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The Soviet Multinational State

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The Soviet Union is a multinational state, with about half of the country's population being ethnically Russian. The advent of glasnost, and moves toward democratization and decentralization has unleashed the expression of national sentiments and interests in the USSR. This collection of Soviet materials surveys the many ramifications of the "nationality question" in the USSR in the 1980s. The topics covered include ideology, state organization, party recruitment, inter-republican economic relations, demographic factors, education, bilingualism, cultural institutions, religious traditions, military service, and disputes over republican prerogatives (in the Baltic) and over territory (the case of Nagorno-Karabakh). Each topical section includes a detailed introduction by the editor. This anthology provides coverage of the past decade, up to and including the current unrest and the impact of the Gorbachev reforms.
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MARTHA B.OLCOTT, professor of political science at Colgate University, is a specialist on Soviet nationalities policy. She is the author of The Kazakhs as well as numerous articles on Soviet politics., ANTHONY OLCOTT is assistant professor of Russian at Colgate University, and LUBOMYR HAJDA is affiliated with the Russian Research Center.


"Preface, 1. Official Soviet Policy and the ""National Problem"" The Constitution of the USSR, Sixty Years of the USSR, Political Report of the CPSU Central Committee to the Twenty-seventh Party Congress, Report of the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU at the Nineteenth All Union Conference of the CPSU, The Program of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Resolution of the Nineteenth All-Union Conference of the CPSU ""On Inter-nationality Relations"" 2. Soviet Scholars and the Study of the ""National Problem"", The Constitutional Basis of Soviet National Statehood, Ethnic Processes in the USSR, Improving National Relations in the USSR, The National Problem and Social Science, 3. Party Politics in the National Regions, In Friendship Lies Our Strength, With a Sound Grasp of the Situation, Speech to the Twenty-seventh Congress of the CPSU, The Constructive Power of Brotherhood, 4. Economic Development and the National Regions, Economic Relations among the Republics, The Basic Guidelines for Economic and Social Development, The Siberian River Diversion Debate, The ""Project of the Century"" from Several Viewpoints, The ""Project of the Century"" Does Not Brook Dilettantism, The Desert-A Strategy for Development, An Editorial: Does Central Asia Need Siberian Water?, Labor Recruitment, A Shortage ... Despite the Availability?, The Baku Floors of Kogalym, The Uzbek SSR State Committee on Labor Is Carrying Out an Organized Resettiement of Families, Amur Oblast Awaits You, Announcement, 5. Ethnodemographic Trends, Processes of Ethnic Change and Population Dynamics among the Peoples of the USSR, The Role of Education and Cultural Perspective in Interpersonal Relations among Nationalities, National Self-awareness, The Interregional Mixing and National Composition of Labor Resources, More Democracy, 6. Language Training and Nationality Relations, Bilingualism, The General and the Particular in the Development of the Linguistic Life of Soviet Society, Factors and Tendencies of the Development of Bilingualism among the Russian Population Living in the Union Republics, To Master Languages More Deeply, How May the Thrkmen Language Be Studied?, 7. Literature and National Culture, The Soviet Multinational Cinema, We Have Come to Act Olzhas Suleimenov, Discussing Aitmatov's Novel A Blizzard Waystation (The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years), The Price of Enlightenment from Moscow to Cholpon-Ata, From the 1987 Plenum of the USSR Union of Writers, From the 1988 Plenum of the USSR Union of Writers, 8. Religion and National Culture, The Radio Mouthpiece of the Uniate Clergy, Culture and Religion, Sheikh Yusuf Hamadani, Islam and Politics, Resonance, Preliminary Results of a Thousand-year Experiment, 9. Patriotism and National Exclusivity, Soviet Patriotism, Service in Afghanistan, Portrait Gallery of Internationalist Soldiers, When a Son Returns Home, The Young Reservists' Club, In the Central Committee of the CPSU, In the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Ukraine, Roots, The Crimean Tatars, There Are No Waves Without Foam, The Report of the State Commission, 10A. Nationality Relations in Conflict: The Baltic Republics, The Youth Problem in the Lithuanian Emigration, The Summer 1987 Protests, To an Alien Script, Why the Noise?, The Opinions of Young Rigans, Unsuccessful Provocation, Who Are They?, Position without ""Opposition"", Resolution of the Plenum of the Latvian Union of Writers, Order of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic, 10B. Nationality Relations in Conflict: Nagorno-Karabakh, Current Problems in Nationality Relations, M. S. Gorbachev's Appeal to the Workers and the Peoples of Azerbaidzhan and Armenia, On Measures to Accelerate Socioeconomic Development of the Nagorno-Karabakh AO of the Azerbaidzhan SSR in 1988-1995, Th