A valuation approach to the Russian liberal establishment consolidation

  title={A valuation approach to the Russian liberal establishment consolidation},
  author={Vladimir Vladimirovich Kolmakov and Alexandra Polyakova and Sergei Polyakov},
The article studies contemporary Russian liberal establishment from the point of view of the main actors’ propensity to consolidate. The authors identify distinguishing features of liberalism in Russia that determine the possible trends of cohesive interactions between the key actors and conclude that the main driver of consolidation is the protest and opposition to the current regime which is supported by the majority of population who tend to stigmatize the liberal activists due to that… Expand

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