The Invention of Russia
Originally published 09/14/2016
Walter G. Moss
After the USSR fell Russia needed an ideology. Putin settled on patriotism, collectivism, derzhavnost—a tradition of being a great geopolitical state power that commands the attention of other countries—and gosudarstvennichestvo, the primacy of the state.
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