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Discusses the ambiguous nature of the kingdom in Russia, concentrating on elite networks and their function in coverage procedures. This publication examines the paradoxical dualism of kingdom associations and ruling networks, delivering solutions as to why a few judgements should not carried out, and why the country exists regardless of the systemic inefficiency of its associations.

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