23 June 1995 AROUND 100 POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS of the ethnocratic or imperialist persuasion exist in Russia, usually calling themselves “national-patriots.” The majority of these organizations can be characterized as “right-radical,” although some insist on their own left-wing identities – for example, Eduard Limonov’s National-Bolshevik Party or Stanislav Terekhov’s Great Power Party. Evidently, it would be […]

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