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GEO 233 - World Regional Geography

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Territorially enormous and politically unified, Russia was the dominant force in the former Soviet Union that disbanded in 1991. Undergoing a difficult transition from dictatorship to democracy and from communism to capitalism, Russia is geographically complex and changing. We define four regions: the Russian Core and Peripheries, the Eastern Frontier, Siberia, and the Far East.