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New Eastern Europe

Wydawnictwo: Kolegium Europy Wschodniej
Język: Angielski
Data wydania: 30 września 2012
Liczba stron: 195
Rozmiar pliku: 4,8 MB
Zabezpieczenie: Znak wodny
Cena katalogowa: 19,00 zł
Nasza cena: 16,00 zł
Wybrany format: Ebook  - Opracowanie zbiorowe  w formacie EPUB


"New Eastern Europe is a new Quarterly magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. The magazine is the sister edition of the Polish version Nowa Europa Wschodnia, which has been on the Polish market since 2008. Countries in particular focus in New Eastern Europe include Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, as well the Caucasus region - Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Chechnya, etc.

Articles in New Eastern Europe focus on a wide range of social, political and cultural issues facing this region. The journal includes original opinion and analytical texts; historical accounts; reports from correspondents in the countries with full colour photos; and reviews of books, music and film about and emerging from Eastern Europe."


Spis treści


Opinion and Analysis

Alexandr Yakuba Oil Goes East

Linas Jegelevicius Nuclear Power Politics

Paweł Kost The Great Improvisation

Anna Cieślewska and Elwira Wysocka Water Wars

Eugeniusz Smolar Edward Lucas Strikes Back

Jadwiga Rogoża All the President’s Men

Dominika Bychawska-Siniarska Russia’s Limited Compliance

Vitaly Portnikov The Post-Soviet Collapse

Paweł Świeboda A Zone of Oblivion

Ian Hansen Avoiding a Lonely Stroll

Kelly Hignett The Wild, Wild East

Eoin Micheál McNamara Failing to Defrost the Frozen Conflicts



A conversation with Luke Harding Strange Details: Love, loathing and the FSB

A conversation with Slovak novelist Jozef Banáš A Cosmopolitan and a European



Anna Łabuszewska First Lady Once Again

Horia-Victor Lefter Shades of Belarus



Andriy Chaban Beyond Fronts and Nations

Robert Kostro Vilnius: Conflict and Reconciliation


People, Ideas, Inspirations

Piotr Kosiewski Through the Lens

Mayhill Fowler A Soviet Ukrainian Star: Bohdan Stupka 1941-2012


Books and Reviews

Filip Mazurczak Memoir of a Slavic Soul

On Madeleine Albright’s Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War

William Schreiber A Federalist in Moldova

On William H. Hill’s Russia, the Near Abroad and the West: Lessons from the Moldova-Transnistria Conflict

Annabelle Chapman From Moscow to the Gulag: A History Lesson in Love

On Orlando Figes’ Just Send Me Word: A True Story of Love and Survival in the Gulag

Gwen Jones Coming to Terms with the Past

On Paul Lendvai’s Hungary: Between Democracy and Authoritarianism

Iwona Reichardt Hello Honni! Goodbye Lenin!

On the exhibition GDR. Stories from a vanished country, Krakow, Poland

Karolina Słowik Russian Stars Shine in Saint Petersburg.

On the XII International Mariinsky Ballet Festival and the XX Stars of the White Nights Music Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia