Readership: Scholars and students of Russian Politics, Law, Economics, Democratization, Federalism
Jeffrey Kahn, University of Michigan
""Dr. Jeffrey Kahn's admirable and thoroughly researched study offers invaluable materials and insights on what has been transpiring in the world of Russian federalism (and beyond) from the earliest Soviet days to the present, with particular emphasis and depth on the post-Soviet decade." William E. Butler, Michigan Law Review"
""I have not seen a better account, or a more perceptive one, in any language." William E. Butler, Michigan Law Review"
""Kahn's study is the best and most thoughtful account available of the early experience." William E. Butler, Michigan Law Review"
2: Federal Theory
3: Soviet 'Federalism'
4: Gorbachev's Federalism Problem
5: The Process of Federal Transition
6: Inter-Governmental Relations Under Yeltsin's New Federalism
7: Federal Effects on Transitions in Russia's Republics
8: The Federal Reforms of Vladimir Putin