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

  title={Russian conservatism in the Putin presidency : The dispersion of a hegemonic discourse},
  author={Carsten Schi{\o}ler},
................................................................................................................................................... 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… 

Contemporary Russian Messianism and New Russian Foreign Policy

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Populism and political development in hybrid regimes: Russia and the development of official populism

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Normative Contention: European Union and Russian Federation - The Case of the Northern Dimension

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The Economic Roots of the Cold War: The IMF, ITO and Other Economic Issues in Post-War Soviet-American Relations

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Surkovian Narrative on the Future of Russia: Making Russia a World Leader

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‘Propaganda Fights’ and ‘Disinformation Campaigns’: the discourse on information warfare in Russia-West relations

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A Russian version of reactionary modernism: Aleksandr Prokhanov’s ‘spiritualization of technology’

  • J. Faure
  • Art
    Journal of Political Ideologies
  • 2021
ABSTRACT In the 1970s, the Soviet journalist and writer Aleksandr Prokhanov (born 1938) sought to initiate a new literary aesthetic based on a syncretic vision of technology and spirituality. While

The scent of a former life: The Czech adaptation of the Strugatskiis’ story The Kid

Arkadii and Boris Strugatskii’s story Malysh (The Kid; 1971) is often analysed as the text in which the authors first turn from adventure sf to social sf, which focuses on problems of alienation and

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Sovereign Democracy, Populism and Depoliticization in Russia: Explaining Regime Stability During the Putin Presidencies

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Ten Theses on Politics

1. To identify politics with the exercise of, and struggle to possess, power is to do away with politics. But we also reduce the scope of politics as a mode of thinking if we conceive of it merely as

Putin's Russia: slowing the pendulum without stopping the clock

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