Nationhood and the national question in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Eurasia: An institutionalist account

@article{Brubaker1994NationhoodAT,
  title={Nationhood and the national question in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Eurasia: An institutionalist account},
  author={Rogers Brubaker},
  journal={Theory and Society},
  year={1994},
  volume={23},
  pages={47-78}
}
ConclusionThe Soviet nationality regime, with its distinctive and pervasive manner of institutionalizing nationhood and nationality, has transmitted to the successor states a set of deeply structured, and powerfully conflicting,expectations of belonging. Successor state elites, with their deeply institutionalized sense of political ownership and entitlement, see the polities that bear the names of their nation — above all the territory and institutions, but also, with some ambivalence, the… CONTINUE READING

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