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Russian Nationalism since 1856

Ideology and the Making of Foreign Policy



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Russian Nationalism since 1856 by Astrid S. Tuminez
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This thoughtful book describes the range of nationalist ideas that have taken root in Russia since 1856. Drawing on a wide range of archival documents and unparalleled interview material from the post-Soviet period, Tuminez analyzes two cases-Russian panslavism in 1856-1878 and great power nationalism in 1905-1914-when aggressive nationalist ideas clearly influenced Russian foreign policy and contributed to decisions to go to war. Yet not all forms of nationalism have been malevolent, and the author assesses competing nationalist ideologies in the post-Soviet period to clarify the conditions under which a particularly belligerent nationalism could flourish and influence Russian international behavior.

Author Biography

Astrid S. Tuminez is senior research associate with the U.S. Institute of Peace.
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August 1st, 2000
Country of Publication
United States
Rowman & Littlefield
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