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    Russian Politics and Law

    Russian Politics and Law


    2001,  Vol.39                2011, Vol.49

    2002, Vol.40                 2012, Vol.50

    2003, Vol.41                 2013, Vol.51

    2004, Vol.42                 2014, Vol.52

    2005, Vol.43                2015, Vol.53

    2006, Vol.44                2016, Vol.54

    2007, Vol.45

    2008, Vol.46

    2009, Vol.47

    2010, Vol.48

     

    Russian Politics and Law, 2001,  Vol.39

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Aleksandr Petrovich Strakhov

    The Study of Russian Electoral Behavior A Sociocultural Approach

     No.1

     pp. 5-16

    VALENTINA FEDOTOVA

    The Criminalization of Russia Autochthonous Capitalism as a Reaction to Right- Wing Radicalism

     No.1

     pp. 17-42

    ALEKSANDR TARASOV

    Offspring of Reforms- Shaven Heads Are Skinheads The New Fascist Youth Subculture in Russia

     No.1

     pp. 43-89

     

    "I Will Not Go After Anyone"

     No.1

     pp. 90-95

     

    Ten Years of Systemic Change in Central and Eastern Europe and in Russia

     No.2

     pp. 6-20

    LIUDMILA MIASNIKOVA

    The Emerging Information Society and the Creation of the Russian Market

     No.2

     pp. 30-44

    VIKTOR KOVALEV

    The Quasi- Party System in the Regions The Case of the Republic of Komi and the Overall Situation in Russia

     No.2

     pp. 45-64

     

    The Kursk Prosecutors and Defenders

     No.2

     pp. 65-73

    VIKTOR BARANETS

    The Submarine Crew Lived for a Few Hours, No More Interview with Admiral Popov

     No.2

     pp. 74-80

    UL IANA SKOIBEDA, VIKTOR BARANETS

    The Last Journey Home- There were hardly any tears among the mourners gathered in Severomorsk. They had no more

     No.2

     pp. 81-84

    OLEG LAR KO, VLADIMIR BARSHEV

    The Water of Our Anxieties- Medical personnel are convinced that substandard drinking water is causing the recurrence and rapid spread of many infections

     No.2

     pp. 85-91

    STANISLAV CHERNIAVSKII

    Russian Diplomacy in Transcaucasia

     No.3

     pp. 5-19

    S. MAIGOV

    The State's Role in Creating an Investment Climate in the Republic of Korea The Specifics of Implementing an Investment Policy

     No.3

     pp. 20-28

    M. BENDIKOV, I. FROLOV, E. KHRUSTALEV

    Russian Astronautics in the World Space Market

     No.3

     pp. 29-49

    A.N. PISAREV

    Top Defense Agencies in the Russian Federation

     No.3

     pp. 50-65

    ROMAN ROMOV

    Russian National Unity and the "Nation of Slaves" New Versions of an Old Myth

     No.3

     pp. 66-77

    LIUDMILA MAUROVA

    Pregnant Mother with Five Children Evicted

     No.3

     pp. 78-81

    MARIIA UL IANOVA

    The Homey Walls of Mercy Shelter

     No.3

     pp. 78-82

     

    Hurrah! Subsidies Will Be Ten Times Larger, but Not for Everyone

     No.3

     pp. 83-87

    I.M. KLIAMKIN, L.M. TIMOFEEV

    The Shadow Life A Sociological Self- Portrait of Post- Soviet Society

     No.4

     pp. 6-49

     

    The Judicial Branch Is the Third Branch, or Why Are There No Laws for Judges? Interview with Valentin Kuznetsov and Sergei Pashin by Irina Smirnova

     No.4

     pp. 50-65

    SERGEI SMIRNOV

    Alternative Civilian Service and Prisoners of Conscience in the New Russia

     No.4

     pp. 66-75

    A.G. TRIFONOV, B.V. MEZHUEV

    The Governor- Generalship in the Russian System of Territorial Administration An Exercise in Historical Reminiscing

     No.4

     pp. 76-88

     

    The Nobel Prize Is an Event, but I Was Happier with the Lenin Prize Interview with Academician Zhores Alferov by Dmitrii Steshin

     No.4

     pp. 89-93

    ANATOLII EL IANOV

    Getting Out of the Crisis Paths to Russia s Socioeconomic Revival

     No.5

     pp. 5-29

     

    Drug Addiction in Russia- A Threat to the Nation

     No.5

     pp. 30-42

     

    Where One Sex Discriminates Against the Other, True Freedom Is Impossible - Interview with Maria Arbatova by Irina Smirnova

     No.5

     pp. 43-51

    SERGEI SMIRNOV

    Privacy on the Internet

     No.5

     pp. 52-63

    N. BIKKENIN

    How to Write Memoirs, or a Dual Self- Portrait Scenes from Public and Private Life

     No.5

     pp. 64-88

    MIKHAIL ZADORNOV

    We

     No.5

     pp. 89-91

    E.I. BASHKIROVA

    Transformation of the Values of Russian Society

     No.6

     pp. 6-24

     

    Status of Human Rights in the Chechen Republic, Autumn 2000- To the Committee of Legal Affairs and Human Rights of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, 18 December 2000

     No.6

     pp. 25-33

     

    Violations of Human Rights by Personnel of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Criminal Justice System of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation- Special Report of the Human Rights Representative (HRR) of the Russian Federation for 2000

     No.6

     pp. 34-56

    A. DERGACHEV

    Ukrainian- Russian Relations- European and Eurasian Contexts

     No.6

     pp. 57-73

    G. SIMON

    Russia and Ukraine Ten Years After the Fall of the Communist Regimes Similarities and Differences

     No.6

     pp. 74-79

    Iakov Andreevich Pliais

    Russia and Europe- Why We Need Each Other On Overcoming the Civilizational Divide

     No.6

     pp. 80-92

    Russian Politics and Law, 2002, Vol.40

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Anatolii Utkin

    Globalization- Process and interpretation

     No.1

     pp. 6-39

    Iurii Moskovskii

    Rust Worn- Out Equipment- A Threat to National Security

     No.1

     pp. 40-52

    IURII LEVADA

    Public Opinion at the Thrn of the Century- The change of century: an event or a date?

     No.1

     pp. 53-72

    Leoned Sedov

    September 2000- Changes in the Structuer of the Electorate

     No.1

     pp. 73-88

    BORIS DUBIN

    The West, the Border, and the Unique Path Symbolism of the "other" in the Political Mythology of Contemporary Russia

     No.2

     pp. 5-29

    HANS PETER HARLAND, HANS JOACHIM NISSEN, WOLFGANG FRANZEN

    On the Development of Democracy and a Market Economy in the Central and East European Countries

     No.2

     pp. 30-45

    INNA GORODETSKAIA

    The Volunteer Movement in the United States

     No.2

     pp. 46-60

    MARINA KRASIL NIKOVA

    Subjective Assessments of Poverty in Russia

     No.2

     pp. 61-71

    D. RYLKO

    New Operators in Russian Agriculture

     No.2

     pp. 72-84

    STANISLAV CHERNIAVSKII

    Problems of the Caspian

     No.2

     pp. 85-94

    V.A. KOLOSOV, T.A. GALKINA, A.D. KRINDACH

    Territorial Identity and Interethnic Relations- Based on the Example of the Eastern Regions of Stavropol Krai

     No.3

     pp. 5-30

    I.G. DUBOV

    Level of Religious Commitment and the Influence of Religious Precepts on Russian Citizens Attitudes Toward Political Leaders

     No.3

     pp. 31-53

    LEONID KESELMAN, MARIIA MATSKEVICH

    Social Coordinates of Domestic Drug Addiction

     No.3

     pp. 54-68

     

    How Scientific Is Political Science? Or What Analysts Think and Say, and the Lifestyles of People Who Are Remote from Politics

     No.3

     pp. 69-81

    DMITRII OMELCHUK, SERGEI IURCHENKO

    The Crimean (Yalta) Conference- Unknown Pages

     No.3

     pp. 82-92

     

    Our Own Personnel

     No.4

     pp. 5-11

    NIKITA DEDKOV

    The Troubled American

     No.4

     pp. 12-21

     

    There Is Reason to Love Russia: Interview with Aleksei Kara- Murza by Oleg Moroz

     No.4

     pp. 22-29

    Z.V. KLIMENKO

    Russian Public Opinion and the Yugoslav Crisis- Parallels Between the Beginning and the End of the Twentieth Century

     No.4

     pp. 30-43

    IURII GODIN

    Will Ukraine Join the Slavic Union?

     No.4

     pp. 44-55

    R. ZEKRIST

    Does Kazakhstan's Snow Leopard Have a Chance to Become a Dragon?

     No.4

     pp. 56-61

    V. SIMINDEI

    The "Latvian Hub" of Baltic Transit

     No.4

     pp. 62-72

    N. BIKKENIN

    "My Universities" Scenes from Private and Public Life

     No.4

     pp. 73-91

    ANATOLII UTKIN

    After the September Tragedy- The meaning of the events

     No.5

     pp. 6-19

    EDUARD BATALOV

    Illusions and Realities of the "New Era"

     No.5

     pp. 20-27

     

    The Postindustrial Era: A Challenge to Russian Politicians

     No.5

     pp. 28-42

    ARTEM MALGIN

    The Commonwealth of Independent States

     No.5

     pp. 43-54

    S. CHUGROV

    Russia in the Global Playing Field

     No.5

     pp. 55-64

    ALEKSEI MAKUSHKIN

    The Prospects Are Reassuring

     No.5

     pp. 65-78

     

    Everything Begins with Land- Interview with Oleg Tolkachev by Armen Gasparian

     No.5

     pp. 79-87

    S. PETROVSKII

    Investigative Measures on the Internet

     No.5

     pp. 88-90

     

    The New World Order- What Should It Be Like? A Roundtable Discussion

     No.6

     pp. 6-27

    SERGEI SAMUILOV

    The United Nations, the United States, and the War on Terrorism

     No.6

     pp. 28-46

    SERGEI ROGOV

    The Bush Doctrine- Outlines of U.S. Strategy in the Twenty- First Century

     No.6

     pp. 47-61

    D. MALYSHEVA

    Security Issues in Southern Russia- Regional and Global Aspects

     No.6

     pp. 62-79

    I. KUKLINA

    Security Issues in the Black Sea- Caspian Region

     No.6

     pp. 80-93

    Russian Politics and Law, 2003, Vol.41

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    G. MIRSKII

    Did Totalitarianism Disappear Together with the Twentieth Century?

     No.1

     pp. 6-32

    VIKTOR ZASLAVSKY

    The Post- Soviet Stage in the Study of Totalitarianism

     No.1

     pp. 33-60

    N. BIKKENIN

    "This Assignment Is So Important That It Must Be Given to an Ordinary Agent"

     No.1

     pp. 61-93

    IRINA V. KUDRIASHOVA

    Fundamentalism in the Modern World

     No.2

     pp. 7-28

    GEORGII I. MIRSKII

    "Political Islam" and Western Society

     No.2

     pp. 29-44

    GEORGII I. MIRSKII

    The Dragon Is Rearing Up- On International Terrorism

     No.2

     pp. 45-69

    V. KHOROS

    The "Crown," the "Roots," and the "Climate" of Terrorism

     No.2

     pp. 70-76

    V. RYBAKOV

    On the Issue of Terrorism, or Two Sides of the Same Coin

     No.2

     pp. 77-84

    A. UMNOV

    The Taliban and Terrorists Are Not the Same

     No.2

     pp. 85-87

    D. MALYSHEVA

    After "Black Tuesday" Islam and Terrorism in Russia and the CIS

     No.2

     pp. 88-94

    B.V. OVCHINNIKOV

    Virtual Hopes- The State and Prospects of the Russian Internet s Political Sites

     No.3

     pp. 5-31

    K.N. KOSTIUK

    The Russian Orthodox Church and Society Moral Cooperation or Ethical Conflict?

     No.3

     pp. 32-50

    A.S. MIKHLIN, L.V. IAKOVLEVA

    Some Results of the 1999 Special Census of Convicts

     No.3

     pp. 51-68

    A.S. IUNUSOV

    Migration in Post- Soviet Azerbaijan

     No.3

     pp. 69-83

    LEONID SEDOV

    Russia- A Glimpse from Poland and Back

     No.3

     pp. 84-95

    Natalia Rimashevskaia

    Strategies of Social Reform in Russia

     No.4

     pp. 5-17

    Mikhail Zakharov, Elvira Tuchkova

    The Govenment is Continuing its offensive Against its Citizens' Incomes

     No.4

     pp. 18-57

    SERGEI A. SMIRNOV, ANDREI lU. BLINUSHOV, IULDA B. SEREDA

    Strategies of Response to the Persecution of Russian Activists Representing Nongovernmental Organizations

     No.4

     pp. 58-82

    MARINA RABZHAEVA, V ADIM SEMENKOV

    In Search of St. Petersburg's Identity

     No.4

     pp. 83-95

     

    Globalization and Russia: A Round- Table Discussion

     No.5

     pp. 5-41

    ALEKSANDR VEBER

    In Search of an Alternative Two Vectors in Development Policy and New Protest Movements

     No.5

     pp. 42-61

    ALEKSANDR BUZGALIN

    The Specter of "Antiglobalism"

     No.5

     pp. 62-76

    V. LAPKIN

    Challenges of Globalization and Russian Public Opinion

     No.5

     pp. 77-82

    V. PANTIN

    Russian Political Parties and Movements on Contemporary World Processes

     No.5

     pp. 83-89

    I. SEMENENKO

    Globalization and Russian Socio- Cultural Dynamics

     No.5

     pp. 90-94

    ALINA IU. SHANKINA

    The Middle Class in Russia- Hunting Nessie

     No.6

     pp. 5-20

    IRINA M. BUSYGINA

    The Fate of Geographic Knowledge in Political Science and Education

     No.6

     pp. 21-37

    Maria Ferretti

    Memory Disorder- Russia and Stalinism

     No.6

     pp. 38-82

    Russian Politics and Law, 2004, Vol.42

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Every Country Needs Its Own Perestroika- Interview with Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev by Mikhail Il in and V.B. Kuvaldin

     No.1

     pp. 5-16

    V.L. RIMSKII, A.IU. SUNGUROV

    Russian Public Policy Centers- Experience and Prospects

     No.1

     pp. 17-28

    S.V. BORISOV, A.V. DAKHIN, A.S. MAKARYCHEV

    No Winner- The Mayoral Election in Nizhnii Novgorod

     No.1

     pp. 29-47

     

    The International Conference on the Cessation of War and the Establishment of Peace in the Chechen Republic

     No.1

     pp. 48-97

    ANATOLII UTKIN

    The Future of the West

     No.2

     pp. 5-28

    ALEKSANDR MAZIN

    Stepping on the Same Rake Twenty Years Later

     No.2

     pp. 29-46

     

    Contemporary Models of Political Parties A Round- Table Discussion

     No.2

     pp. 47-67

    VLADIMIR DEGOEV

    The Diplomacy of the Caucasus War as a History Lesson

     No.2

     pp. 68-76

    SERGEI KOROLEV

    The Student Dormitory in the "Period of Stagnation" The Erosion of Regulatory Processes

     No.2

     pp. 77-93

    BORIS DUBIN

    Face of an Epoch- The Brezhnev Period Variously Assessed

     No.3

     pp. 5-20

    ALEXIS BERELOWITCH

    The 1970s- Reply to a Discussion

     No.3

     pp. 21-33

    ANATOLII CHERNIAEV

    The Unknown Brezhnev

     No.3

     pp. 34-66

    NATALIA ZORKAIA, NADIA M. DIUK

    Values and Attitudes of Young Russians

     No.3

     pp. 67-90

    ALEKSEI MALASHENKO

    Islam, Politics, and the Security of Central Asia

     No.4

     pp. 6-20

    ELVIRA GORIUKHINA

    Light and Darkness in the Pankisi Gorge

     No.4

     pp. 21-50

    MIKHAIL RUTKEVICH

    Demographic Catastrophe- Where Is the Exit?

     No.4

     pp. 51-66

    RENALD SIMONIAN

    The Russian Diaspora in the Baltic Countries

     No.4

     pp. 67-88

    VLADIMIR DEGOEV

    What Post- Soviet Russia Can Learn from Bismarck

     No.5

     pp. 6-13

    ALEKSEI ARBATOV, PETR ROMASHKIN

    Military and Political Aspects of the 2003 Defense Budget

     No.5

     pp. 14-28

    ANATOLII CHERNIAEV

    The Afghanistan Problem- 22 June 1980

     No.5

     pp. 29-49

    ROY MEDVEDEV

    The Yuri Luzhkov Phenomenon

     No.5

     pp. 50-63

    ALEKSANDR PYZHIKOV

    Sources of Dissidence- Soviet Youth After the Twentieth Party Congress

     No.5

     pp. 64-77

    ROY MEDVEDEV

    European Writers on Their Meetings with Stalin

     No.5

     pp. 78-92

    NATALIIA VELIKAIA, VLADIMIR SHISHKIN

    Local Self- Government- Yet Another Attempt at Reform

     No.6

     pp. 6-23

    SERGO MIKOYAN

    When the World Hung by a Thread

     No.6

     pp. 24-84

    Russian Politics and Law, 2005, Vol.43

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    HIV/ AIDS in Russia- Alarming Signs

     No.1

     pp. 5-50

    VITALII TRETIAKOV

    A Leap to the Realm of Freedom- A Brief Essay on the Most Recent Period in the History of Contemporary Russian Journalism

     No.1

     pp. 51-69

    NIKOLAI MIRONOV

    Russia- Democracy Without Freedom of Speech? A Few Legislative Suggestions

     No.1

     pp. 70-76

    TATIANA NAUMOVA

    Academic Emigration from Russia

     No.1

     pp. 77-91

     

    On Russia's National Wealth- A Discussion

     No.2

     pp. 6-30

    PETR CHERKASOV

    Dissidence at IMEMO

     No.2

     pp. 31-69

    MIKHAIL RUTKEVICH

    On the Fate of the Russian Ethnic Group

     No.2

     pp. 70-82

    MIKHAIL MCHEDLOV

    The Religious Component of Ethnic Awareness

     No.2

     pp. 83-88

    LEV PONOMAREV

    We Must Overcome the Causes of Terrorism in Russia

     No.2

     pp. 89-96

    VLADIMIR PETUKHOV

    Political Participation and Civic Self- Organization in Russia

     No.3

     pp. 6-24

    V.IA. GELMAN

    Political Opposition in Russia- Is It Becoming Extinct?

     No.3

     pp. 25-50

     

    "Limited Freedom" of the Press- A Discussion

     No.3

     pp. 51-66

    VLADISLAV INOZEMTSEV

    Paul Klebnikov (1963- 2004)

     No.3

     pp. 67-68

    ROY MEDVEDEV

    How the Short Course Was Created

     No.3

     pp. 69-95

    S.V. KOLESNIKOV

    Letter to the Editors of Svobodnaia mysl- XXI

     No.3

     pp. 96-98

     

    The "Brain Drain" and the Organization of Science A Round- Table Discussion

     No.4

     pp. 6-22

    M.M. STRELTSINA

    Institutional Conditions for Creating Government Agencies in Russia and the United States- Based on the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

     No.4

     pp. 23-37

    EGOR GAIDAR

    Socioeconomic Progress and Transformation in Military Recruitment Systems

     No.4

     pp. 38-53

    VASILII FILIPPOV

    Ethnic Trends in the Capital City

     No.4

     pp. 54-68

     

    "The Scale of the Postcommunist Disaster Is Not Understood Outside Russia" Interview with Eric Hobsbawm by Vladislav Inozemtsev

     No.4

     pp. 69-83

    NATALIA LEBEDEVA

    The Internet as a New Factor in State and Public Development

     No.4

     pp. 84-87

    IRINA SINITSINA, NATALIIA CHUDAKOVA

    Fundamental Reforms- Poland's Experience

     No.5

     pp. 6-27

    GALINA GLUSHCHENKO

    Hawala- A Vestige of the Past in the Service of Globalization

     No.5

     pp. 28-44

    IURII ALEKSANDROV

    To Whom Do Foreign Foundations Give Money in Russia, and Why?

     No.5

     pp. 45-48

    KAREN BRUTENTS

    Origins of the New Thinking

     No.5

     pp. 49-78

    KIRILL KOKTYSH

    The Post- Soviet Transformation of Belorussia- Initial Conditions The State of Society and the Ruling Elites

     No.5

     pp. 79-94

    IURII AFANASEV

    Power as End and Means- Russia's Two Possible Paths in Past and Present

     No.6

     pp. 6-21

    STANISLAV MENSHIKOV

    Our Capitalism- Between Oligarchic and Bureaucratic

     No.6

     pp. 22-32

    ANATOLII KRUZHKOV

    Local Self- Government in Russia- An Unrealized Project

     No.6

     pp. 33-42

    VLADIMIR SAPON

    Apostles of the "Other Russia"- Mikhail Bakunin and Eduard Limonov on Paths of Radical Social Transformation

     No.6

     pp. 43-61

    ALEKSANDR AREFEV

    Foreign Students at Russian Universities

     No.6

     pp. 62-75

    PETR CHERKASOV

    The Twilight of the Brezhnev Era

     No.6

     pp. 76-95

    Russian Politics and Law, 2006, Vol.44

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    ANATOL LIEVEN

    Nationalism in the Contemporary World

     No.1

     pp. 6-22

     

    Difficulties with Adjustment: On True and False Prophecies Interview with Samuel Huntington by Vladislav Inozemtsev

     No.1

     pp. 23-41

    NATALIA E. GRONSKAIA

    The Virtual Space of Language Policy- The Conflictual Nature of Linguistic Coexistence

     No.1

     pp. 42-54

    TIMUR POLIANNIKOV

    The Logic of Authoritarianism

     No.1

     pp. 55-63

     

    The Role of the Individual in History- Interview with Yevgeny Primakov by Vladislav Inozemtsev and N.N. Sibiriakov

     No.1

     pp. 64-80

    BORIS KAGARLITSKY

    The Anatomy of Terror

     No.1

     pp. 81-93

    GERHARD SIMON

    An Orange- Tinged Revolution The Ukrainian Path to Democracy

     No.2

     pp. 5-27

    A.V. KYNEV

    The Effects of "Maidan"- Ukraine's Political System After the 2004 Crisis

     No.2

     pp. 28-38

    V.B. PASTUKHOV

    Ukraine Is Not with Russia- Causes and Consequences of Strategic Miscalculations in Russia s Policy Toward Ukraine

     No.2

     pp. 39-54

    V.V. LAPKIN, V.I. PANTIN

    Assimilation of Democratic Institutions and Values by the Ukrainian and Russian Masses

     No.2

     pp. 55-71

     

    "Ukraine Is One Country, and the Ukrainians Are One People"- Interview with Viktor Yushchenko by Vladislav Inozemtsev

     No.2

     pp. 72-83

    ALEKSANDR TSIPKO

    The Orange Route- Impressions of the Fifteenth Economic Forum in Krynica Zdroj, Poland

     No.2

     pp. 84-89

    VLADIMIR ZHARIKHIN

    The Repercussions of Theft

     No.2

     pp. 90-91

     

    No Freedom Without Moral Responsibility- Interview with Metropolitan Kirill of Smolensk and Kaliningrad

     No.3

     pp. 6-18

    SERGEI KARPOV

    What Kind of Educational Reform Do We Need?

     No.3

     pp. 19-30

    EVGENII BALATSKII

    Institutional Conflicts in Higher Education

     No.3

     pp. 31-51

    EDUARD SOLOVEV

    The Foreign Policy Priorities of Liberal Russia

     No.3

     pp. 52-72

     

    The Chinese Warning- Interview with Vilia Gel bras by Aleksandr Rylov

     No.3

     pp. 73-82

    ALEXANDER ZINOVIEV

    My Era- On the Great Patriotic War of 1941- 1945

     No.3

     pp. 83-97

     

    "We Are Building a Socially Oriented State"- Press Conference with President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus

     No.4

     pp. 6-22

    MARGARITA KOLCHUGINA

    International Integration in Higher Education

     No.4

     pp. 23-44

     

    "I Was Born in Prison and Sent to an Infants Home"

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    NINA GLAZKOVA

    Force People to Live There?- Russia s Orphanages Must Be Changed

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    D.V. POLIKANOV

    Russian Public Opinion on Terrorism

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    Recollections of the Past, Present, and Future- Interview with Eduard Shevardnadze by Vladislav Inozemtsev and Ekaterina Kuznetsova

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    VLADISLAV INOZEMTSEV

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    ALEKSANDR KALIADIN

    In Search of an Effective Coercive Strategy to Deter the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction

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    ALEXEI ARBATOV

    Nuclear Deterrence and Proliferation The Dialectics of "Doomsday Weapons"

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    S.N. SARUKHANIAN

    Iran's Atom Bomb- To Be or Not to Be?

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    OLGA O. SAVELEVA

    Advertising in Russia- Generator of Social Conflict or Socially Meaningful Information?

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    DMITRII AVDIENKO

    "Does the West Control the Russian Market in Marketing Research?"- Interview with Dmitrii Pisarskii

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    SERGEI ROGOV

    The Functions of a Contemporary State- Challenges for Russia

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    SERGEI PEREGUDOV

    Civil Society as an Agent of Public Politics

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    VALERII KONDRACHUK

    State Influence on Small Business Development- Does It Hurt or Help?

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    IULIIA IUSHKOVA-BORISOVA

    Russia and Its Population

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    VLADIMIR PASTUKHOV

    A Third Term for Vladimir Putin as an Alternative to Political Hypocrisy

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    SERGEI GAVROV

    Is the Transition to Authoritarianism Irreversible?

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     pp. 20-30

     

    Russian Society in Different Dimensions

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    The Results of Twenty Years of Russian Reforms

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    IURII AFANASEV, FATHER GEORGII (KOCHETKOV)

    On the Causes of Russia's Woes

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    VLADISLAV INOZEMTSEV

    To the Readers of Svobodnaia mysl

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    ALEKSEI MALASHENKO

    Why Is Islam Feared?

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    ANDREI ZAKHAROV

    Empire and Federation

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    NIKOLAI KUZNETSOV

    Sharp Turns- Unpublished Memoirs

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    GEORGII ZHUKOV

    What Stalin's Military Leadership Capacity Was Worth- The Speech Marshal Zhukov Never Made

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    VLADISLAV INOZEMTSEV

    What We Have Come To The Transformation of a Soviet Scholar into a Russian Propaganda Specialist

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     pp. 70-77

    V.E. RAZUVAEV

    Legal Issues Involved in Fighting Spam as a Means of Waging an Information War

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     pp. 78-88

    ROY MEDVEDEV

    The Russian Language Throughout the Commonwealth of Independent States

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    OLGA IU. MALINOVA

    "Political Culture" in Russian Scholarly and Public Discourse

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     pp. 31-61

    MARIANNA A. FADEICHEVA

    The Ideology and Discourse Practices of "Us- ism" in Contemporary Russia

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    OLGA GRIAZNOVA

    Russian Residents' Attitudes Toward the Law- Enforcement Agencies

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    ADZHAR KURTOV

    Presidential Seat or Padishah's Throne? The Distinctive Features of Supreme Power in Central Asian States

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    GRIGORII L. KERTMAN

    Moscow Anomalies- A Tour of Georating

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    PETR S. BAVIN

    Social Geography of Xenophobia and Tolerance

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    MARINA KOROLEVA

    "A Well- Planned Sabotage Operation"

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    VIKTOR SHEINIS

    August 1991- A Pyrrhic Victory

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    ANATOLII CHERNIAEV

    Spirituality Destroyed

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    ILIA LEVIN

    The Middle Class, Small Business, and Power

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     pp. 43-66

    VIKTOR MARTIANOV

    The Decline of Public Politics in Russia: From Public Politics to Political Administration- The Depoliticization of the Regions

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     pp. 67-82

    GAVRIIL POPOV

    The Fate of the Revolutionary Parliament- From Leader to Rump

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    ILIA BRUSHTEIN

    The Island of Kalmykia

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    MIKHAIL MELNIKOV

    Peasant Russia- Terra Incognita

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    ALEKSANDR MAZIN

    Resources and Conflicts

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    NATALIA RIMASHEVSKAIA

    Gender Stereotypes and the Logic of Social Relations

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    VIKTORIIA SUKOVATAIA

    Eduard Limonov in Search of a "New Masculinity"

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    ALEKSANDR TARASOV

    Changing Subcultures Observations on Skinheads

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    ALEXEI ARBATOV, ALEKSANDR PIKAEV, VLADIMIR DVORKIN

    Nuclear Terrororism Political, Legal, Strategic, and Technological Aspects

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     pp. 50-78

    ANDREI SHASTITKO, EVGENIIA IAKOVLEVA

    Russia's Investment Image

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    Niall Ferguson

    "Today's Demagogues Remind Me of the Events of the 1930s"- An Interview with Vladislav Inozemtsev

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    Iurii Godin

    Russia and Belorussia Ten Years of Integration Incompatibility

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    Albina Mikhaleva

    Berlin's Muslim Elite

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    Grigorii Kertman

    The Status of the Party in Russian Political Culture

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    Evgenii Balatskii

    The Formation of a "Dissertation Trap"

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    Eva Lashchenova

    Armenia on the U.S. "Chessboard"

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    Vladislav Inozemtsev

    The Nature and Prospects of the Putin Regime

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    N.V. Rabotiazhev, E.G. Solovev

    From Lenin to Danilevsky The Changing Geopolitical Views of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation

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    Mariia Ordzhonikidze

    Russians Perceptions of Western Values

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    Andreas Umland

    Conceptual and Contextual Problems in the Interpretation of Contemporary Russian Ultranationalism

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    Andreas Umland

    Zhirinovsky's Last Thrust to the South and the Definition of Fascism

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    Leonid Luks

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    Mikhail Sokolov

    Russian National Unity- An Analysis of the Political Style of a Radical- Nationalist Organization

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     pp. 66-79

    Mikhail Sokolov

    Class as Ethnicity- The Rhetoric of the Russian Radical- Nationalist Movement

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    Konstantin Remchukov

    On the Value of Discussing Important Problems in Our Life

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    Vladislav Surkov

    Russian Political Culture The View from Utopia

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    Konstantin Remchukov

    Apologia for the Status Quo

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    Georgii Bovt

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    Sergei Stepashin

    Do We Have to Seal the Retort?

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    Mikhail Barshchevskii

    There Is No Such Thing as a Sovereign Civilization

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    Anatolii Strelianyi

    Drifting Discourses

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    Vladimir Zhirinovsky

    The Country Is Living by Concepts, Which Is Not Always Bad- It Depends on the Concepts

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    Aleksei Malashenko

    From Suslov to Surkov

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    Dmitrii Orlov

    The New Russian Age and Sovereign Democracy

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     pp. 72-76

    Nikita Belykh

    The Ideology of Sovereign Bureaucracy

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     pp. 77-83

    Boris Gryzlov

    Two Parties in One- Questions on the Ideology of United Russia

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     pp. 84-91

    Andrei Bogdanov

    Time to Make a Choice

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    Yevgeny Primakov

    How Democracy Is Created Notes for a Debate on Ideology and Political Culture

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     pp. 97-101

    Richard Sakwa

    Russian Political Culture Through the Eyes of Vladislav Surkov

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    Larisa Galperin

    Post- Soviet Russia and the World

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     pp. 3-6

    Denis Novikov

    "Anti- Westernism" as a Strategy- Distinctive Behaviors of the Contemporary Russian Elite

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     pp. 19-27

    D.I. Raskin

    Russian Nationalism and Issues of Cultural and Civilizational Identity

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     pp. 28-40

    Sergei Karaganov

    Going Forward to Asia?

     No.6

     pp. 41-46

    Dmitrii Zamiatin

    The Territory of Nostalgia- Russia's Geographic Image and Problems of Linguistic Identity in the Former Soviet Republics

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     pp. 59-71

    A.A. Sanglibaev

    Ethnic Clan Politics in the Post- Soviet Space

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     pp. 72-87

    Alexei Gromyko

    Civilizational Guidelines in the Relationship of Russia, the European Union, and the United States

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     pp. 7-18

    Dmitrii Sokolov

    Russia in the World Economy

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     pp. 47-58

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    Andreas Umland

    Issues in the Study of the Russian Extreme Right

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     pp. 4-6

    Leonid Luks

    A "Third Way"- or Back to the Third Reich?

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     pp. 7-23

    Valerii Senderov

    Neo- Eurasianism Realities, Dangers, Prospects

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     pp. 24-46

    Mikhail Sokolov

    New Right- Wing Intellectuals in Russia- Strategies of Legitimization

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     pp. 47-75

    Marlene Laruelle

    (Neo-) Eurasianists and Politics- "Penetration" of State Structures and Indifference to Public Opinion?

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     pp. 90-101

    Andreas Umland

    Pathological Tendencies in Russian "Neo- Eurasianism": The Significance of the Rise of Aleksandr Dugin for the Interpretation of Public Life in Contemporary Russia

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     pp. 76-89

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    Is Russia a Nation- State?

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     pp. 3-7

    Alexei Miller

    The Nation as a Framework for Political Life

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     pp. 8-29

    Valery Tishkov

    What Are Russia and the Russian People?

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     pp. 30-59

    Emil Pain

    Russia Between Empire and Nation

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     pp. 60-86

    Aleksandr Kustarev

    The Nation- Crisis of a Project and of a Concept

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     pp. 87-96

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The World After the Russian- Georgian War: Views from the Region

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     pp. 3-8

    Kirill Solovev

    Thoughts on the Political Map of Europe at the Beginning of the Twenty- First Century

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     pp. 9-18

    Dmitrii Trenin

    The Post- August World

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    Sergei Lavrov

    Face to Face with America Between Nonconfrontation and Convergence

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     pp. 45-60

    Aleksandr Dugin

    After Tskhinvali- Interests and Values

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     pp. 61-70

    Sergei Markedonov

    The "Five- Day War"- Preliminary Results and Consequences

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     pp. 71-79

    George Khelashvili

    Russia at a Historic Crossroads- A New China or Serbia?

     No.3

     pp. 80-83

    Olexiy Haran, Petro Burkovsky

    War in Georgia and the Ukrainian Reaction

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     pp. 84-88

    Igor Rudich, Sergei Cherevatyi

    For Whom the Georgian Bell Tolls

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    Zurab Bezhanishvili

    Between Conflict and Partnership: Contemporary Developments in Russian- Georgian Relations

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     pp. 19-35

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Role of Corruption in Russian Politics

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     pp. 3-7

    Svetlana Iu. Barsukova

    Corruption- Academic Debates and Russian Reality

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     pp. 8-27

    Irina B. Olimpieva

    Background Corruption in Small and Medium- Size Business

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     pp. 28-42

    Mikhail Afanasev

    The Quality of the State- Russia's Chief Problem

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     pp. 58-72

    Vladimir L. Rimskii

    Corruption in Interactions Between Russian Citizens and Representatives of State Agencies

     No.4

     pp. 73-86

    Aleksei Mazur

    How to Conquer Corruption?- Only "Commissars" Can Fix the Bureaucracy

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     pp. 87-96

    S.P. Peregudov

    Business and State Bureaucracy in Russia

     No.4

     pp. 43-57

    Dmitry Gorenburg, Andrey Makarychev

    Russia's Discourses on Neighborhood and Identity

     No.5

     pp. 3-9

    Emil Pain

    The Russian- Georgian Armed Conflict- An Acute Case of Poisoning with Imperial Illusions

     No.5

     pp. 10-25

    Oleg Riabov, Andrzej de Lazari

    Misha and the Bear- The Bear Metaphor for Russia in Representations of the "Five- Day War"

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     pp. 26-39

    Andrey Makarychev

    Russia, NATO, and the "Color Revolutions"

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     pp. 40-51

    Sergei Glebov

    Concerning "Strange" Relations

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     pp. 52-65

    Alexander Astrov

    States of Sovereignty- "Nature," "Emergency," and "Exception" in the "Bronze Soldier" Crisis

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     pp. 66-79

    Oleg Reut

    The Republic of Karelia in the Baltic- Barents Region

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     pp. 80-90

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    Russia's Political Future: Scenarios and Projections

     No.6

     pp. 3-6

    Andrei Melville, Ivan Timofeev

    Russia 2020- Alternative Scenarios and Public Preferences

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     pp. 7-33

    Irina Busygina

    Breadth and Prospects- Regionally Specific Factors in the Realization of Development Scenarios

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     pp. 34-39

    Nikolai Petrov

    Warm Spell or Spring Thaw?- Imagined and Real Changes in the Russian Political System

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     pp. 40-46

    S.P. Peregudov

    The Russian Political System After the Elections of 2007- 2008- Stabilizing and Destabilizing Factors

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     pp. 47-87

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    Dmitry Gorenburg

    Center- Periphery Relations After Ten Years of Centralization

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     pp. 3-7

    Aleksandr Libman

    Cycles of Decentralization in the Post- Soviet Space

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     pp. 8-20

    Alla E. Chirikova

    Regional Elites in Contemporary Russia

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     pp. 21-39

    Alla E. Chirikova

    The Power Vertical in the Assessments of Regional Elites

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     pp. 40-57

    L.E. Bliakher, L.A. Vasileva

    The Russian Far East in a State of Suspension

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     pp. 80-95

    Rostislav F. Turovskii

    How Russian Governors Are Appointed

     No.1

     pp. 58-79

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Structure of Regional Politics in Russia

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     pp. 3-6

    Vladimir Gelman

    The Dynamics of Subnational Authoritarianism

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     pp. 7-26

    Rostislav F. Turovskii

    Regional Political Regimes in Russia

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     pp. 27-49

    Maksim Vaskov

    The Upper Echelon of the Russian North Caucasus

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     pp. 50-67

    Galina Zvereva

    What Will "We" Be Called Now?- Formulas of Collective Self- Identification in Contemporary Russia

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     pp. 68-92

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Future of Russia's Military

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     pp. 3-5

    Aleksandr Golts

    The Secret Reform

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     pp. 6-22

    Leonid Fishman

    Is It Possible to Reincorporate the Army into Society?

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     pp. 23-34

    Andrei A. Kokoshin

    Notes on the Creation of an "Innovative Russian Army"

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     pp. 35-43

    Stanislav Kuvaldin

    Armed Forces for a Modest Power

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     pp. 44-52

     

    Urgent Problems and the Logic of Military Reform

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     pp. 53-90

    Alexei Miller

    Russia- Power and History

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     pp. 8-34

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Politics of Russian History

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     pp. 3-7

    Galina Mikhaleva

    Overcoming the Totalitarian Past- Foreign Experience and Russian Problems

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     pp. 35-45

    Boris Dubin

    The Stalin Myth

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     pp. 46-53

    Pavel Polian

    For Whom Did the Tsar Bell Toll?

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     pp. 54-64

    Valery A. Tishkov

    History, Historians, and State Power- Speech Delivered at an International Round Table, Moscow, 2 February 2010

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     pp. 70-79

     

    Overcoming Stalinism and Bolshevism as a Condition for Modernizing Russia in the Twenty-First Century

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     pp. 80-88

    Valery A. Tishkov

    Directive to the Heads of Russian Academy of Sciences Institutes

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     pp. 93-94

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Politics of History in the Former Soviet Union

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     pp. 3-6

    Alexander Astrov

    Estonia- The Political Struggle for a Place in History

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     pp. 7-24

    Georgii Kas'ianov

    The Holodomor and the Building of a Nation

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     pp. 25-47

    Victor Shnirelman

    A Symbolic Past- The Struggle for Ancestors in Central Asia

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     pp. 48-64

    Slavomir Horak

    In Search of the History of Tajikistan- What Are Tajik and Uzbek Historians Arguing About?

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     pp. 65-77

    Sergei Abashin

    Mustakillik and Remembrance of the Imperial Past- Passing Through the Halls of the Tashkent Museum in Memory of the Victims of Repression

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     pp. 78-91

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    Russia in the Western World

     No.6

     pp. 3-6

    Andrei Andreev

    Russians' Views on Foreign Policy After the Caucasus Crisis

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     pp. 7-18

    Pavel Tsygankov, Filipp Fominykh

    The Anti- Russian Discourse of the European Union

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     pp. 19-34

    Konstantin Voronov

    Perceptions of Russia in the European North

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     pp. 35-50

    Iurii Solozobov

    An Answer to the "Polish Question"

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     pp. 51-63

    Aleksandr Slinko

    Alienation as a Resource in Ukraine's Relations with Russia

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     pp. 64-69

    Vladimir Pastukhov

    The Power of Mutual Repulsion- Russia and Ukraine- Two Versions of One Transformation

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     pp. 70-84

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    Irina Papkova, Dmitry P. Gorenburg

    The Russian Orthodox Church and Russian Politics

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     pp. 3-7

    Aleksei Makarkin

    The Russian Orthodox Church

     No.1

     pp. 8-23

    Sergei Filatov

    Socio- Religious Life in Russia in the Fall of 2009

     No.1

     pp. 24-45

    A.E. Sebentsov

    Religion in the System of State Power

     No.1

     pp. 46-56

    Patriarch Kirill

    Address at the Grand Opening of the Third Assembly of the Russian World

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     pp. 57-64

    Gennadii Druzenko

    Geopolitics from the Patriarch- The Heavenly Kingdom Versus the "Russian World"

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     pp. 65-73

    Patriarch Kirill

    Address at the Opening of the Eighteenth International Christmas Readings

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     pp. 74-82

    Mikhail Sitnikov

    Orthodox Bolshevism

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     pp. 83-90

    Irina Ivoilova, Sergei Kuksin

    They Did Not Take It on Faith

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     pp. 91-93

    Dmitry Gorenburg

    The Nature of the Russian Political System