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Neo-Sovietism

Neo-Sovietism is a broad term of reference relating both to existing policy decisions in the former Soviet Union and to a small political movement dedicated to reviving the Soviet Union in the modern world.[1][2] Some commentators claim that current Russian President Vladimir Putin holds many neo-Soviet views, especially concerning law and order and military strategic defence.[3]

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References

  1. ^ John Heathershaw (7 May 2009). Post-Conflict Tajikistan: The Politics of Peacebuilding and the Emergence of Legitimate Order. Routledge. pp. 63–64.  
  2. ^ Lilia Shevtsova (2007). Russia--lost in Transition: The Yeltsin and Putin Legacies. Carnegie Endowment. p. 200.  
  3. ^ Slade, G Deconstructing the Millennium Manifesto: The Yeltsin-Putin Transition and the Rebirth of Ideology The School of Russian and Asian Studies, 2005
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