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La Russie et ses frontières, vingt ans après l'éclatement de l'empire soviétique

Abstract : Russia and its Borders, Twenty Years After the Fall of the Soviet Empire - The fall of the USSR, in December 1991, is inscribed in the political upheaval that characterized November 1989. The collapse of the “Wall of shame”, which opened the path towards the reconciliation of Europe, is at the source of a shock wave that provoked the end of “popular democracies” and of the domination of the USSR on these states; it was a tremendous factor of acceleration in the evolution of the Soviet Union. The commemoration of this event invites us to reconsider an immediate past, full of events that succeeded each other so rapidly that they have not always been easy to understand nor either even to identify. It also encourages a re-examination of the paradigms and parameters that enable an understanding of the issues involved. The goal of this study is to contribute to the discussion by leaning on post Soviet Russia’s relationship with the outside world through the question of borders.
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Anne de Tinguy. La Russie et ses frontières, vingt ans après l'éclatement de l'empire soviétique. Anne De Tinguy. Les Dossiers du CERI, Centre de recherches internationales, 2009. ⟨hal-03460020⟩



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