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  • 2, 2020

    • Yuri Pivovarovs 70 Year Anniversary

      Editorial note. Politeia could not gloss over this anniversary. Not only because Yuri Pivovarov is a member of our Editorial Council. Not only because he stood at the very origins of our Journal that was founded in 1996. Not only because even a decade before that, he became one of the founders of the Inter-Institute Group of Comparative and Retrospective Political Science Politeia, which gave birth to this Journal, and many other undertakings and institutions. We present this modest homage primarily because Russian Political Science as it is, let alone the Journal Politeia, would not exist if it were not for Pivovarov. Or, in any case, it would be much further away from the very idea of science. There would be much less selfless, passionate love of truth. Much less honor, dignity and nobility. The name and personality of Pivovarov have it all. He has a plethora of these personality traits, which his friends and colleagues can enjoy. The gift that we are presenting here is just a pale shadow of the many gifts we received from him.

      The published work presents a collection of texts that tell us about the hero of the anniversary as well as his place in modern Russian social science community. The collection contains texts written by Mikhail Ilyin, Professor at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (NRU HSE), Head of the Center for Advanced Methodologies of Social and Humanitarian Research at the Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INION RAS); Andrei Sorokin, Director of the Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History; Oksana Gaman-Golutvina, Head of the Comparative Politics Department of Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Professor at NRU HSE, Presi- dent of the Russian Political Science Association; Olga Malinova, Profes- sor at NRU HSE, Senior Research Fellow at INION RAS; and Svyatoslav Kaspe, Professor at NRU HSE, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal Politeia.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2020-97-2-192-208

      Pages: 192-208

  • 3, 2012


      Alexander Abramovich Galkin, Patriarch of the Russian Political Science, Deputy Chair of the Editorial Board of the Journal Politeia, celebrated his 90th anniversary on the 24th of July. The material that is offered to the attention of the readers is composed in the form of the “homage” and presents the collection of texts written by friends, colleagues and students of Alexander Abramovich that tells us about the hero of an anniversary as well as his contribution to the development of the social science knowledge in our country and the emergence of the Russian political science community. The collection contains works by Boris Koval, Anatoly Chernyaev, Tatyana Alekseeva, Kirill Kholodkovsky, Sergey Mikhailov, Aleksey Shestopal, Oksana Gaman-Golutvina, Olga Zdravomyslova and Leonid Blyakher.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2012-66-3-6-31

  • 4, 2000

    • Interest Groups: the Retrospective

      While currently in Western Europe and the USA the innovation type of development has already been formed (the economic interests of accounting entities coincide with the interests of the state, and the economic demands are the impulses of development), in Russia, a mobilization model has functioned for a considerably long period of history (the priority of political factors, external impulses of development, huge influence of the state on social organization.) Under the mobilization type of development the political elite was formed as state structures, and consisted of the upper walks of administrative and political hierarchy. The state monopoly on governing overcame the monolithic structure of the political elite. The slow evolution of the Russian mobilization model of the elite formation started in the course of the reforms of 1860-1870. This was the period when interest groups and advocacy groups came into being, and these are the elements typical of the innovation type political system.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2000-18-4-38-49

      Pages: 38-49

  • 1, 2000

    • Development Strategy in the Values Background of Russian Society

      The indifferent attitude of the modern elite to the development idea is really catastrophic. This idea is called for the being the subject both of the strategic determination and of the public values formation. The complicated problem today is to form the modernized values motivation of the political class. It is obvious that the modernization includes not only the elaboration of the development conception and strategy, but first of all the elite's political will to realize this strategy in correspondent form of the practical policy.

      DOI: 10.30570/2078-5089-2000-15-1-28-35

      Pages: 28-35