From Monarchy of Self-Holding- Zemesky to Self-Containing-Burocatic: Question of Russian Statehood Evolution in Early New Time

Vitaly V. Penskoy

Resumen

In this study, authors considered evolution of Russian statehood, the political regime, and relations of power, and society in the early new times, using the heuristic potential of concepts of "composite state" and "military revolution". Authors showed the need of external expansion in poverty conditions of Russian state which led to transform Russian monarchy from the autocratic-Zemstvo (where effective work of the state mechanism was ensured by cooperation of supreme power and local self-government) to the autocratic-bureaucratic monarchy (where supreme power rested primarily on bureaucracy and violence, reducing local government to a supporting role in public administration).

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early new time; political regime; bureaucracy; composite state; russian state; autocracy; absolutism

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