Post-soviet armies newsletter is an electronic newsletter devoted to armed forces and power ministries in post-Soviet countries. The newsletter comprises a database which tends to assemble the maximum of references of works, books and journal articles on post-Soviet militaries and power institutions.
Soldat, St Petersburg Toy Factory, August 2011 - ESK
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Trinity-St Sergius Monastery - 2009 - Courtesy of Mikhail Maizuls
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The New bibliography compiled by F. Daucé & E. Sieca-Kozlowski is available at http://russiaviolence.hypotheses.org/bibliographies/violence-in-the-russian-armed-forces. It will be regularly updated.
Maya Eichler, Militarizing Men. Gender, Conscription, and War in Post-Soviet Russia, Standford University Press, forthcoming, 2011.
Issue 14th – “The Reform of Russian and Post-Soviet Militaries” – Anna Colin Lebedev, Isabelle Facon & Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski (14th issue Editors) – Articles Submission Deadline: March 15th, 2012 – Publication: Summer 2012.
Pipss.org issue 11 on “Security and Defense Reform in Central Asia” is now available at http://pipss.revues.org/index3776.html
Andzhei Belovranin, “Chernaia Kniga”, Sankt-Peterburg, Norma, 2010. Available in pdf format in Russian at http://soldiersmothers.ru/medias/pdf/black_book.pdf. Co-project of the Soldiers’ Mothers of St Petersburg and Novaia Gazeta in St Petersburg. Совместный проект СПб РОПО “Солдатские матери Санкт-Петербурга” и “Новой газеты в Санкт-Петербурге”.
Les Etudes du CERI – Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski, “Regulating ethnic and religious minorities in the post-Soviet Russian army: The case of Muslims”
Elisabeth SIECA-KOZLOWSKI , “Un exemple de la gestion des minorités ethniques et religieuses dans l’armée russe : le cas des musulmans” [Regulating ethnic and religious minorities in the post-Soviet Russian army: The case of Muslims], Les Etudes du CERI, n°164, April … Continue reading
Pipss.org – Issue 10 on “The Integration of Non-Russian Servicemen in the Imperial, Soviet and Russian Army”
Issue 10 | 2009 available at http://pipss.revues.org/index2293.html The Integration of Non-Russian Servicemen in the Imperial, Soviet and Russian Army Juliette Cadiot – “Russian army, non-Russians, non-Slavs, non-Orthodox: the risky construction of a multiethnic army. Russia, USSR” [Full text]