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The Freedom and Subjection in the Long 1989 Year. Societies in Eastern and Southern Europe in 1989/91―Issue 3(14), 2019

Yana Prymachenko       & Mikhail Minakov

THE VELVET REVOLUTIONS OF 1989:
A LASTING ‘END OF HISTORY’?

 

Thematic articles

Tetiana Poiarkova        & Inna Plotnytska

EVOLUTION OF PATRON-CLIENT RELATIONS IN THE USSR

 

Ivan Gomza &      Denys Tereshchenko

THEY DIVIDED THE SKY: ELITE FACTIONALISM FACTORS
DURING CONTENTIOUS POLITICS IN GDR, 1989

 

Urtak Hamiti

IT ALL STARTED IN 1989: BREAK-UP OF YUGOSLAVIA
AND KOSOVO’S STRUGGLE FOR NATIONHOOD

 

Igor Piliaiev

THE NATURE OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN THE DONBAS:
A POSTNONCLASSICAL VIEWPOINT

 

Oleh Bazhan                  & Oleksandr Trygub

REVIVAL OF THE UKRAINIAN AUTOCEPHALOUS ORTHODOX CHURCH IN 1989–1990:
FROM «INFORMAL ORGANIZATION» TO THE NATIONALLY ORIENTED DENOMINATION

 

Roman Horbyk,          Yana Prymachenko      & Yuliya Yurchuk

SHARED HISTORY IN SHATTERED SPACES:
MEDIATIZATION OF HISTORICAL SCHOLARSHIP IN UKRAINE AND BROADER EASTERN EUROPE

 

Research Articles

Valentyna Romanova   & Andreas Umland

DECENTRALISATION REFORM IN UKRAINE IN 2014-2019:
FIRST ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

 

Mikhail Minakov

POST-SOVIET EASTERN EUROPE.
ACHIEVEMENTS IN POST-SOVIET DEVELOPMENT IN SIX EASTERN EUROPEAN NATIONS, 1991–2020

 

Book reviews

Yevhen Mahda

SIGNAL OF THE RIGHT TURN IS ON. BOOK REVIEW: Anton Shekhovtsov, Russia and the Far Right. Tango Noir

 

Mikhail Minakov

PLURALIST NOSTALGIES FOR MULTIPLE PERESTROIKAS. BOOK REVIEW: Li Bennich-Björkman, Sergiy Kurbatov (Eds.) When the Future Came. The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Emergence of National Memory in Post-Soviet History Textbooks

 

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Ideology and Education in Post-Soviet Countries ― Issue 2(13), 2019

Olga Shparaga and Mikhail MinakovIDEOLOGY AND EDUCATION IN POST-SOVIET COUNTRIES. Editors’ Introduction
Tatiana ShchyttsovaWHICH CRISIS? WHOSE RATIONALITY? RETHINKING ARENDT’S CONCEPT OF NATALITY IN VIEW OF CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES FOR UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
Andrei LaurukhinTHE IDEOLOGY OF “RESOVYETIZATION” OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN BELARUS: BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY
Victoria Vengerska Educational practices of representing the «Other» in modern Ukraine: the influence of internal and external political factors
Pavel Kutuev, Maksym Yenin and Svetlana KostyukevichCHALLENGES TO THE SUCCESSFUL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT IN THE IMPACT OF MODERN IDEOLOGY OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
Alexander Golikov UKRAINIAN EDUCATION AFTER MAIDAN OF 2013: PRACTICES, EXPECTATIONS, (AC)KNOWLEDGE(MENT)
Artem Kroytor, Denys Yakovlev and Kateryna Aleksentseva-Timchenko ‘APOSTLES’ OF INDOCTRINATION: IDEOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF REPRESENTATION OF RELIGIOUS CHOICE IN THE SECONDARY EDUCATION (BASED ON ANALYSIS OF EXPERT INTERVIEWS)
Inna KhovrakTHE IMPACT OF UNIVERSITIES ON SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT: UKRAINIAN CONTEXT
Liudmyla Sokurianska, Ekaterina Bataeva and Vil BakirovUKRAINIAN VETERANS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: MILITARY IDENTITY AND EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES
Aliaksei LastouskiRETURN OF THE “LONG GENEALOGY” TO SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS ON THE HISTORY OF BELARUS
Maryna BessonovaTHE COLD WAR IN POST-SOVIET INTERPRETATIONS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF UKRAINIAN AND BELORUSSIAN SCHOOL HISTORY TEXTBOOKS)
Nadiia Koval and Ivan GomzaTHE SPLENDID SCHOOL ASSEMBLED: STUDYING AND PRACTICING IR IN INDEPENDENT UKRAINE
Svitlana Storozhuk, Igor Hoyan, Oksana Fedyk, Nataliia KryvdaWORLDVIEW AND IDEOLOGICAL PRIORITIES OF MODERN SOCIETY: UKRAINIAN AND EURO-ATLANTIC СONTEXT (ENG)

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