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Nse of self and the signposts of a new debate about Russian identity In Russia on the Edge Edith W Clowes argues that refurbished geographical metaphors and imagined geographies provide a useful perspective for examining post Soviet debates about what it means to be Russian todayClowes lays out several sides of the debate She takes as a backdrop the strong criticism of Soviet Moscow and its self image as uncontested global hub by major contemporary writers among them Tatyana Tolstaya and Viktor Pelevin The most vocal visible and colorful rightist ideologue Aleksandr Dugin the founder of neo Eurasianism has articulated positions contested by such writers and thinkers as Mikhail Ryklin Liudmila U.

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