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RUSSIAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY
	Fourth Edition
List of figures
List of tables
Preface to the fourth edition
Acknowledgements
Note on style, spelling and transliteration
	PART I THE FALL OF COMMUNISM AND THE REBIRTH OF RUSSIA
1.	Soviet communism and its dissolution	1
	The Soviet system
	Perestroika
	The emergence of Russia
	Popular insurgency and regime decay
	
2.	The disintegration of the USSR	30
	The August coup
	The disintegration of the USSR
	Problems of state building
	
3.	Phoney democracy, 1991-1993									 51
	Phoney democracy ¿ the road to October 1993
		Genesis of a tragedy
	The troubled path to the constitution
PART II POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES
4. Constitutionalism and the law	81
	The 1993 constitution
	The Constitutional Court
	The legal system and its reform
	Law and constitutionalism
5. Crime, corruption and security									112
	Crime and the mafia
	Corruption, meta-corruption and anti-corruption
	The security apparatus and politics
	Human and civil rights
	
6. The executive	148
	The presidency
	The government
	Prime ministers and their policies
	Public administration: from nomenklatura to civil service?
7. Party development	181
	Stages of party development
	Normative framework of party development
	The party system today
	Problems of social representation
8. Electoral politics	228
	Founding elections and electoral management	
	The electoral system and its reform
	The experience of elections
	Direct democracy: referendums
	Electoral engagement
9. The legislature	261
	The State Duma
	The Federation Council
	Parliamentarianism and Russian politics
	PART III NATIONALISM, FEDERALISM AND REGIONALISM
10. National identity and state building	283
	From empire to state
	Russian nationalism and national identity
	State building: borders and citizenship
11. Federalism and the new state	324
	Ethno-federalism and its legacy
	Russian federalism
	
12. Segmented regionalism and the new federalism	350
	Segmented regionalism
	Putin¿s ¿new federalism¿
Segmented regionalism and asymmetrical federalism
	PART IV ECONOMY AND SOCIETY
13. Russian capitalism	394
	The road to the market
	The Russian economy today
	Evaluation of market reform
	
14. Society and social movements	435
	Social structure and dynamics 
	Welfare and incomes
	Social movements
	Para-constitutionalism and non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
	
15. Cultural transformation	479
	The media
	Culture and the intelligentsia
	Religion and the state
	Political culture and public opinion
	Crisis of values
		PART V FOREIGN, SECURITY AND NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY
16. Foreign policy	504
	The development of Russian foreign policy
	The structure of policy-making
	The debate over foreign policy
	Russia and the world
	
17. Defence and security policy									548
	The end of the Soviet armed forces
	The great retreat
	Military and security doctrines
	Nuclear politics and non-proliferation
	Military reform
	Civil-military relations
	New security paradigms
	
18. Commonwealth, community and fragmentation	590
	The Commonwealth of Independent States
	Regional organisations
	Minorities and Russians abroad
	
	PART VI DILEMMAS OF DEMOCRATISATION
19. Problems of transition										615
	The challenge of history
	Transitional justice
	Models of transition
	
20. Democracy in Russia										650
	Problems of democracy
	Regime politics
	Leadership and regime change
	A struggling democracy?
Appendix 	The Russian constitution								670
Select bibliography											709
Index 
FIGURES
 1.1	The USSR in 1991
 2.1 	The Russian Federation
11.1	Russia and its republics
11.2	The regions and republics of European Russia
12.1	Siberia and the Russian Far East
12.2	The seven federal districts
12.3	The North Caucasus
17.1	Central and Eastern Europe
18.1	Member states of the CIS
18.2	Central Asia
18.3	South Caucasus
18.4	Ukraine
 
TABLES
1.1	Election to the USSR Congress of People¿s Deputies, 26 March 1989
1.2	Referendum on ¿renewed union¿ and a presidency in Russia, 17 March 1991
1.3 	First Russian presidential election, 12 June 1991
2.1	Population of the USSR, 1989
3.1	Referendum, 25 April 1993
4.1	Referendum on the constitution, 12 December 1993
6.1	Russia¿s prime ministers
7.1	Vote distribution between major parties (PRvote)
7.2	Secular trends in party list voting 
8.1	The ¿against all¿ vote, 1991-2004
8.2	State Duma election, 12 December 1993
8.3	State Duma election, 17 December 1995
8.4	Presidential election, June - July 1996
8.5	State Duma election, 19 December 1999
8.6	Presidential election, 26 March 2000
8.7	Duma election, 7 December 2003
8.8	Presidential election, 14 March 2004
8.9	Electoral turnout
8.10	Political preferences in federal elections, 1991-2004
9.1	Membership of the State Duma
9.2	Gender balance in the State Duma
10.1	National composition of Russian Federation, 1989 and 2002
10.2	The republics of Russia
11.1	Autonomous oblasts and okrugs
13.1 	Russian economic performance since 1990
14.1 	Resident population of USSR and Russia (urban/rural)
14.2	Births, deaths and natural movement of Russian population
14.3	Life expectancy at birth
14.4	Employment structure in 1989
14.5	Economically active population, unemployment and employment type
14.6	Refugees and forced resettlers
14.7	International migration
17.1	Territory and population of former Soviet republics, 1 January 1990
17.2	Nationalities in the republics, 1989 (per cent)
17.3	Ethnic Russians and Russian-speakers in Soviet Republics outside Russia, 1989
18.1	The CIS in 2007
20.1	Five arenas of consolidated democracy
20.2	Schematic overview of regime politics

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 1991-.
Post-communism -- Russia (Federation).
Former Soviet republics -- Politics and government.
Post-communism -- Former Soviet republics.