A Geography of Russia and Its Neighbors

Second Edition

Mikhail S. Blinnikov

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February 17, 2021
ISBN 9781462544615
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518 Pages
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February 17, 2021
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“A clear and candid source of information on a critical part of the globe today. I tell my students that in addition to the straightforward information provided by the text, they get the advantage of absorbing a Russian perspective on this region. Students like the price of the book and enjoy the numerous, bite-sized chapters.”

—Randy Bertolas, PhD, Department of History, Politics, and Geography, Wayne State College


“Both students and teachers will learn from this 'must-read' second edition of one of the best available geography texts on the former Soviet realm. The text provides a winning combination of geographical knowledge; historical dimensions; economic, political, and cultural topics; and regional themes. My students have praised this book as interesting, easy to read, brilliantly organized, concise, unbiased, and illustrated with great charts and images.”

—Dmitrii Sidorov, PhD, Department of Geography, California State University Long Beach


“Blinnikov’s second edition is an indispensable resource for understanding Russia’s past, present, and future—there’s no other text like it. The entire book is a compelling read, yet individual sections stand alone as important references. Blinnikov offers fascinating detail about aspects of Russia that might be invisible to non-Russians, while also providing a comprehensive, scholarly overview that students and instructors will find most useful.”

—Jessica K. Graybill, PhD, Department of Geography and Director, Russian and Eurasian Studies Program, Colgate University