№ 3, 2001
The Polish researcher concentrates on the Soviet modernization initiated in the 80-th by the country’s leadership and its consequences. However, the author goes far beyond these chronological frames in order to solve the tasks, which have been set, and compares the current processes with the fundamental problems in the Russian Federation. The article touches upon the issues of privatization and the peculiarities of the capital formation in modem Russia. The author pays a special attention to regionalism. He believes that it became the main sphere of the implementation of the policy and ideology in the post-soviet period.
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