Known to most as a realm of exile and labor camps, Siberia is also one of the world's wealthiest resource bases. This harsh, vast land constitutes nearly three-quarters of Russia's territory, yet after four centuries of Slavic migration and procreation, it is home to a mere 32 million people. In this comprehensive work, Victor Mote illuminates the dichotomy between Siberia's rich resources and its peripheral relationship to the rest of the world.

Siberia: Worlds Apart 1998, Routledge, Boulder, CO

ISBN-13: 9780813318370

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Siberia: Worlds Apart 1998, Routledge, Boulder, CO

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