Traditions of Centralism and Tendencies of Regionalism

  • Vladimir A. Lamin
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSPS, volume 5)

Abstract

Perhaps, in no other countries than in Russia, the central state defends its power and sustains its prerogatives so jealously. No other country determine social and trade development of the provinces in such a centralised way as Russia. In no other country than Russia, the regional elite demonstrates such a humiliation of servility, of uncomplaining readiness to execute any imperial will and directive of the capital centre.

Keywords

Central Power Regional Leader Regional Economical Development Russian Society Trade Development 
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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1996

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  • Vladimir A. Lamin

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