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  • Russia
    The role of the Duma in Russian history has been marginal at the best of times, with a brief exception during the early years of post-Communist democratic rule during the 1990s. While early forms...

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    Nicholas II was not able to implement political reforms in Russia for the simple reason that he fundamentally opposed any such reforms. Nicholas II was a pure autocrat, entirely entranced with his...

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  • History
    Peter's attempts to Westernize Russia were successful in general because his efforts were aimed at modernizing the country. Much of this inspiration came from Peter's journeys through Europe and...

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    Both Alexander II and Nicholas II along with Peter the Great and Catherine the great are the most well known Tsarist rulers of Russia. However Alexander II and Nicholas II made completely different...

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    To the extent there was a marked increase in opposition to the czarist regime governing Russia between 1881 and 1904, it was largely a product of the transition from the rule of Alexander III to...

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    Russia is one of the largest countries in the world in terms of its population. It has a huge land area and therefore has room for many people. The population of Russia, as estimated in July of...

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  • History
    Whether the Russian Revolution -- and there was actually a series of revolts and revolutions from 1825 through 1917 -- was "necessary" is entirely a matter of perspective. If you were a member of...

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    Perhaps the main point to know about the physical geography of Russia is that it is an enormous country. If you count the islands in the Arctic, Russia is about 4500 kilometers (2800 miles) from...

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    Russia’s historical geography has been complex. However, the general idea of Russian historical geography is that Russia has long been the center of a major empire. Even today, when the Soviet...

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    Perhaps the most relevant aspect of Russia’s economic geography is the fact that much of Russia’s land area is not economically useful. Most of the country is essentially uninhabited. The...

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  • Russia
    In brief, the political geography of Russia is, as could be expected of a vast state formed over centuries and through myriad battles and wars, a product of its imperial history. From its 9th...

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