The Rearrangement of the Post-Soviet Space and the Representation of Russia as Eurasian Bridge
Ashgate

Utrikespolitiska institutets forskare Katri Pynnöniemi har publicerat artikeln ‘The Rearrangement of the Post-Soviet Space and the Representation of Russia as Eurasian Bridge’ i boken ‘Empire De/Centered: New Spatial Histories of Russia and the Soviet Union’, som Sanna Turoma och Maxim Waldstein redigerat, Ashgate Publishers 2013.

 

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In 1987 the Soviet empire collapsed, at a stroke throwing the certainties of the Cold War world into flux. Yet despite the dramatic

end of this ‘last empire’ and political commentators consigning the idea of empire to the dustbin of history, new forces filling the

vacuum left by the end of the Soviet Union repeatedly draw upon the language and concepts of imperialism.

Bringing together a multidisciplinary and international group of authors to study Soviet society and culture through the categories

empire and space, this collection demonstrates the enduring legacy of empire with regard to Russia, whose history has been marked by

a particularly close and ambiguous relationship between nation and empire building, and between national and imperial identities.

 

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