4 edition of Ethnicity and the Soviet future found in the catalog.
1991 by Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Allan Laine Kagedan.|
|Contributions||Kagedan, Allan L., Norman Paterson School of International Affairs., Conference on "Ethnicity and the Soviet Future" (1990 : Carleton University)|
|LC Classifications||JN6520.S8 E84 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||92200352|
Dr. Carmack, an independent specialist in Soviet history, has a particular interest in the non-Slavic peoples of the U.S.S.R., a surprisingly neglected subject; although about a third of Soviet troops during the war were of non-Slavic origins. In this work he gives us the first history of Kazakhstan.
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The collapse of the Soviet empire in removed a decades-long system of successful control of potential ethnic and regional conflict. The result was the eruption of numerous conflicts over state-building, some of which degenerated into violence and some of which were resolved or prevented by strategies of accommodation.
This volume explores the common trends and differences in the responses of the new post-Soviet states to the problems of state-building in ethnically and regionally divided societies, focusing on the impact of ethnic and regional conflicts on post-communist Cited by: ethnic nationalism and for the future of the Soviet Union were power-ful enough to warrant publication.
Several participants in the debate agreed to provide the Soviet authors with extended critiques and guid-ance in revision. They also agreed to supply written commentaries on the Soviet papers' final versions.
In the course of organizing those. Based on the foregoing, the present paper identi es how the ethnic character of both the Soviet nation and the state.
Keywords: Ethnic, Power, the Soviet Union. An introductory essay by the editor discusses how the works in teh book contribute to our understanding of the current disintegration and analyzes opposing perspectives in the debates.
Intended for use as a textbook in undergraduate or graduate courses on Soviet nationality problems or Soviet and post-Soviet domestic politics, this anthology Cited by: Ethnic and national conflicts have been an unexpected and major source of problems in many parts of the world in recent times.
Nowhere more so than in the formerly communist countries. This book provides a readable introduction to, and brief analytical coverage of, all the ethnic disputes of the s. This research brief describes work documented in The Ethnic Factor in the Soviet Armed Forces: Historical Experience, Current Practices, and Implications for the Future —.
History in the Soviet Union was a political project. From the Soviet perspective, Buryats, an indigenous Siberian ethnic group, were a backwards nationality that was carried along on the inexorable march towards the Communist utopian future.
When the Soviet Union ended, the Soviet version of history lost its power and Buryats, like other Siberian indigenous peoples, were able to.
It is not "easy reading"- It is more like a text book than a best seller. It does offer a clear view, well documented and supported, of how different ethnic and social groups have developed over the history of civilization.
It provides insight as to why some modern culture groups are failing, while other groups in the same society are doing s: The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr has had a some influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military.
Its publication in was well received in Russia. The post-Communist world has seen a dramatic revival of ethnicity and nationalism. The volume explores the contemporary sources, scope and intensity of nationality conflicts in the context of a disintegrating Soviet Empire.
This book is his account of ethnicity, nationalism, and conflict in the territory of the former Soviet Union, focusing particularly on the Russian federation, and drawing on his personal political experience and inside knowledge of major events.
This collection by established experts on the area covers the dramatic Soviet interventions of the early twentieth century, and details the role of ethnicity and the contribution made by Islamic 5/5(1). Problems of Ethnicity in Soviet Ethnographic Studies On the Typology of Ethnic Communities Psychotopology and its Application to Cross-Disciplinary, Cross.
Book Description: Taken together, the Russian census of and the Soviet censuses of,and constitute the largest collection of empirical data available on that country, but until the publication of this book inthe daunting complexity of that material prevented Western scholars from exploiting the censuses fully.
Social and ethnic tensions have been brought to a head by the plummeting living standards of the population. All this has paved the way, in most former Soviet republics, for the establishment of authoritarian-nationalist regimes which inflame nationalist passions even more.
Conflicts flaring up as a result further exacerbate the plight of the. Researching a book on Lenin, Prof Service came across details of how Trotsky, who was of Jewish origin, asked the politburo in to ensure that Jews were enrolled in.
On Ruins of Empire: Ethnicity and Nationalism in the Former Soviet Union (Contributions in Political Science) Categories: E-Books & Audio Books pages. The Formation of Ethnic Groups --Ethnic Groups into Nations --Ethnicity and Nationhood under Communism --The s in Central and Eastern Europe --Ethnic Conflict and Compromise in the Former Soviet Union --Reasons for Conflict and Prospects for the Future.
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Population transfer in the Soviet Union was the forced transfer of various groups from the s up to the s ordered by Joseph may be classified into the following broad categories: deportations of "anti-Soviet" categories of population (often classified as "enemies of workers"), deportations of entire nationalities, labor force transfer, and organized migrations in opposite.
The study summarized here represents the first major, multidimensional effort to address the ethnic factor in the Soviet armed forces. It examines the historical context and experience of the multinational Red Army, analyzes in detail present practices designed to deal with ethnicity, and posits the implications of demographic changes and the options available to the Soviet authorities.
Cuba on the Brink: Castro, the Missle Crisis, and the Soviet Collapse James G. Blight, Author, Jorge I. Dominguez, Author, Bruce Allyn, With Pantheon Books $30 (p) ISBN More. Identities in Transition Strategies for Ethnic Accord in Post-Soviet States PART FOUR: CONCLUSION: DESTROYING REALITY THROUGH THEORY (OR 'BACK TO THE IVORY TOWERS').
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Valery Tishkov is a well-known Russian historian and anthropologist, and former Minister of Nationalities in Yeltsin's government.
This newly revised and expanded second edition of The Soviet Union Today provides a comprehensive introduction to contemporary Soviet reality. Written by thirty experts, the book is divided into eight general sections: history, politics, the armed forces, the physical context, the economy, science and technology, culture, and society.
Taken together, the Russian census of and the Soviet censuses of,and constitute the largest collection of empirical data available on that country, but until the publication of this book inthe daunting complexity of that material prevented Western scholars from.
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Fedir Pihido-Pravoberezhnyi, "Velyka Vitchyzniana Viina": Spohady ta. Words6 Pages Ethnic Conflict With a long stemming past of ethnic conflict within Yugoslavia, the country at long last disassembled over what historians would argue was “The bloodiest war in Europe since World War II” (Multi-Ethnic Conflict: Yugoslavia.).
The Post-Soviet Wars is a comparative account of the organized violence in the Caucusus region, looking at four key areas: Chechnya, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Dagestan. Zürcher’s goal is to understand the origin and nature of the violence in these regions, the response and suppression from the post-Soviet regime and the resulting outcomes, all with an eye toward understanding why.
on the Soviet Union For example, Ikle argues that the ‘Soviet system, in harness with communism, destroyed the Soviet economy and thus hastened the self-destruction of the Soviet empire’ Other scholars argue that the Soviet Empire was overstretched, emphasizing the large military forces required to hold it, the economic.
Slavic ethnic groups and ethnopolitical issues. The approximately different ethnic groups and languages that comprise the Soviet Union create an imposing challenge to television broadcasting.
To some extent the needs of the various populations vis-à-vis the state are supposed to be reflected in the structure of the broadcasting system. Russians in Ukraine (Ukrainian: Росіяни в Україні, Rosiyany v Ukrayini; Russian: Русские на Украине, Russkiye na Ukrainye) are the largest ethnic minority in the country, which community forms the largest single Russian diaspora in the world.
In the Ukrainian census, 8, identified as ethnic Russians (% of the population of Ukraine), this is the. Per this forecast, the Soviet gross national product would overtake the United States at some point between twenty-three and thirty-six years in the future.
Curiously, by the edition of the textbook this same graph had shifted forward by two decades so that the point of projected intersection would still take place between twenty-two and.
The cookbook of Soviet cuisine, The Book About Delicious and Healthy Food, opens with a Stalinesque slogan: “Towards abundance!”Earlier that decade, famines had devastated the Soviet.
The Making of the Georgian Nation follows Georgian history, from the first millennium B.C., through the years of Russian and Soviet rule in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, to the rise of an independent republic inwhich also started the ethnic and civil war, and prospects for Georgia’s future.
Catalog of books published between March and August by Cornell University Press and its imprints. View the PDF or the ISSUU version. More Catalogs. 2 / Asian Studies New and recent books published in the field of Asian studies by Cornell University Press and its imprints. (1) But while the theme of human diversity has echoed broadly throughout the recent literature of Russia and the Soviet Union, the works under review are among the first to address head on two of the most powerful and pervasive measures of difference: ethnicity in Juliette Cadiot's Le Labaratoire imperial, and race in Marina Mogil'ner's Homo.
We learn how ancient customs clash with gas production and witness the underlying conflicts between ethnic Russians and the majority in a country that is slowly building its future in nationalist colors.
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Misiunas --Islam and nationality in Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union / Tadeusz Swietochowski --Soviet emigration policies toward.
This is a good book and an unique perspective on the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, I think Mr. Plokhy's thesis is at best circumstantial.
His claim is that the Soviet Union was falling not because of the financial difficulties and the archaic government system, but because of the independence movements in the nations that comprised of /5(90).book review Diversity, Violence, and Recognition: How Recognizing Ethnic Identity Promotes Peace Elisabeth King and Cyrus Samii, New York: Oxford University Press, Pp.
99$.The Soviet famine of –33 was a major famine that killed millions of people in the major grain-producing areas of the Soviet Union, including Ukraine, Northern Caucasus, Volga Region and Kazakhstan, the South Urals, and West Siberia.
It has been estimated that between and million died in Ukraine and 2 million (42% of all Kazakhs) died in Kazakhstan.