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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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Secessionisms in Europe: Societies, Political Systems and International Order under Stress ― Issue №1(12), 2019

Mikhail Minakov, Gwendolyn Sasse and Daria IsachenkoIntroduction. SECESSIONISMS IN EUROPE: SOCIETIES, STATES AND THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER UNDER STRESS
Bruno Coppieters ABKHAZIA, TRANSNISTRIA AND NORTH CYPRUS: RECOGNITION AND NON-RECOGNITION IN CEASEFIRE AND TRADE AGREEMENTS
Mikhail MinakovON THE EXTREME PERIPHERY. THE STATUS OF POST-SOVIET NON-RECOGNISED STATES IN THE WORLD-SYSTEM
Sergii TolstovSEPARATISM AND SECESSIONISM: CONCEPTUAL FEATURES IN THE CONTEXT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION PROJECT (in Ukrainian)
Gwendolyn Sasse and Alice LacknerWAR AND STATE-MAKING IN UKRAINE: FORGING A CIVIC IDENTITY FROM BELOW?
Roman Dodonov and Olena Aleksandrova Discourse techniques for constructing secessions: the experience of Donbass and Latgale
Nataliia KasianenkoINTERNAL LEGITIMACY AND GOVERNANCE IN THE ABSENCE OF RECOGNITION: THE CASES OF THE DONETSK AND LUHANSK “PEOPLE’S REPUBLICS”
Nataliia MalynovskaCRIMEAN PUBLIC POLICY TRAJECTORIES IN CONTINENTAL UKRAINE: THE NARRATIVE DESIGN OF ETHNIC POLICY AFTER 2014 (in Ukrainian)
Viktor Koziuk, Oleksandr Dluhopolskyi and Vitalij PetrukGLOBALIZATION, INNOVATION, and FRAGILITY OF OPTIMAL FISCAL ZONES: SECESSIONS RISKS OF BELGIUM, LESSONS FOR UKRAINE (in Ukrainian)
Stanislav KovalskyiTHE EVOLUTION OF DOUBLE IRREDENTISM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE STATE BUILDING PROCESSES IN CYPRUS (in Ukrainian)
Yehor BrailianBook review: Dennison, James (2017). The Greens in British politics: Protest, Anti-Austerity and the Divided Left. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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