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Throughout its history the Russian Far East has had many faces. It was a springboard to the Pacific for the Tsarist empire, a global hub to-be, a magnet for migrants and a sealed-off, militarized borderland. Read more →

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The Interview by N.N. Goryachev, Junior Research Fellow of the Laboratory of Situation Analysis to the Vladnews Agency: https://vladnews.ru/2019-09-24/159370/primorskiy_uchnyy

On September 17-18, 2019, the All-Russian Scientific Conference “Border Conflicts and Cross-Border Cooperation in Historical Retrospective. 17th – 20th Centuries. (The 9th Krushanov Readings)” was held at the Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East, FEB RAS. Read more →

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