East European Studies on Harvard University during the “Cold War” Era (based upon memoirs by M.K.Dziewanowski)
East and West. History and Contemporary State of Eastern Studies: conference, Centre for East European studies, University of Warsaw, October 26-28, 2008
Варшава: Studium Europy Wschod., Uniw. warszawski, 2012
, В кн.: Зарубежное россиеведение. .: М.: Проспект, 2012.. Гл. Раздел 1, Глава 2. С. 59-75.
Глава содержит характеристику взаимного влияния россиеведческих (советологических) исследований за рубежом и отечествоведческих штудий в СССР (России). Показаны различные формы конфронтации и кооперации ученых, воздействие на их отношения идеологических и политических факторов, последствия разрыва международных научных связей. Особое внимание уделено продолжительной и неоднозначной эпохе «холодной войны». ...
Added: March 10, 2013
, , В кн.: Запад - Восток - Россия 2014. Ежегодник. .: М.: ИМЭМО РАН, 2015.. Гл. 7. С. 43-48.
Although US-Russia relations are far from being at the center of the general world politica agenda, the newly begun US-Russia confrontation is the sharpest and most important round of struggle for a new international order since the end of the Cold war. This confrontation has marked an end to the intermediary period of the international ...
Added: March 17, 2016
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
Научная кооперация и инфраструктуры знания в годы Холодной войны: новые направления зарубежной историографии
, , , Новая и новейшая история 2016
The article examines foreign historiography on cooperation of experts from different countries in the Cold War, published in the last decade. It investigates some academic projects and published papers which propose studying the scientific cooperation of experts from various countries despite “the Iron curtain”. ...
Added: October 14, 2015
, Дипломатическая служба 2019 № 1 С. 12-22
Abstract The relations between Russia and America are experiencing presently the deepest (at least since the end of the Cold War) crisis. The Russian-American dialogue on arms control is in decline, contacts between the two countries at the highest and high political levels have sharply decreased, and the inter-parliamentary dialogue is almost completely curtailed; under the ...
Added: August 20, 2019
, Новое литературное обозрение 2018 Т. 152 № 4 С. 146-158
Vsevolod Kochetov’s (1912–1973) novel What Do You Want Then? (1969) was perceived in the USSR and the West as a manifesto for far-right, neo-Stalinist forces. This opus was an extended lampoon of the “liberals of the sixties” — those poets and authors who, while maintaining quite conformist public behavior, strove to make the Soviet regime and Soviet literature more democratic and (in their view) contemporary. In this novel, Kochetov essentially ...
Added: November 1, 2019
, R/evolutions: global trends & regional issues 2014 Vol. 2 No. 1 P. 342-353
The article examines the history of relations between France and its former colonies in Western and Central Africa after independence, and the Françafrique as a neo-colonial phenomenon and a specific Gaullist instrument of great power politics. The author studies the main trends in France’s African policy, its objectives, postures and bottlenecks, and he tries to ...
Added: March 1, 2015
, Russia in Global Affairs 2014 Vol. 12 No. 4 P. 20-32
The Russian-U.S. confrontation provoked by the Ukrainian crisis is most often viewed as a purely regional phenomenon. However, its roots are much deeper than the problems faced by Ukraine; its nature is much more complex than the ongoing geopolitical struggle for that country; and its consequences affect the United States’ relations with other centers of ...
Added: February 20, 2015
, , et al., Cross-Cultural Research 2017 Vol. 51 No. 1 P. 26-50
In this article, we re-analyze the hypothesis that the relationship between the type of political regime and its political instability forms an inverted U shape. Following this logic, consistent democracies and autocracies are more stable regimes, whereas intermediate regimes (anocracies) display the lowest levels of political stability. We re-test this hypothesis using a data set ...
Added: November 30, 2016
Warsz.: [б.и.], 2013
This Review provides a general overview of topics pertaining to the sphere of the Eastern studies as they were presented on the 9th Annual Session of Warsaw East European Conference (2012, July 15-18), University of Warsaw, Poland. ...
Added: November 11, 2014
, Foreign Literature Studies 2016 Vol. 38 No. 5 P. 1-8
Professor Galin Tihanov from University of London as an elected member of Academia Europaea and Professor Fu Qilin at Sichuan University make a conversation on the new development of Marxist literary theory in both East-Europe and China. ...
Added: October 20, 2017
«Важность сохранения наблюдательного поста социалистических стран…»: к истории закрытия консульства Чехословакии в ЮАР в 1963 г.
, Электронный научно-образовательный журнал "История" 2018 Т. 9 № 5 С. 1-13
The publication of the documents of the Foreign Policy Archive of the Russian Federation is devoted to the history of closure of the consulate of Czechoslovakia in South Africa in 1963. These documents reflect the interactions between the USSR and its Eastern European ally related to politics in Africa. They demonstrate what sources of information ...
Added: September 14, 2018
, Перспективы 2017 № 1 С. 82-100
The article reviews and comments on the overall record of American foreign poliicy and strategy over the past two hundred years presented in the recent book of P. Anderson - a well-known historian and a leftist theoretician. Special attention is given to analysing his approach to the period of Cold War (1945-1991) as well as ...
Added: February 25, 2018
, Дипломатическая служба 2020 № 1 С. 27-34
In this article, the "Cold War" is understood as a situation where the relationship between the leading States is determined by ideological confrontation and, at the same time, the presence of nuclear weapons precludes the development of this confrontation into a large-scale armed conflict. Such a situation has developed in the years 1945-1989, during the ...
Added: February 18, 2020
, Дискуссия 2014 № 10 С. 89-113
С окончанием «холодной войны» в американском внешнеполитическом сознании сформировалось представление об «однополярном мире», глобальным лидером и системообразующей конструкцией которого являются США. Это отразилось на особенностях внешнеполитического сознания элит, их концептуально-теоретической базе восприятия существующего международного порядка и стратегии его изменения в соответствии с политическим идеалом. На исходе 2000-х эта устойчивая парадигма столкнулась с серьезным испытанием в ...
Added: December 25, 2014
, 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
, 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
, , Die Welt des Islams 2021 Vol. 61
Fazliddin Muhammadiev’s Dar on dunyo (“In the other world”), first published in Tajik in 1965 and later translated to Russian, Uzbek, and many other languages, is the only known fictionalized account of the ḥajj produced in the Soviet Union. Based on a trip made by the author in 1963, the novel provided the Soviet reader a rare glimpse ...
Added: November 2, 2020