Russian ‘Liberal’ Opposition: The Divide Be-Tween ‘Radicals’ and ‘Moderates’?

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The paper reflects on the divide emerged amidst the liberal opposition in Russia between the left liberals and the right liberals. The divide is not just about split-up between the radicals and the moderates. It re-flects the crisis of liberal ideas as formed in the 1990s, when the tran-sition to economy based on private property was seen as necessary and sufficient condition for dismantling the command economy and the one-party state. The ultimate issue at hand is the notion of the rule of law and a possibility of wider social consensus on the minimal rule of law threshold.

Russian ‘Liberal’ Opposition: The Divide Be-Tween ‘Radicals’ and ‘Moderates’?

in Transcultural Studies

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