Foreign Policy; V. Feklyunina
13. Security, the Military and Politics; B. Renz
14. Russia and its Neighbours; S. Charap
15. Russia's Political Systems; H. Hale.
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Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, UK.

Henry E. Hale is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at the Department of Political Science, George Washington University, USA.

Stephen White is James Bryce Professor of Politics at the Department of Politics, University of Glasgow, UK.

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Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, UK.

Henry E. Hale is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at the Department of Political Science, George Washington University, USA.

Stephen White is James Bryce Professor of Politics at the Department of Politics, University of Glasgow, UK.

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