Contemporary Russian liberalism

Chebankova, Elena (2014) Contemporary Russian liberalism. Post-Soviet Affairs, 30 (5). pp. 341-369. ISSN 1060-586X

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Abstract

This article analyzes contemporary Russian liberalism through the prism of
competing trends of moderate pluralist and monistic radical thought. The
author focuses particularly on the pluralist trend, less well known in the West,
arguing that its prospects are more promising over the long term. Ideological
and tactical differences within the liberal camp in Russia are compared with
those in the West, both for the purpose of emphasizing that such differences
are not unique to Russia and to show the connections between Russian and
Western strands of liberal political thought.

Keywords:liberalism, value pluralism, Russia, liberal universalism, JCOpen
Subjects:L Social studies > L211 Liberalism
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
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Deposited On:12 Mar 2014 16:19

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