Fb2 Interethnic conflict and political change in the former USSR ePub
by Airat Aklaev
|Publisher:||Peace Research Institute-Dundas (1994)|
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Vol. 2 compiled by Airat Aklaev, Dmitry Dozhdev, and Tatjana Levashova. Ethnopolitical crises and transitions to violence, legitimacy and identity in the republics of the former Soviet Union, Interethnic conflict and political change in Russia nad former Soviet Union.
Interethnic Conflict and Political Change in the Former USSR, Dundas/Ontario. Trupele Ruse in Republic Moldvoa -factor stabilizator sau sursa de pericol. Department of State (Title VIII) and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, conflict in the former USSR has been a key concern in international security. This book fills a gap in the literature on violent conflict, evaluating a region that contains all the modern ingredients for instability and aggression.
Ethnic conflicts in the Soviet Union. There are many different ethnic groups present in Russia and the countries of the former Soviet Union today. This diversity has been the source or instigator of conflict for centuries, and remains a major part of Russian political life today
and the post-Soviet changes of ethnic and political identities.
The author examines some specific features and the post-Soviet changes of ethnic and political identities. 1996: Demokratizatsia i obrazy natsionalizma v Rossiiskoi Federatsii v 90-kh gg. (Democratization and images of nationalism in Russian Federation in the 90s).
Interethnic Tensions in Kyrgyzstan: A political geographic perspective. We will examine how Russia transforms since the fall of the Soviet Union. We will try to understand what alternative paths were in the past and what the possible scenarios were
Interethnic Tensions in Kyrgyzstan: A political geographic perspective. Eurasian Geography & Economics 51(4): 531– 562. Eastern Partnership countries. We will try to understand what alternative paths were in the past and what the possible scenarios were. A primary goal of this section is to examine possible ways towards new Russia. Thus we will describe possible role of Russia in the world.
This article discusses data on human and material losses in nine violent conflicts: Karabakh, Fergana, Osh, South Ossetia, Transdniestria, Tajik, Abkhazia, Ingush-Ossetian, and Chechen
The overwhelming majority of current violent ethnic conflicts in the republics of the former Soviet Union are predominantly political in nature. These are ethnic disputes over group status in the political structures of the ethnically divided societies of these new nations, and intergroup struggles for the redistribution of power arrangements. The second stage of socio-political change in Moldova came with the period between September 1989 and June 1990, and was highlighted by a major shift in the power structures of the republic.