Pipss.org – Call for contributors – Defining and Defending Borders in Post-Soviet Space

logo-pipssIssue Editors: Anna Colin Lebedev, Ioulia Shukan, Amandine Regamey, Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski

https://pipss.revues.org/4261

Borders remain today a crucial issue across the post-Soviet space in debate over both contemporary geopolitics and historical legacies, as Russia’s seizure of Crimea and the war in Ukraine’s East have shown. Continue reading

Journal Article – G. Slade, “Violence as Information During Prison Reform: Evidence from the Post-Soviet Region”, 2015

5.coverViolence as Information During Prison Reform: Evidence from the Post-Soviet Region
Gavin Slade
British Journal of Criminology 2015

Published in the British Journal of Criminology, 2015, final version available at

http://bjc.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/08/27/bjc.azv085.abstract?keytype=ref&ijkey=1Cb7hmL3SYsCZ57

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Journal Article – Jan Claas Behrends, “War, violence, and the military during late socialism and transition. Five case studies on the USSR, Russia, and Yugoslavia”, July 2015

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Jan Claas Behrends, War, violence, and the military during late socialism and transition. Five case studies on the USSR, Russia, and Yugoslavia

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Journal Article – Alena Maklak, “Dedovshchina on trial. Some evidence concerning the last Soviet generation of “sons” and “grandfathers” “, July 2015

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Alena Maklak, Dedovshchina on trial. Some evidence concerning the last Soviet generation of “sons” and “grandfathers”

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