The Anti-Imperialist Empire: Soviet Nationality Policies under Brezhnev

@inproceedings{Roberts2015TheAE,
  title={The Anti-Imperialist Empire: Soviet Nationality Policies under Brezhnev},
  author={Jason Roberts},
  year={2015}
}
The Anti-Imperialist Empire: Soviet Nationality Policies under Brezhnev 
Recibido : 12 de marzo de 2018 Aceptado : 9 de mayo de 2018
Children constituted a key element of the Soviet empire-building project, reconfiguring childhoods and refashioning the colonial space itself. Children of different ethnicities across the territories

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