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The Stalin Puzzle: Deciphering Post-Soviet Public Opinion

The Stalin Puzzle: Deciphering Post-Soviet Public Opinion

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Joseph Stalin is not yet dead, it would seem. The Soviet leader who was responsible for the deaths of millions over his thirty-year rule still commands worryingly high levels of admiration for a host of reasons. These findings are clear in the first-ever comparative opinion polls on the dictator in the post-Soviet countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Russia. The surveys, commissioned by the Carnegie Endowment in 2012, suggest de-Stalinization has not succeeded in the former Soviet Union and most post-Soviet citizens have not come to grips with their history.
Joseph Stalin is not yet dead, it would seem. The Soviet leader who was responsible for the deaths of millions over his thirty-year rule still commands worryingly high levels of admiration for a host of reasons. These findings are clear in the first-ever comparative opinion polls on the dictator in the post-Soviet countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Russia. The surveys, commissioned by the Carnegie Endowment in 2012, suggest de-Stalinization has not succeeded in the former Soviet Union and most post-Soviet citizens have not come to grips with their history.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 25, 2013
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 Deciphering  Post-Soviet  Public Opinion
LASHA BAKRADZEMARIA LIPMANLEV GUDKOV
edited by 
thomas de waal 
 
STALIN
THE
PUZZLE
 
© 2013 Carnegie Endowment or International Peace All rights reservedTe Carnegie Endowment does not take institutional positions on public policy issues;the views represented here are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reect the views o the Endowment, its sta, or its trustees.
For electronic copies of this report, visit:
CarnegieEndowment.org/pubsCarnegie Endowment or International Peace1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW  Washington, DC 20036Phone: + 202 483 7600Fax: + 202 483 1840CarnegieEndowment.org Cover photo by Guram sibakhashviliPhotos by G. sibakhashvili were frst released in the photo-catalog “Playing With Stat-ues: Stalin Here and Now,” published by the Heinrich Boell Foundation in 2012. Moreinormation on the exhibition and catalog can be ound at http://georgien.boell-net.de/ web/52-1388.html.

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