Offers a panoramic viewpoint on Russia, exploring the complex, changing interaction between rulers and ruled from Nicholas II, Lenin and Stalin through to Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Putin and beyond. This book discusses economic and social difficulties, and Russia's determination to restore its major role on the world stage.
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A remarkable work ... [it] demands to be read (Adam Zamoyski Spectator)About the Author:
Robert Service is professor of Russian History at Oxford University, a fellow of St Antony's College and an associate fellow of the Hoover Institution. His other books include biographies of Lenin, Stalin and Trotsky, a textbook on the Russian Revolution and Russia: Experiment with a People, from 1991 to the Present as well as Comrades. Communism: A World History. He writes and broadcasts for the media and is a fellow of the British Academy.
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