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Lukashenka i ‘chyrvona-karychnevyia’ : dzierzhaunaia idealohiia, ushanavanne minulaha i palitychnaia prynalezhnasts’

Rudling, Per Anders LU (2010) In Palitychnaia Sfera/Spheres of Politics 14. p.90-113
Abstract
Collapse of the Communist system caused similar tendencies in sociopolitical development of the most former Warsaw Pact’s countries, and in particular led to an increase in ethnic nationalism. Mongolia is not an exception among them. Historically, ethnic nationalism was a means of decolonization in Asian countries. Then, in 1990s, it was used for de-Sovietization. In Mongolia, this trend began to lose its actuality only by early 2000s. By that time many nationalizing post-Soviet countries had completely turned into national states. New identity, loyalty and system of political myths were formed. The research is dedicated to studying these phenomena in the Mongolian politics. Keywords: Internationalism, Nation Project, Colonialism,... (More)
Collapse of the Communist system caused similar tendencies in sociopolitical development of the most former Warsaw Pact’s countries, and in particular led to an increase in ethnic nationalism. Mongolia is not an exception among them. Historically, ethnic nationalism was a means of decolonization in Asian countries. Then, in 1990s, it was used for de-Sovietization. In Mongolia, this trend began to lose its actuality only by early 2000s. By that time many nationalizing post-Soviet countries had completely turned into national states. New identity, loyalty and system of political myths were formed. The research is dedicated to studying these phenomena in the Mongolian politics. Keywords: Internationalism, Nation Project, Colonialism, Post-Soviet Transformation. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Collapse of the Communist system caused similar tendencies in sociopolitical development of the most former Warsaw Pact’s countries, and in particular led to an increase in ethnic nationalism. Mongolia is not an exception among them. Historically, ethnic nationalism was a means of decolonization in Asian countries. Then, in 1990s, it was used for de-Sovietization. In Mongolia, this trend began to lose its actuality only by early 2000s. By that time many nationalizing post-Soviet countries had completely turned into national states. New identity, loyalty and system of political myths were formed. The research is dedicated to studying these phenomena in the Mongolian politics. Keywords: Internationalism, Nation Project, Colonialism, Post-Soviet Transformation.},
  author       = {Rudling, Per Anders},
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  language     = {mis},
  pages        = {90--113},
  publisher    = {The European Humanities University, Vilnius, Lithuania},
  series       = {Palitychnaia Sfera/Spheres of Politics},
  title        = {Lukashenka i ‘chyrvona-karychnevyia’ : dzierzhaunaia idealohiia, ushanavanne minulaha i palitychnaia prynalezhnasts’},
  volume       = {14},
  year         = {2010},
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