The collapse of the Soviet Union left millions of ethnic Russians outside the boundaries of the Russian Federation. They are often the victims of nation-building efforts, including citizenship policies, in the countries where they livei> by CONSTANTINE DMITRIEV RUSSIANS LIVING IN THE FORMER SOVIET Union but outside Russia are in a politically sensitive position. In […]

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