Geoffrey Hosking

United Kingdom

Emeritus Professor of Russian History, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London.

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Russia and the Napoleonic War
06.09.2012
The Napoleonic War profoundly changed the way Russians regarded their own country. Victory over Napoleon, not only in Russia itself, but all the way to Paris, strengthened Russia's sense of its

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Slavophiles and Westernizers in Russia
21.03.2012
Many Russians, including some in the government, possibly even President Medvedev himself, would like to see Russia become a more Western country. The neo-Slavophiles do have quite a lot in common

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Russia and the Russians. By Geoffrey Hosking
19.10.2011
The book was published in 2011 by the Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. It is the second edition of Geoffrey Hosking’s “Russia and the Russians,” first released in 2001. In the revised

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A Visa-Free Regime as the First Step to Union With Europe
07.06.2011
The principal obstacle to a non-visa regime is that in Europe trust in Russia is at a low level, and what worries European nations is that criminals will come from Russia, or drug traders, or even

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