Russian colonialism, Eastern Europe and global anti-colonial struggles - Lefteast
In recent years, there has been a growing tendency among scholars and activists in Eastern Europe to draw parallels and links between the “postcolonial” and the “postsocialist”. In its extreme, as Adem Ferizaj argues in his recent review, the use of postcolonial approaches in the context of postsocialism “leads to the false analogy that postsocialism […]

Not a bad article, but it glances over the fact that there are different types of colonialism, and “settler colonialism” is clearly something that happened in eastern Europe, although mostly pre-soviet times. During soviet times this mostly shifted to central asia and siberia and was at least initially driven by forced relocations of eastern european minorities.

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