Monday, November 5, 2018

Russian Politics From Lenin To Putin

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1 T.H. Rigby on Soviet and Post-Soviet Russian Politics
2 Institutionalization and Personalism in the Policy-making
Process of the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia
3 The Boss and His Team: Stalin and the Inner Circle,1925-33
4 Building the Communist Future: Legitimation and the
Soviet City
5 Legitimation and Legitimacy in Russia Revisited
6 Perestroika as Revolution from Above
7 How Much Did Popular Disaffection Contribute to the
Collapse of the USSR?
8 Pantouflage à la russe: The Recruitment of Russian Political
and Business Elites
9 Conclusion
Author Details
Stephen Fortescue was T.H. Rigby’s graduate student, jointly with R.F. Miller, in the Department of Politics, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, from 1973–76. After a period in the private sector, he returned in 1981 to the ANU to carry out postdoctoral research. After another research position in the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Birmingham, he took up a teaching position in the School of Political Science at the University of New South Wales in 1987. He is now Associate Professor in Politics at UNSW. He has published on Soviet science policy, Soviet and post-Soviet industrial administration, and the Russian mining and metals sector. His most recent monograph is Russia’s Oil Barons and Metal Magnates (2006).

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