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Je me souviens de tout, Richard (Rolands Kalniņš, Studio de Riga, 1967) : une manifestation précoce d'une mémoire concurrente de la Grande Guerre patriotique

Tcherneva, Irina et al. (5 nov. 2012)

It is usually said that the memory of the war period had been completely reversed in the former Soviet borderlands since the collapse of the USSR, turning former “traitors” into heroes or victims. However, attempts to set up a new approach of the Nazi occupation and collaboration are rooted in ...

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Introduction - The Relation of the Post-Soviet Army to Muslim Minorities

Sieca-Kozlowski, Elisabeth (7 déc. 2009)

As the melting pot of the Nation, the Russian army has always been confronted with the issue of ethnic and religious diversity. Depending on the times, it has dealt with it in various ways. What is the relationship today between the post-soviet Russian army and its minorities, the Muslim minorities ...

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Gavin Slade, Reorganizing crime: Mafia and anti-Mafia in post-Soviet Georgia

Light, Matthew (6 mai 2016)

Why do some campaigns against the mafia succeed, whereas others fail? What makes it possible to defeat a mafia? Governments all over the world, from the United States to Latin America to Italy, have been wrestling with these questions for years. Now Gavin Slade has addressed them in an elegant case ...

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Comment sont regardés les films sur la Grande Guerre patriotique dans la Russie actuelle ?

Désert, Myriam (14 déc. 2011)

The promoting of a patriotic cinema by the Russian state favored a new production, which appropriates in various ways this topos of the Soviet cinéma which is the patriotic Great War. The variety of the films is actually coupled with a big heterogeneousness of the reactions of the public; ...

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NGOs and the Power Ministries in Russia: from Resistance to Cooperation?

Sieca-Kozlowski, Elisabeth (13 sept. 2009)

The idea for this issue came to me after reading Brian Taylor’s article “Law Enforcement and Civil Society in Russia”, published in March 2006 and brought to our attention by Myriam Désert and Gilles Favarel during their seminar at the École de Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in 2007. ...

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P.P. Shcherbinin, Voennyi factor v povsednevnoi zhizni russkoi zhenshcheny v XVIII—nachale XX v. [The Military Factor in the Daily Life of Russian Women from the 18th to the 20th Centuries],Tambov, Izdatel’stvo Iulis, 2004, 507 pages.

Steinberg, John W. (14 juil. 2008)

The impact of war and military service on the daily lives of women from the eighteenth century to the end of the Imperial period is the topic that Shcherbinin brings to light in this path breaking study. This topic has not been studied in historiography hence the author takes on an enormously ...

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L’épreuve du réel

Lebedev, Anna (29 sept. 2005)

Continuing mistreatment in the Russian army can only be explained with regard to the military institution itself. One must take into account the reasons for the Russian population's tolerance in relation to this phenomenon. By analysing letters, addressed to the Union of Committees of Soldiers' ...

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John W. Steinberg, All the Tsars Men. Russia’s General Staff and the Fate of the Empire, 1898-1914

Sumpf, Alexandre (22 juil. 2013)

Quite extraordinary in European History were the Russian defeats of 1905 and 1918 that brought about three revolutions. The destruction of a mighty empire, a 300-year-old dynasty and a unique autocratic regime, were intertwined with the failure of the Russian Army in all fields of warfare. After a ...

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Natalia Danilova, Armiia i Obshchestvo : Printsipy Vzaimodeistviia

Herspring, Dale R. (4 mars 2009)

For many years, scholars in the West have proceeded under the assumption that very little serious work has been done in Russia on civil-military relations. For example, writing in 2006 Olga Filippova commented, “Russian authors mainly stress the problem of civilian control of the military. ...

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