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This article explores the topics of Russian diaspora and the politics of culture and identity, expressed through Russia's humanitarian cooperation initiatives. The study posits that the Russian cultural diplomacy policy focuses on compatriots living abroad and the Russian Diaspora to create and solidify Russkiy Mir [Russian World] communities and turn them into Russia's advocates abroad. The study extends the argument that the Russian language is treated as one of the main tools in Russia'sdoi:10.18573/j.2017.10143 fatcat:wipuoxajb5f63l6zjazun3x2ye