The Dissolution of the Buryat Autonomous Okrugs in Siberia: Notes from the Field

in Inner Asia
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Abstract

This field report comprises observations on the political processes through which the two Buryat autonomous okrugs in Siberia were dissolved into (or, in local political rhetoric, 'unified' with) the larger territories surrounding them in 2008. The two sections discuss the dissolution decisions as observed by the authors in the course of fieldwork, in Pribaikal'e (Cisbaikal) by Joseph Long and in Zabaikal'e (Transbaikal) by Kathryn Graber. Some joint reflections on these events are given at the end.

The Dissolution of the Buryat Autonomous Okrugs in Siberia: Notes from the Field

in Inner Asia

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