Corpus ID: 42157791

Russian conservatism in the Putin presidency : The dispersion of a hegemonic discourse

@inproceedings{Schiler2004RussianCI,
  title={Russian conservatism in the Putin presidency : The dispersion of a hegemonic discourse},
  author={Carsten Schi{\o}ler},
  year={2004}
}
................................................................................................................................................... 2 Russian Conservatism in the Putin Precidency: The Dispersion of a Hegemonic Discourse .... 3 ‘That Other Thought’: Liberal Conservatism in the Putin Presidency.......................................... 7 Times of Troubles, Then and Now: Left Conservatism and the Return of the Political......... 29 Russian Conservatism and the 1990s: The Effacement… Expand
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