Imperium - Part III, The Sequel Continues, 1992-1993 Summary & Analysis

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Part III, The Sequel Continues, 1992-1993 Summary and Analysis

The USSR died in 1991. History in Russia is an active volcano. Ideology cannot characterize the micro-scale changes in Russia. Many questions raise their heads, such as whether Russia will remain a superpower. All the questions are too abstract. The people want to return to the idea of Russia, which is something of a mystery and unique, unlike any other.

Originally, Ryzsard only wanted to travel to the Caucasus as he had in the sixties. He was fascinated by it and wanted to see the process of mental and political decolonization first hand. First he would travel from Moscow to Georgia, then to Armenia and finally to Azerbaijan. New borders stopped him between Armenia and Azerbaijan. In Yerevan, he encountered Armenian liberation troops. This turned out to be a new organization. People...

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