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Denmark & Russia.Approach to state’s leader and to the state. Differences and historical background

Denmark & Russia. Approach to state’s leader and to the state. Differences and historical background

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Why Danish and Russian people have such different from each other approaches and perceptions of state's leader and the state? This tutorial tries to find an answer to this question while looking back into the histories of both countries. The author hopes that this short historical overview will give some explanation why Denmark and Russia have such different kinds of democracy today.

Analysis is based on the works of Knud J.V. Jespersen "A history of Denmark", Abraham Ascher "Russia. A short history" and general knowledge of the author.

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Denmark & Russia. Approach to state’s leader and to the state. Differences and historical background

Why Danish and Russian people have such different from each other approaches and perceptions of state's leader and the state? This tutorial tries to find an answer to this question while looking back into the histories of both countries. The author hopes that this short historical overview will give some explanation why Denmark and Russia have such different kinds of democracy today.

Analysis is based on the works of Knud J.V. Jespersen "A history of Denmark", Abraham Ascher "Russia. A short history" and general knowledge of the author.

Hope it will be interesting for you