Russia and Peaceful Change: From Gorbachev to Putin
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Oxford University Press, 2020
Рецензия на кн.: C. В. Мазов. Холодная война в «сердце Африки»: СССР и конголезский кризис, 1960–1964. М.: Университет Дмитрия Пожарского, 2015. 132 с.
, Новая и новейшая история 2017 № 2 С. 203-205
Рецензия на кн.: C. В. Мазов. Холодная война в «сердце Африки»: СССР и конголезский кризис, 1960–1964. М.: Университет Дмитрия Пожарского, 2015. 132 с. ...
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, International Politics 2022 No. 59 P. 616-639
IR has failed to develop a consistent and coherent conceptualization of revisionism. Conceptual stretching, false comparison, and “status quo biases” pervade the literature. In order to overcome these problems, the article develops a novel typology of revisionism that differentiates revisionist states by the scope of their revisionist aims as well and the means they are ...
Added: October 12, 2021
, International Affairs 2015 Vol. 91 No. 3 P. 553-579
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, Артикульт 2018 № 32 С. 182-190
This paper considers the Soviet strategies of film propaganda during the early Cold War. Through analyzing articles on American cinema published in the Soviet press, this research reveals the tendencies relevant for representation of American cinema in the USSR during the shift from war alliance to ideological and cultural battle, i. e. in 1947. ...
Added: March 2, 2019
, Вестник Пермского университета. Серия: Политология 2018 № 1 С. 75-91
History is usually considered both a factor of development of the strategic culture, and a source of empirical evidence about it. However, what actually shapes perceptions of security threats is not “history” as objectivist analytic reconstruction of the collective past but shared ideas about this past. The article proposes the theoretical frame for an analysis ...
Added: October 22, 2018
, Russia in Global Affairs 2017 No. 1 P. 35-48
The current elites lack Primakov’s ability to find a balance between national and international interests, see a better future, and choose the best way to achieve it. It is this ability that has placed Primakov among the brilliant representatives of realist thought. ...
Added: March 15, 2017
, , , in : Media and the Politics of Arctic Climate Change: When the Ice Breaks. : NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Ch. 4. P. 70-92.
In this chapter we want to see what historical narratives can tell us in order to better understand our concerns with the vanishing ice as evidence of a current mega-transition. Was the 2007 minimum unique? When and why did science start to study Arctic sea ice? Have there been periods of an ice-free Arctic Sea ...
Added: November 17, 2013
, М. : Весь мир, 2018
ABSTRACT The phenomenon of the cold war arose as a consequence of the manifold changes that took place in the world as a result of the second world war. Only the USSR and the USA emerged from the flames of the second world war as powerful and independent world powers, thus becoming pillars of the bipolar ...
Added: August 20, 2019
Актуальні проблеми зовнішньої політики України: Матеріали VІІ Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції студентів та молодих вчених
, - : Чернівецький національний університет, 2013
The paper examines the relevance of stereotypes and myths of the Cold War in contemporary relations between Russia and the USA. The continuing antagonism of the states in many areas indicates the presence of bloc mentality of foreign policy that has not been eliminated despite the collapse of the bipolar system of international relations. ...
Added: March 15, 2017
Академические практики прогнозирования в международных отношениях: методологические доминанты и нерешенные проблемы
, , et al., Вестник МГИМО Университета 2018 Т. 63 № 6 С. 159-193
The article is devoted to the analysis of research tools that are dominant in international relations forecasting. The study is based on quantitative description of 160 prognostic articles from leading journals on international relations for the period from 2006 to 2015. An innovative typology of prognostic studies is proposed and tested. The typology introduces a ...
Added: January 11, 2019
, Corvinus Journal of International Affairs, Hungary 2020 Vol. 5 No. 1 P. 10-16
The paper discusses the so-called «anti-Israel» campaign which the USSR started after the Six Day War between Israel and the Arab countries. The focus of the analysis is on the connection of this campaign and the general dynamics of the Cold War. The paper introduces the main lines of propaganda that sought to frame the ...
Added: October 20, 2020
From “Greater Europe” to “Greater Eurasia”: Status concerns and the evolution of Russia’s approach to alignment and regional integration
, , Journal of Eurasian Studies 2021 Vol. 12 No. 1 P. 86-99
Russia’s approach to alignment and regional integration has evolved dramatically—from a focus on the West and disinterest and neglect of regional integration in the 1990s, to vigorous efforts to reintegrate the post-Soviet space under Russian leadership in the period between 2009 and 2014, to forming a “Greater Eurasia” that transcends the post-Soviet space and includes ...
Added: October 12, 2021
, Journal of Modern Russian History and Historiography, USA 2019 No. 12 P. 169-187
Catherine ii’s foreign policy has been traditionally considered very successful. She won three wars and incorporated large territories into the Russian Empire making her country one of Europe’s great powers. But arguments for this kind of evaluation miss Catherine’s own perspective. The article argues that the empress failed to reach any of the initial goals she had put forward. ...
Added: September 28, 2019
, Oxford : Legenda, 2008
Yiddish-speaking groups of Communists played a visible role in many countries, most notably in the Soviet Union, United States, Poland, France, Canada, Argentina and Uruguay. The sacrificial role of the Red Army, and the Soviet Union as a whole, reinforced the Left movement in the post-Holocaust Jewish world. Apart from card-careering devotees, such groups attracted ...
Added: June 13, 2017
Computers for the Planned Economy: Franco–Soviet Scientific–Technical Cooperation during the Cold War
, , Europe-Asia Studies 2022 Vol. 74 No. 4 P. 545-568
This paper contributes to the studies of governmentalities of the late 20th century which are predominantly focused on the raise and on various national careers of neoliberal ideas and policy prescriptions, and have only rarely taken into account another powerful trend related to proliferation of information technologies. To complement available research on the role of computer ...
Added: October 17, 2019
История генетического кода как генеалогия будущего. Размышления о книге Лили Кей «Кто написал Книгу Жизни?»
, В кн. : МЕТОД: Московский ежегодник трудов из обществоведческих дисциплин. Вып. 11: Вслед за Дарвином. Эволюция знания об эволюции и самого феномена развития.: М. : ИНИОН РАН, 2021. С. 406-421.
This article examines the prospects for the ideas outlined in the monograph by Lily E. Kay «Who Wrote the Book of Life? History of the Genetic Code». Firstly, it is argued that this book is an important contribution to the cultural history of science. L.E. Kay connects the formation of molecular biology in the mid ...
Added: November 1, 2022
, , et al., M. : Advanced Solutions, 2022
The monograph is the outcome of the III International Conference “East and West at the Stage of New Transformations: the Post-Covid Changes”, organized by the School of Regional Studies, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, HSE University, on November 17—18 2021. ...
Added: January 26, 2023
, , et al., В кн. : Россия и Африка. Документы и материалы. 1961 – начало 1970-х. : М. : Политическая энциклопедия, 2021. С. 29-133.
Added: October 19, 2021
СПб., Волгоград : Волгоградский государственный университет, 2017
The main subject of the current compilation in the "Americana" series is the history of the Cold War. Among the articles there are authors from Volgograd, Saint Petersburg, Tokio, Saragossa and other international research centers. The works comprise the history of the struggle against the recognition of the USSR by the USA in the 1930s ...
Added: December 11, 2019
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
This comparative study shows how the revival of geopolitics came not despite, but because of, the end of the Cold War. Disoriented in their self-understandings and conception of external role by the events of 1989, many European foreign policy actors used the determinism of geopolitical thought to find their place in world politics quickly. The ...
Added: November 6, 2013
, Russia in Global Affairs 2019 Vol. 17 No. 2 P. 202-220
Russia in Global Affairs Editor Alexander Solovyov talks with Vladimir P. Lukin about the intellectual misery of political science, the will of people and the power of things, the reassessment of the Cold War and national interests, “the society of the spectacle” in the 21st century and the advance of artificial intelligence, about attempts to ...
Added: October 12, 2020
Budapest : CEU Press, 2018
In recent years, a remarkable flourishing of works on the postwar history of social science and humanities disciplines led to the growing configuration of a field of “Cold War social science” research. Yet in spite of its thematic diversity, and with few exceptions, the geography of the field remains overwhelmingly North American and Western European. ...
Added: March 5, 2019
, , Российская история 2009 № 3 С. 104-106
This is the report on the conference "Cold War in Arctic" held in Arkhangelsk in 2008. ...
Added: September 14, 2019
, East-West Review: Journal of the Great Britain-Russia Society 2014 Vol. 13 No. 2 P. 5-11
Mutual understanding between Russian and British historians has significantly improved since the end of the Сold war. Among other things it has improved in the sphere of African studies. ...
Added: March 18, 2015