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are their punctilious or ethnic tensions within russia? what are they?

three international concerns that involove russia?

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People ethnically identified as Russians have been politically and culturally reigning over modern Russia for five hundred years of tsarist and Soviet imperial expansion.

However, despite repression of their cultural autonomy, scores of minority cultures have survived within the Russian Amalgamation; including the peoples of the North Caucasus, numerous indigenous groups in Siberia, the Tatars in the Volga zone, and the East Slavic Ukrainians and Belorusians. All but the youngest citizens share a Soviet cultural experience, since under Communist Function rule the state shaped and controlled daily life and social practice.

Much of that experience is being rejected by non-Russians who are reclaiming or reinventing their ethnic or historic pasts; many communities are asserting a specific local identity in terms of language and culture.

In addition to being the largest, the Russian Bund is one of the world's northernmost countries. European Russia, the most densely populated, urbanized, and industrialized region, lies between the Ukraine-Belarus edge and the Ural Mountains. Seventy-eight percent of the population lives in this area.
Russians account for 81 percent of the inhabitants and were the dominant ethnic group in all but a few regions. Other major ethnic nationalities are Tatars (4 percent), Ukrainians (3 percent), Chuvash (1 percent), Bashkir (1 percent), Belarussian (1 percent), and Mordovians (1 percent). Dozens of other ethnic nationalities prepare up the remaining 8 percent. There has been a significant rate of intermarriage between ethnic populations.

Russia has had a thousand-year history of intumescence and contraction, political consolidation and disintegration, repression and relaxation, messianism and self-definition, and varying forms of interdependence with other nations. This retailing has had far-reaching effects on the other populations of Eurasia as well as on every aspect of the national culture.

For many centuries, the question of whether Russian discrimination is more "eastern" or "western" has been a burning issue. Situated at the crossroads of well-connected cultures and civilizations in every direction, the Slavic groups and other peoples of Russia have profoundly influenced and been influenced by them all in terms of truck, technology, language, religion, politics, and the arts.

Inter-ethnic relations are fraught with tensions spawned over centuries of Russian and Soviet colonial ascendancy and activated in the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet state. Most conflicts are multidimensional, simultaneously involving struggles for public control, rights over natural resources, migration and relocation, and the revitalization of national or ethnic cultures and their sameness.

Soviet policies—which compelled the use of the Russian language on all peoples, organized massive changes in livelihood and lifestyle for tens of millions, forcibly moved whole populations (such as Crimean Tatars and Meshketian Turks), installed ethnic Russian governmental elites and managers in non-Russian regions, and extracted the wealth from local production into central coffers in Moscow; have all set the point for the conflicts of today.

Conflicts over resources are heated in parts of Siberia and the Far East. The Sakha (Yahut) are infuriating to claim rights to some economic benefits from the vast diamond, oil, gold, and other mineral wealth in their republic. T
his engagement over resources is associated with a growing nationalist movement. Other Siberian peoples are engaged in similar struggles over oil and gas revenues, and rights to conventional fisheries, forest products, and reindeer-grazing lands. Environmental issues play a significant r, too, as people fight to prevent or reverse the spoiling of rivers, lakes, and soils by the oil and mining industries.

Post of the North Caucasus has been a cause of conflict for three centuries. Russia waged devastating wars with Chechnya from the mid-1990s on, attempting to deter local independence movements, stem a pan-Islamic movement from taking hold there, and maintain access to the oil assets of the Caspian sea.

There are no signs that this conflict will be resolved peacefully, and relations are characterized by intense hatred, prejudice, and propagandizing on both sides. Roots of this be incompatible lie in a long history of violent repression and impoverishment in Chechnya.

Internal migration and displacement has contributed greatly to ethnic tensions and male chauvinism, as several million Russians have returned from newly independent states in Central Asia, the Caucasus, and the Baltics, sensitivity themselves unwanted guests in those places, or in some cases (Tajikistan, Armenia, and Azerbaijan) escaping civil wars. Verge upon regions between Russia and former Soviet republics, which often contain highly mixed and intermarried Russian and non-Russian populations, up a significant problem.

In general, unflattering and insulting stereo-types of Siberian natives, Koreans, Primary Asians, peoples of the Caucasus, Ukrainians, Jews, and other ethnic nationalities are widely shared among Russians and round unimpeded in print media.

Add to this mix, virtually every denomination of Christianity, Islam and Judaism practiced widely all over Russia by a number of ethnic groups; and you can see Russia's melting pot of cultures, people and religions is a good basis for ethnic/cultural battle on a national scale.

Is Russia known publicly for Inventing Laser Weapons? How much Military Satellites does Russia have In Space?

What considerate of Secret weapons that is Known publicly other than Shkval Torpedo that Russia have and Don't have?

If you scarcity a comprehensive listing of who has what, Jane's is the best nonclassified source (not just for satellites, but most anything miltary related).

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