THINKING THROUGH TRANSITION
feb07

THINKING THROUGH TRANSITION

Michal Kopeček – Piotr Wciślik THINKING THROUGH TRANSITION Thinking through Transition is the first concentrated effort to explore the most recent chapter of East Central European past from the perspective of intellectual history. Post-socialism can be understood as a period of scarcity and preponderance of ideas, the dramatic eclipsing of the dissident legacy (aswell as the older political traditions), and the rise of...

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Nation-Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space
feb07

Nation-Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space

Rico Isaacs, Abel Polese Nation-Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space Nation-building as a process is never complete and issues related to identity, nation, state and regime-building are recurrent in the post-Soviet region. This comparative, inter-disciplinary volume explores how nation-building tools emerged and evolved over the last twenty years. Featuring in-depth case studies from countries throughout the post-Soviet...

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Aleksandar Rankovic e la Jugoslavia socialista
feb06

Aleksandar Rankovic e la Jugoslavia socialista

Luca Susic Aleksandar Rankovic e la Jugoslavia socialista L’opera analizza la storia politica di Aleksandar Ranković, a lungo braccio destro di Tito e vicepresidente della Jugoslavia, che venne allontanato da tutte le cariche in seguito al Plenum di Brioni del 1966, durante il quale fu accusato di aver cospirato ai danni di Tito e di altri esponenti di spicco della Lega dei Comunisti. Vittima di una damnatio memoriae e dell’odio dei...

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Vocabularies of International Relations after the Crisis in Ukraine
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Vocabularies of International Relations after the Crisis in Ukraine

Andrey Makarychev, Alexandra Yatsyk Vocabularies of International Relations after the Crisis in Ukraine The conflict in Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea has undoubtedly been a pivotal moment for policy makers and military planners in Europe and beyond. Many analysts see an unexpected character in the conflict and expect negative reverberations and a long-lasting period of turbulence and uncertainty, the de-legitimation...

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DE HISPANOAMÉRICA A ALBANIA
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DE HISPANOAMÉRICA A ALBANIA

JOSE MANUEL AZCONA PASTOR DE HISPANOAMÉRICA A ALBANIA Entre 1880 y 1930 tuvo lugar la llamada emigración en masa que llevó a Iberoamérica, fundamentalmente, a millones de españoles. La mayoría se instaló en el Cono Sur (Argentina, Uruguay y Chile). Es a partir de entonces, y especialmente tras la pérdida colonial de 1898, cuando se forja el concepto de Hispanidad. En la dictadura de Primo de Rivera (1923-1931) y en la de Francisco...

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The EU and Russia in Their Contested Neighbourhood
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The EU and Russia in Their Contested Neighbourhood

By Laure Delcour The EU and Russia in Their ‘Contested Neighbourhood’ Multiple External Influences, Policy Transfer and Domestic Change The literature on the European Union influence’s in its Eastern neighbourhood has tended to focus on EU-level policies and prioritize EU-related variables. This book seeks to overcome this EU-centric approach by connecting EU policy transfer to the domestic and regional environment in...

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