№ 3, 2009
The post-Socialist countries which became a relatively recent and the largest reinforcement of the European Union are the research objects of the article. Practically all of them have survived through the “transformational” crisis of 1990s followed with rapid economical upturn. Its sources (impressive capital inflow from the “old” Europe, the export extension into Euro zone etc.) crossed with the beginning of the world depression. N.Bukharin and I.Yazhborovskaya explore the situation specifics in each of the countries, reveal their common problems, and analyze the effectiveness of the national anti-crisis programs. Also the authors are interested in the spectrum of possible political consequences of the crisis.
№ 1, 2002
The USSR disintegration and the emergence of new Russia in Wlodzimierz Marciniak interpretation. (Marciniak W. Rozgabione imperum. Upadek Zwiazku Sowieckiego i powstanie Federacji Rosyskiej. Krakow, 2001)
The author reasons upon the book by Wlodzimierz Marciniak, which investigates the causes of the disintegration of the Soviet Union. N. Bukharin consistently analyzes Marciniak’s interpretation of the phenomenon, genesis and structure of the “soviet empire”, his coverage of itelligentsia’s position at the end of the soviet era, shaping of “bureaucratic” market, the regionalization of the Soviet environment.
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