Russia: A Dystopian Novel

Window on Eurasia writes about a newly-published dystopian novel about Russia: “In the space of ‘a few years,’ the novel continues, ‘the Ukrainian rulers cut the population of Moscow to two million,’ thus ending Russia’s existence as a state and that city as its most important expression and organizer.”

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