"Dominion/Mother Russia" (also known as "Dominion/Mother Russia Medley" on "A Slight Case of Overbombing" and "Dominion" as its single release) is a song from the album Floodland by The Sisters of Mercy. It was written by Andrew Eldritch and produced by Jim Steinman. Like its Steinman-produced twin "This Corrosion", "Dominion/Mother Russia" features vocals by the The New York Choral Society. The full version comprises two main parts, "Dominion" and "Mother Russia": the first half, "Dominion", was released as a single in 1988. Eldritch has revealed the song disguises an anti-American diatribe flavoured by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. At the time of release he also claimed that the second part of the song "Mother Russia" was a call for the West to give up Berlin to the Soviets, "because in reality they already control the city. It's only stupid to pretend otherwise".