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After Crimea, a Changing Landscape in Russian Anti-Extremism Policy

In the years following Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the state’s turn towards nationalist ideology, based on traditional values, has shaped the formation and enforcement of anti-extremism policies. The move away from state secularism has led to the introduction of explicitly ideological articles into the criminal code. The enforcement of anti-extremism laws over radical groups has also changed greatly. Dr.


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