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This study of Kaliningrad explores the history and uncertain fate of the former East Prussia. When the USSR collapsed in 1991, Kaliningrad became a Russian exclave. As its neighbours turned to the West for investment and leadership, Kaliningrad's own source of income and stability was withdrawn.
Richard J. Krickus is professor emeritus of political science at Mary Washington College.