1 Geography 329-001 Section # 06046 S. D. Brunn Fall 2005 1 467 Patterson Tower Monday: noon MWF phone: 257-6947 CB 204 Email: Brunn@pop.uky.edu GEOGRAPHY OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION Texts Denis Shaw .
Olexiy Haran is Chairman of the Department of Political Science at the University of Kiev Mohyla Academy. This paper was prepared while the author was a research fellow at the Center for Science and International Affairs (CSIA).
Political Abuse of Psychiatry in the Soviet Unionandin China: Complexities and Controversies RichardJ. Bonnie, LLB JAm Acad Psychiatry Law 30:136-44,2002 On first glance, political abuse of psychiatry appears to represent a straightforward and uncomplicated story: the deployment of medicine as ...
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1 "The Sources of Soviet Conduct" (1947) 1 Mr. X [George Kennan] The political personality of Soviet power as we know it today is the product of ideology and circumstances: ideology inherited by the present Soviet leaders from the movement in which they had their political origin, and ...
BEYOND THE DUAL BURDEN: THEORISING GENDER INEQUALITY IN SOVIET RUSSIA Jeni Harden Introduction Since the break up of the Soviet Union in 1991 feminists have shown an increased
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CDDRL WORKING PAPERS Number 108 March 2009 Domestic and International Influences on the Collapse of the Soviet Union (1991) and Russia's Initial Transition to Democracy (1993) Kathryn Stoner-Weiss Stanford University Michael McFaul Stanford University Center on Democracy, Development, and The ...
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the Soviet Union, the two most powerful nations at the war’s end. Furthermore, both the United States and the Soviet Union believed in the rightness of their own