Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

Herausgeber: Dr. Andreas Umland

ISSN 1614-3515

2004 gegründet und seit 2007 begutachtet, eröffnet SPPS den Zugang zu englischen, deutschen und russischen wissenschaftlichen Studien zu verschiedenen empirischen Aspekten aus der jüngsten Geschichte und aktuellen Themen im ehemaligen Sowjetblock von der späten Zarenzeit bis heute, sowohl für ein akademisches als auch ein generell interessiertes Publikum. Es werden 15-20 Publikationen pro Jahr veröffentlicht, die sich vor allem mit Themen zum Übergang zur und von der Demokratie beschäftigen, wie Wirtschaftskrisen, Identitätsfindung, Gesellschaftsentwicklung und Verfassungsreform in Mittelosteuropa und der Gemeinschaft unabhängiger Staaten. SPPS versucht auch, wenig erforschte Themen in Osteuropa wie Rechtsradikalismus, Religion, höhere Bildung und Menschenrechtsschutz, in den Fokus zu stellen.

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  1. The Integration Policies of Belarus and Ukraine vis-à-vis the EU and Russia

    Alla Leukavets

    The Integration Policies of Belarus and Ukraine vis-à-vis the EU and Russia

    A Comparative Case Study Through the Prism of a Two-Level Game Approach
    39,90 €
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    356 Seiten
    The escalating rivalry between the EU and Russia in their shared neighborhood creates important economic, political, and legal challenges for the lands in between. Belarus and Ukraine have received proposals...
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  2. The EU’s Impact on Identity Formation in East-Central Europe between 2004 and 2013

    Michal Vit

    The EU’s Impact on Identity Formation in East-Central Europe between 2004 and 2013

    Perceptions of the Nation and Europe in Political Parties of the Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia
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    258 Seiten
    The Czech Republic, Poland, and Slovakia share similar experiences in the past, and a swift post-communist integration into the originally West European communities of democratic countries, as their “return...
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  3. Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine II

    Adam Reichardt

    Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine II

    An Oral History of the Revolution on Granite, Orange Revolution, and Revolution of Dignity
    79,90 €
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    820 Seiten
    The second part of this multi-volume project assembles a series of recollections and debates on the Ukrainian revolutions of 1990, 2004, and 2013–2014. After an introduction to the methodology of oral...
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  4. When the Future Came: The Collapse of the USSR and the Emergence of National Memory in Post-Soviet History Textbooks
    29,90 €
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    202 Seiten
    This captivating volume brings together case studies drawn from four post-Soviet states—Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldova. The collected papers illustrate how the events that started in 1985 and...
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  5. Migration as a (Geo-)Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space

    Olga R. Gulina

    Migration as a (Geo-)Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space

    Border Regimes, Policy Choices, Visa Agendas
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    156 Seiten
    Over the last three decades, migration management in the newly independent states which emerged from the ruins of the USSR in 1991 has become a tool for staking out zones of influence, a winning slogan...
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  6. Religion, Expression, and Patriotism in Russia

    Sanna Turoma, Kaarina Aitamurto, Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover

    Religion, Expression, and Patriotism in Russia

    Essays on Post-Soviet Society and the State
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    240 Seiten
    The 2010s saw an introduction of legislative acts about religion, sexuality, and culture in Russia, which caused an uproar of protests. They politicized areas of life commonly perceived as private and...
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  7. Geopolitical Rivalries in the “Common Neighborhood”

    Vasif Huseynov

    Geopolitical Rivalries in the “Common Neighborhood”

    Russia's Conflict with the West, Soft Power, and Neoclassical Realism
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    288 Seiten
    This timely book analyses ‘soft power’ in the light of neoclassical realist premises as part of the foreign policy toolkit of great powers to expand their sphere of influence. Vasif Huseynov argues...
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  8. Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine I

    Pawel Kowal, Georges Mink, Iwona Reichardt

    Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine I

    Theoretical Aspects and Analyses on Religion, Memory, and Identity
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    800 Seiten
    Volume One of Three Revolutions presents the overall research and discussions on topics related to the revolutionary events that have unfolded in Ukraine since 1990. The three revolutions referred to in...
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  9. Legal Change in Post-Communist States

    Kaja Gadowska, Peter H. Solomon, Jr.

    Legal Change in Post-Communist States

    Progress, Reversions, Explanations
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    340 Seiten
    Reformers had high hopes that the end of communism in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union would lead to significant improvements in legal institutions and the role of law in public administration....
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  10. Romania’s Strategic Culture 1990–2014

    Iulia-Sabina Joja

    Romania’s Strategic Culture 1990–2014

    Continuity and Change in a Post-Communist Country’s Evolution of National Interests and Security Policies
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    226 Seiten
    Analysis of strategic culture facilitates a comprehensive understanding of a nation’s security identity and patterns of policy conduct. Though strategic culture changes over time, why and how these mutations...
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