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Regimes of Engagement and Protest in Russia: A Reply to Arnold, Sidorkina, and Shevchenko

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 April 2020

Mischa Gabowitsch*
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Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany
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*Corresponding author. Email: mischa.gabowitsch@einsteinforum.de

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