By Mark Bassin,Gonzalo Pozo
Deploying a number of theoretical frameworks and views, the essays during this quantity interact to make clear either Eurasianism’s plasticity and modern weight, and consider how its tropes and discourses are appropriated, interpreted, modulated and deployed politically, by means of nationwide teams, oppositional forces (left or right), favourite intellectuals, artists, and final yet now not least, executive elites. In doing so, this assortment addresses crucial issues and questions at the moment shaping the Post-Soviet international and past.
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The Politics of Eurasianism: Identity, Popular Culture and Russia's Foreign Policy by Mark Bassin,Gonzalo Pozo