State Reforms in Russia: from Peter to Putin
The book presented to the attention of readers is a multidisciplinary synthetic legal scientific research. Based on historical facts and events, legislative acts and documents, the decisions made and actions taken by the country leaders and senior officials of the Russian government while carrying out state-organizing, administrative, territorial, legislative, judicial and other state reforms are being assessed and evaluated by the author in strict chronological order. These evaluations spread across a lengthy period of the Russian history from the ruling of Peter the Great to the current days and acting President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
This book is targeted on students, post-graduates, lecturers, researchers specializing in law and jurisprudence, political sciences and history. It could also be of great value for practicing judges, lawyers, legislators, senators and members of executive authorities or the ones interested in history of governmental reforms in Russia.