Perestroika in the Periphery: Tajikistan

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This week’s podcast is the third event from Pitt REEES Spring Interview Series Openness, Acceleration, Restructuring: The Soviet 1980s.

Go here for all the events in the series.


Isaac Scarborough is Lecturer in Russian Studies at the Institute for History at Leiden University, where he teaches on Russian and Eurasian economics and history. He received his PhD in International History from the LSE in 2018.


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