The Rights of Indigenous Peoples of Russia after Partial Military Mobilization
The present article is a response to the call for papers focusing on the war in Ukraine and its effect on different aspects of life in the Arctic. This article sheds some light on the consequences of Russia’s partial military mobilization on the rights of Indigenous peoples. The partial military mobilization was announced by the President of the Russian Federation on September 21, 2022.
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Keywords:Russian Indigenous peoples, military mobilization, human rights, war
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