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M. Potapov and S. Stebaeva

. USA, Japan, USSR (Sakhalin). - PAO not subdivided, rarely with I or 2 weak listels (Fig. 13 right) .......................... 2 2. Eyes absent. Abd.IV with 3 + 3 lanceolate sen- silla in p-row .................. stebajevae Rusek USSR: Altai, Kuznetsk Alatau, West Sayan, South Ural, East Kazakhstan

Daniel R. Kempton

, Hahn analyzes developments in Primor- skii Krai, Khabarovsk Krai, and Sakhalin Oblast'. He concludes that all three regions have created a form o f delegative democracy, but warns that under these conditions the continuation o f democracy rests heavily on the intentions o f the electoral winners, and

Paul W. Werth

instances social theory pro- foundly conditioned field observation and thus generated its own empirical "proof." " Bruce Grant relates h o w populist ethnographer Lev Shternberg, influenced by his reading o f Engels on "primitive communism," cast the Giliaks o f Sakhalin as "quin- tessential savages" (p

PaulW. Werth

empirical "proof." " Bruce Grant relates h o w populist ethnographer Lev Shternberg, influenced by his reading o f Engels on "primitive communism," cast the Giliaks o f Sakhalin as "quin- tessential savages" (p. 299) and thus rendered them ripe for appropriation in tum by Engels as evidence for his

William B. Simons

zone; this is subject to ap- proval by the relevant parliament. 1 Press reports in the West have focused attention on the activities of the Russian Republic. The cities of Leningrad and Vyborg (near the border with Finland), Chita, Sakhalin, and Kaliningrad regions, and . the Primorsk territory

Victor L. Mote

tin-mining activities based on new and old discoveries are expected to increase. In the future, new and enhanced manufacturing dependent on Western Siberian and Sakhalin petroleum along with Viliui natural gas is anticipated to develop. The processing of these resources will yield fertilizer, urea, 3

Leonard Stone

East be col- lapsed, redrawn and located within a GE, a GE that in part stretches from Portugal to Sakhalin and Spitzbergen to Singapore. A further problematic concerns theoretical trajectories. Th ere is a range of departure points that off er a theoretical strategy based around core cen- tres of

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Takeshi Kimura

legal status is Japanese, since the Japanese government does not recognise the sovereignty of the Ainu ‘nation’ but recognized the Ainu as being an indigenous people in 2008. Before the end of World War ii ( wwii ), the Ainu lived not only in Hokkaido, but also in Sakhalin and the Kuril

Martin C. Spechler

perhaps for timber and off- shore oil near Sakhalin. Another article by Matthew J. Sagers and Albina Tretyakova likewise displays real expertise on energy issues. The authors point out that produc- tion of gasoline by the Russians would require them to replace mazut for heating and to invest substantial

Paul W. Werth

Shtern- berg, influenced by his reading of Engels on "primitive communism," cast the Giliaks of Sakhalin a s "quintessential savages" (p. 299) and t h u s rendered them ripe for appropriation in turn by Engels a s evidence for his evolutionist theory of family, property, a n d state. In other instances