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How must Sovietology change as a result of the Soviet Union's collapse? Motyl and his colleagues suggest that the first step in reorientation of the field must involve recognizing the non-Russians and their republics as central to both Soviet politic … weiterlesen
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Titel: The Post-Soviet Nations: Perspectives on the Demise of the USSR
Autor/en: Alexander Motyl

ISBN: 0231078951
EAN: 9780231078955
Empfohlen ab 22 Jahre.
Revised.
Sprache: Englisch.
COLUMBIA UNIV PR

Mai 1995 - kartoniert - 321 Seiten

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How must Sovietology change as a result of the Soviet Union's collapse? Motyl and his colleagues suggest that the first step in reorientation of the field must involve recognizing the non-Russians and their republics as central to both Soviet politics and to the post-Soviet reality.
The authors, all leading Sovietologists, illustrate how nationality interacted with and shaped ideology, law, elite recruitment, political repression, modernization, participation, political economy, and class.
Each of the articles traces the relationship between nationality and aspects of the Soviet system up to the collapse of the USSR and the emergence in its stead of the Commonwealth of Independent States. The contributors not only provide a coherent interpretation of the demise of Soviet Communism, but they also sugest what dangers and opportunities lie in store for the Soviet Union's successor states.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

The "National Factor" and the Logic of Sovietology, by Gregory GleasonSoviet Policies Toward the Non-Russian Peoples in Theoretic and Historic Perspective: What Gorbachev Inherited, by Walker ConnorIdeology and the Making of a Nationalities Policy, by Ronald J. HillLegitimations, Nationalities, and the Deep Structure of Ideology, by Neil HardingManaging Nationalism: State, Law, and the National Question in the USSR, by John N. HazardElites and Ethnic Identities in Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics, by Mark R. BeissingerThe Political Police and the National Question in the Soviet Union, by Amy KnightNations of the USSR: From Mobilized Participation to Autonomous Diversity, by Theodore H. FriedgutDevelopment and Ethnicity in the Soviet Union, by Zvi GitelmanSoviet Economic Structure and the National Question, by Richard E. EricsonClass, Social Structure, Nationality, by Walter D. ConnorThe End of Sovietology: From Soviet Studies to Post-Soviet Studies, by Alexander J. Motyl

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Alexander J. Motyl

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