by Anna Paretska IN ADDITION TO THE 21 ETHNIC REPUBLICS within the Russian Federation, there are several dozen independent native groups without their own states. Northern European Russia is home to several, and there are 10 in the North Caucasus republics. But the largest number of indigenous peoples – 25 separate groups – is found […]

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