The Unknown Father of Russian Contemporary Grand Strategy. Part 1

Vadim Tsymburski is not a widely known thinker in Poland or elsewhere. Actually, apart from two works, which only discuss the early period of his journalistic activity during which he formulated the “Island Russia” concept, there is no deeper analysis of his views.

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Author Marek Budzisz
Historian, journalist specializing in Russian and Post-Soviet East. Recently he published (in Polish) "The End of the Russian America. The Thoughts on why Russia Sold Alaska”.
Date 23/04/2020
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