Russian Social Inequality as a Factor of Socio-political Stability
The article analyzes Russian social inequality on the basis of data of domestic and international statistics and expert assessments. It introduces the terms "negative" and "positive" socio-political stability, exploring the relationship of present social inequalities with each of these types of stability. The author concludes that in the current situation the country’s development is on the way of "negative" stability, which creates serious risks of Russia’s entering an open socio-political crisis. The possibilities of avoiding the unfavorable scenario are discussed.
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