After the collapse of the Soviet Union, over 25 million Russian speakers ended up living outside their homeland. Some remained in the non-Russian former Soviet republics which became independent states, whilst others migrated. This book explores multiple issues connected to the Russian speaker’s identity as a member of a linguistic minority in the new world configuration. This topic has received little scholarly attention but it is topical not only for Russia but also for the policy makers and societies of the destination nations.
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