Yuri Felshtinsky Russian-American historian, lives in the United States. He was born in 1956 in Moscow. In 1974 he joined the history department of Moscow Pedagogical Institute. In 1978 he emigrated to the United States, continued to study first in the history of Brandeis University and then Ratgersskom, where he received a PhD in History (Ph.D.). In 1993 he defended his doctoral thesis at the Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences, was the first foreign citizen, who in Russia was awarded the degree of Doctor. Editor-compiler and commentator several dozen volumes of archival documents on Russian history. Author of "The Bolsheviks and Left SRs" (Paris, 1985); "On the history of our closeness" (London, 1988, Moscow 1991); "The collapse of the World Revolution" (London, 1991; Moscow, 1992); "The leaders of the law" (Moscow, 1999).
We offer you his view of modern Russia, as well as on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict: causes, prospects and forecasts.
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