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Universal Norms in a Time of Sovereigntism

― Issue 1(17), 2021

Mikhail Minakov

UNIVERSAL NORMS IN A TIME OF SOVEREIGNTISM.
INTRODUCTION   PDF

4

THEMATIC ARTICLES

Theoretical issues

Yurii Mielkov

FROM NATION STATE TO HUMAN PERSON:
THE EVOLUTION OF SOVEREIGNTY  PDF

8

Emil Pain

UNIVERSALISM AND SOVEREIGHNTISM:
A PENDULUM MODEL *  PDF  

22

Ruslan Zaporozhchenko

SOVEREIGNTISM AS A VOCATION AND PROFESSION:
IMPERIAL ROOTS, CURRENT STATE, POSSIBLE PROSPECTS  PDF

44

Oleksandr Fisun &
Nataliya Vinnykova

DE-ETATIZATION OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY
AND FORMATION OF GLOBAL “MAIDAN” PDF

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Mikhail Minakov

THE SOVEREIGNTIST TURN: SOVEREIGNTY
AS A CONTESTED CONCEPT AGAIN PDF

87

Gulnara Shaikhutdinova

SOVEREIGNTISM AND NATIONALISM: CONSEQUENCES
FOR THE FRAGMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW    PDF

115

Volodymyr Fadieiev

BEYOND THE NATIONAL: THE SOCIAL IMAGINARY
AND COSMOPOLITANISM **   PDF

131

Case Studies

Boyka Stefanova

SOVEREIGNTISM MEETS POST-WESTPHALIAN SOVEREIGNTY: THE EU EXPERIENCE  PDF

168

Maria Snegovaya

GUNS TO BUTTER: SOCIOTROPIC CONCERNS
AND FOREIGN POLICY PREFERENCES IN RUSSIA *   PDF

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Andreas Umland

POST-SOVIET UKRAINIAN RADICAL SOVEREIGNTISM
IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: ULTRANATIONALIST PARTIES AND ETHNOCENTRIC UNCIVIL SOCIETY *  PDF 

202

Oksana Dufeniuk

THE ECHR IMPACT ON THE FORMATION
OF SUPRANATIONAL AND NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS PARADIGM (UKRAINIAN CONTEXT) **   PDF

232

Sergey Shenin

NATO AND A CONFLICT BETWEEN SOVEREIGNTISM
AND UNIVERSALISM *  PDF

251

Viktor Koziuk

IS A CENTRAL BANK’S INDEPENDENCE DOOMED
IN A TIME OF POPULISM? SOVEREIGNTISM
VS INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY **   PDF

275

DISCUSSIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS

Dmytro Khutkyy

HOW VAST OR HOW GOOD IS E-DEMOCRACY? A REVIEW ON THE “DIGITAL DEMOCRACY DATABASE” BY THE EUROPEAN DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE   PDF

302

Iryna Polets

BOOK REVIEW: Ostap Kushnir. (2020). Business, Values, and EU’s Response to Protests in Ukraine. Cases from 2003–04, 2010, and 2013–14. Warsaw: Lazarski University Press  PDF

305

Yevhen Mahda

A TIMELY IDEA. BOOK REVIEW: Zmitser Lukashuk and Maxim Gariunou. (2020). Belaruskaia natsyanalnaia ideia: shto takoe Belarus I hto takiia belarusy: vosemdzesiat piats karotkih interviiu [from Bel.: The Belarusian national idea: what is Belarus and what do Belarusians want: eighty-five short interviews]. Minsk:  Medysont **   PDF

309

Ihor Il’iushyn

BOOK REVIEW: Roman Ponomarenko (2018). Galyts’ki dobrovol’chi polki SS 1943–1944. Istoriia bez prykras. [from Ukr.: Galician SS Volunteer Regiments 1943–1944. History without Pretties].Ternopil’: Mandrivets’ *   PDF

312

Dmitry Gorin

PARTING WAYS OF MODERNITY: LIFE-WORLDS, MODERNIZATION, AND DEMODERNIZATION. BOOK REVIEW: Mikhail Minakov. (2020). Dialektika sovremennosti v Vostochnoi Evrope. Opyt sotsialno-filosofskogo osmysleniia [from Rus.: Dialectics of the Eastern European modernity. A social-philosophical reflection]. Kiev: Laurus *  PDF

317

Mikhail Lipkin

BOOK REVIEW: Serhiy Hirik (ed.). Ievreiy Ukraiiny: Revoliutsiia i pisliarevoliutsiina modernizatsiia. Polityka. Kultura. Suspilstvo [from Ukr.: The Jews of Ukraine: Revolution and post-revolutionary modernization. Politics, culture, society]. Київ: Laurus, 2018 *   PDF

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The entire issue can be downloaded HERE.
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* — full-text article is in Russian

** — full-text article is in Ukrainian

 

The Image of “the Other” in Post-Socialist Societies

Ideology and Politics Journal ― Issue 2(16), 2020


Contents

Georgii Kasianov
& Mikhail Minakov

THE IMAGE OF ‘THE OTHER’ IN POST-SOCIALIST SOCIETIES. INTRODUCTION  PDF

4

THEMATIC ARTICLES

Theoretical issues

Sergiy Posokhov

THE ISSUES OF THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HISTORICAL IMAGOLOGY: THE UKRAINIAN DIMENSION**  PDF

7

Maxim Popov

SOCIOCULTURAL INTEGRATION POLICY IN MULTI-ETHNIC SOCIETIES: UNDERLYING CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES  PDF

30

Yevhen Bystrytsky

THE BIRTH OF AN ALIEN FROM COMMUNITY
IDENTITY**  PDF

42

Olga Kutsenko,
Ekaterina Bataeva
& Svitlana Babenko

DE-OTHERING POLITICS AND PRACTICES OF FORCED MIGRANTS IN MODERN SOCIETY  PDF

62

Case Studies

Viktoriya Sereda

IN THE SEARCH OF BELONGING: RETHINKING THE OTHER IN THE HISTORICAL MEMORY OF UKRAINIAN
IDPs**  PDF

83

Petra Colmorgen

THE FRIENDS SO FAR, THE FOES SO NEAR? AMBIGUITIES OF GEORGIA’S OTHERING   PDF

108

Karli-Jo T. Storm

WHITHER THE VƏTƏN? THE FRAMING OF HOMELAND IN OFFICIAL DISCOURSE VIS-À-VIS GEORGIA’S AZERI-TURK POPULATION   PDF

129

Georgiy Kasianov

UKRAINE–POLAND: QUEST FOR THE PAST   PDF

166

Dmitry Gorin

ANTINOMY “RUSSIA-WEST” AND IMAGE OF “THE OTHER” IN THE RUSSIAN HISTORICAL CULTURE*   PDF

195

Mikhail Minakov

OTHERING FROM WITHIN. THE IDEOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE IN 2015–2018   PDF

215

Maksym Gon
& Nataliia Ivchyk

INSTRUMENTALIZATION OF MEMORY: “THE OTHER” AS THE CHALLENGE (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE CITY OF RIVNE)   PDF

229

Olga Kyslova,
Iryna Kuzina
& Iryna Dyrda

HATE SPEECH AGAINST THE ROMA MINORITY IN UKRAINIAN WEB SPACE **   PDF

252

Evgeniya Goryushina

IRRECONCILABLE NARRATIVES ABOUT “THE OTHER”: MEMORY RESEARCH OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN CHECHNYA*   PDF

279

Svitlana Chunikhina

OUR OWN OTHERS: HOW THE OTHER IS PRODUCED AND MIS(USED) IN UKRAINE**   PDF

304

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Illia Afanasiev

RENAMING OF STREETS IN UKRAINIAN REGIONAL CENTRES DURING 2010–2019: OFFENSIVES AND COMPROMISES   PDF

321

Kostiantyn Fedorenko
& Andreas Umland

BETWEEN FRONT AND PARLIAMENT: LINKS AMONG UKRAINIAN POLITICAL PARTIES AND IRREGULAR ARMED GROUPS IN  2014–2019*  PDF

340

DISCUSSIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS

Alexander Chertenko

BOOK REVIEW: Marco Puleri (2020). Ukrainian, Russophone, (Other) Russian: Hybrid Identities and Narratives in Post-Soviet Culture and Politics. Berlin: Peter Lang  PDF

382

Marco Puleri

A RESPONSE TO THE REVIEW BY ALEXANDER CHERTENKO: SOME REFLECTIONS ON TODAY’S RUSSOPHONE STUDIES  PDF

392

Sherzod Eraliev

BOOK REVIEW: Olga R. Gulina (2019). Migration as a (Geo- Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space: Border Regimes, Policy Choices, Visa Agendas. Stuttgart:
Ibidem Verlag   PDF

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* — full text article is in Russian

** — full text article is in Ukrainian

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