The Institute of Modern Russia continues its series of articles by Alexander Yanov on the history of Russian nationalism. The current essay is published in two parts. In the first part, the author argues that Czar Nicholas I brought Russia to the outbreak of the fatal Crimean War of 1853–56. Part two explains why this war is portrayed as a “conspiracy against Russia” in Russian history textbooks.
Putin and the Oligarch to Be Presented in Washington, DC
Mikhail Khodorkovsky on travel restrictions to Ukraine
IMR Recommends “The Crisis in Ukraine: Its Legal Dimensions”
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