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Russia’s Ethnic Minority Casualties of the 2022 Invasion of Ukraine

A Data Story from the Free Buryatia Foundation

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Mariya Vyushkova Research Director, Free Buryatia Foundation Alexandria, VA USA
Research Scientist, Center for Research Computing, University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN USA

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Evgeny Sherkhonov Analyst, Free Buryatia Foundation Alexandria, VA USA

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Abstract

The Free Buryatia Foundation is Russia’s first ethnic anti-war advocacy group founded in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. One of the major parts of our work is analysis of open-source data on the participation of Russia’s ethnic minorites (including Buryats) in the war in Ukraine. In this paper, we discuss ethnic disproportions in the confirmed Russian-side casualties of the war in Ukraine where such ethnicities as Buryats, Kazakhs, and Tuvans are clearly over-represented.

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