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Опыт общественной автобиографии личности
Толстых, В. И. аuthor. (Валентин Иванович),
Moskva : Progress-Tradit︠s︡ii︠a︡, 2015
Baker Berry DK510.762 .T657 2015
15 лет Путина : куда бредет Россия / Владимир Бушин
Moskva : Algoritm, 2015
Baker Berry DK510.766.P87 B87 2015
Ukrainskai︠a︡ khimera : final antirusskogo proekta
Moskva : I︠A︡uza-press, 2015
Baker Berry DK508.51 .B86 2015
58-я : неизъятое истории людей, которые пережили то, чего мы больше всего боимся / Анна Артемьева, Елена Рачева
Артемьева, Анна, author
Moskva : AST, 2016
Baker Berry DK268.A1 A784 2016
"Russkiì vopros" na Parizhkoĭ mirnoĭ konferet︠s︡iĭ 1919-1920 gg
Shteĭn, B. 1892-1961
Moskva : Gos. Izd-vo. Politicheskoĭ Literatury, 1949
Baker Berry DK265 .S736
Polveka russkoĭ zhizni
Delʹvig, A. I. Baron, 1813-1887
Moskva : Knizhnyĭ Klub Knigovek, 2015
Baker Berry DK188.6.D45 A3 2015
The biopolitics of Stalinism : ideology and life in Soviet socialism
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press Ltd, 
Postcommunist Stalinism : the resurrection of the effective manager -- Stalinism in the theory of biopolitics : a brief genealogy of a reticence -- The great break : making socialism real -- High Stalinism : retreat, simulacrum, terror -- Deathly life : the subject of Stalinism -- Shalamov, or the negative experience -- A real renewal of life : towards an affirmative biopolitics.
"In contrast to Western rationalities of biopolitics, Soviet biopolitics was oriented less towards protecting life than towards transforming it in accordance with the communist ideal. In this book, Sergei Prozorov traces the emergence of the Soviet biopolitical project during the period of the Great Break (1928-32) and its subsequent modifications during High Stalinism. He then relocates the question of biopolitics down to the level of the subject, tracing the way the 'new Soviet person' was to be produced in governmental practices and the role violence and terror played in this construction."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry DK268.3 .P767 2016
Aggression against Ukraine : Territory, Responsibility, and International Law
Grant, Thomas D., 1969-
New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
Part I : Aggression against Ukraine -- Chapter 1. "Glory and Outstanding Valour" : The Seizure of Crimea -- Chapter 2. Crimea and the Use of Force Against Ukraine -- Chapter 3. Non-Recognition -- Part II : The Territorial Settlement and International Law -- Chapter 4. The Privileged Character of Boundaries and Territorial Regimes -- Chapter 5. Responsibility, Use of Force, and Boundaries -- Chapter 6. Use of Force and Other Values -- Chapter 7. Boundaries, Territory and Human Rights -- Part III : Domestic Order, International Order and Mechanisms for Change -- Chapter 8. The West's Interventions and Russia's Argument -- Conclusion.
"Conquest, annexation, secession by force--these belong to a statecraft which great powers after World War II seemed to have set aside for good. Russia in 2014 however brought them back. Aggression against Ukraine examines the stakes in Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk and other troubled borderlands--and for international law and public order as a whole"--
Baker Berry DK508.57.R9 G73 2015
Putin country : a journey into the real Russia
Garrels, Anne, 1951- author
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016
1. Chaos -- 2. Stability -- 3. Identity -- 4. The Taxi Driver -- 5. A Gay Life -- 6. The Russian Family -- 7. Stubborn Parents -- 8. The Doctors -- 9. The Addicts -- 10. Schoolhouses and Barracks -- 11. The Believers -- 12. The Muslim Community -- 13. The Human Rights Activists -- 14. The Forensic Expert -- 15. Freedom of Speech -- 16. Nuclear Nightmare -- 17. Changing Landscapes -- 18. The Red Lines.
"A revealing look into the lives of ordinary Russians. More than twenty years ago, the longtime NPR correspondent Anne GMore than twenty years ago, the longtime NPR correspondent Anne Garrels began to visit the region of Chelyabinsk, an aging military-industrial center a thousand miles east of Moscow that is home to the Russian nuclear program. Her goal was to chart the social and political aftershocks of the USSR's collapse. On her trips to an area once closed to the West, Garrels discovered a populace for whom the new democratic freedoms were as traumatic as they were delightful. The region suffered a severe economic crisis in the early 1990s, and the next twenty years would only bring more turmoil as well as a growing identity crisis and antagonism toward foreigners. The city of Chelyabinsk became richer and more cosmopolitan, even as corruption and intolerance grew more entrenched. In Putin Country, Garrels crafts a necessary portrait of the nation's heartland. We meet upwardly mobile professionals, impassioned activists, and ostentatious mafiosi. We discover surprising subcultures, such as a vibrant underground gay community and a group of determined evangelicals. And we watch doctors and teachers try to cope with a corrupt system. Drawing on these encounters, Garrels explains why Vladimir Putin commands the loyalty of so many Russians, even those who decry the abuses of power they encounter from day to day. Her portrait of Russia's silent majority is both essential and engaging reading at a time when Cold War tensions are resurgent"--Publisher's online catalog.
Baker Berry DK651.C44 G37 2016
Schlesien- Grenzliterarisch : Studien zu deutsch-polnischen Kulturtransferprozessen
Rafał Biskup (Hg.)
Leipzig : Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2015
Baker Berry DK4600.S424 S35 2015
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