ETHNIC MINORITY ELITES IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTIRES: THE CASE OF ESTONIA


https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2012-3-3(9)-126-148

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Аннотация

The aim of the article is to study the unity versus fragmentation patterns of minority elites and its influence on democratic processes. More generally, the article makes an attempt to analyse the reasons why the “voice“ of the noncore elite is not heard within Estonian polity.


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J. Ruus
University of Tartu
Эстония

Ph.D., senior research fellow



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Для цитирования: Ruus J. ETHNIC MINORITY ELITES IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTIRES: THE CASE OF ESTONIA. Сравнительная политика. 2012;3(3(9)):126-148. https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2012-3-3(9)-126-148

For citation: Ruus J. ETHNIC MINORITY ELITES IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTIRES: THE CASE OF ESTONIA. Comparative Politics Russia. 2012;3(3(9)):126-148. https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2012-3-3(9)-126-148

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