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The Russian Kaleidoscope, 1995

Summary

This map shows the ethnic diversity that existed in Russia and within each of its 21 republics in 1995. The map is color-keyed according to ethnicity based on the following categories: Russian Slavs, Ukrainian Slavs, Ossetians (Iranophones), Caucasians (Abkhazians, Kabardins, Adyghes, Circassians, Ingushes, Tabasarans, Dargins, Laks, Lezgins, Avars), Paleo-Siberians (Chukchis, Koryaks, Itelmen (Kamchadals), Inuit), Finno-Ugrians (Mordvins, Udmurts, Tcheremisses (Maris), Karelians, Finnish, Komis, Komi-Permiaks), Samoyeds (Nenets, Selkups), Turks (Tatars, Chuvash, Bashkirs, Sakha (Yakuts), Tuvans), Mongols (Buryats, Kalmouks), Tunguses (Evenks, Evens).

Bordering the map are statistics for each of the 21 republics: area, population, and ethnic composition, as well as principal religions.

Source

Le Monde Diplomatique [1]

Cartographer: Philippe Rekacewicz

Primary Sources:

  • Roger Caratini, Dictionnaire des nationalités et des minorités en URSS, Larousse, "coll. essentiels", Paris, 1990
  • Sergio Salvi, La Disunione sovietica, Ponte Alle Grazie, Florence, 1990
  • Jean Radvanyi, La nouvelle Russie, A. Collin, coll. U, Paris, 1996
  • Jean and André Sellier, Atlas des peuples d’Orient : Moyen-Orient, Caucase et Asie centrale, La Découverte, Paris, 1993
  • Atlas de géographie, Direction générale de géodésie et de cartographie, Moscow, 1987.

Copyright

© Le Monde Diplomatique

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