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Title: IDENTITY IN FORMATION: THE RUSSIAN-SPEAKING NATIONALITY IN ESTONIA AND BASHKORTOSTAN
 
Author: David D. Laitin, University of Chicago
 
Description: In the days of the Soviet Union, people who were Russian nationals by passport or Russian-speaking settled throughout the USSR, including Estonia and into Bashkortostan in Central Asia, an ethnically distinctive republic within what is now the Russian Federation. The collapse of the Soviet Union has turned people of Russian nationality living outside the historic heartland of Russia into "diasporas". This paper compares the responses of Russians in these two territories, drawing upon data from the author's 1993 surveys of 1,416 in Estonia and 3,021 respondents in Bashkortostan.

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