From Submission to Rebellion: The Provinces Versus the Center in Russia

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INDEX
Abakan, 198
Abdulatipov, Ramazan, 140
Administrative territorial division, 2, 5, 41-42, 50, 57, 61, 94, 99, 101, 110-115, 117-119, 121-122, 124, 136, 141, 156, 171, 184, 190, 197, 205-206
Adygeia, 94, 121, 150, 164, 205
Adzhubei, Alexei, 67
Afanasyev, Yurii, 85
Afganistan, 220
Agrarian Party, 134, 146-147, 210
Aiatskov, Dmitrii, 210
Akaiev, Askar, 9
Alaska, 183
Alexander Central, 49
Alexander I, the Russian tsar, 44, 46
Alexander II, the Russian tsar, 47-49
Alexander III, the Russian tsar, 49
Alexandria, 17
Alexeiev, Sergei, 103, 109
Alfred the Great, 37
Alliance of Northern Cities, 197
Alliance of Russian Cities, 197
All-Russian Center of Public Opinion Studies (VTSIOM), 3, 90, 143, 159, 190-192
All-Union Treaty (Novo ogarevo protsess), 91, 94
Alma-Ata, 81, 91
Alpatyevsk, 54
Altai, 96-97, 145-146, 148, 168-169, 171, 192, 205
Amur Region, 46, 116, 169
Anarchy, 54, 114, 204
Andreeva, Elena, 208
Andropov, Yurii, 75
Anpilov, Viktor, 145
Anti-Communist revolution of 1991, 8, 76, 83, 88, 92-93, 98, 144, 146, 159
Arctic Ocean, 163, 166, 182
Argumenty i Fakty, 3
Arkhangelsk, 41, 47, 51, 62, 109, 118, 163, 166, 173, 176, 182, 187
Armand, Inessa, 56
Armenia, 113, 162, 185, 212
Army, the, 13, 40, 206-207
military organization, 38
of Russia, 40
Aron, Raymond, 20
Asia, 182, 217, 220
Asian part of the Russian Federation, 181, 190, 217
Asian people, 33
Associations
for the Advancement of the Development of the Ural Region, 215
in Eastern Territories, 197
of Economic Interaction of Ural Regions, 111
of Governors, 99, 195
of the Great Volga, 197
interregional alliances and associations, 108, 197-199
in post-Communist Russia, 197-199
in Regions and Republics of Ural, 197
in Regions of Central Russia, 197
in Territories and Districts of the North Caucasus, 197
in the Territories, 199
Astrakhan, 29, 35, 41, 47, 83, 148
Athens, 17
Aushev, Ruslan, 116, 151
Australia, 220
Austria-Hungary Empire, the, 23, 161
Authorities and administration, 9, 20, 38, 57, 59, 61, 67, 75, 86, 100, 105, 106, 111,

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