Verschlagwortet: USSR

Arab Engagement at the World Festival of Youth and Students in the USSR in 1957 – A Conversation with Elizabeth Bishop

Elizabeth Bishop is Associate Professor of History at Texas State University-San Marcos. Her research interests include the modern Arab world, media, and material history. In this conversation, Dianna Abbani discusses the article “Arabs at the 6th World Festival of Youth and Students: UGEMA in the USSR, 1957” with her.

Privacy and Personal Data Protection in Russia, Lithuania and Germany: Law, Legacy and Cyber Shift

In this article, Monika Rogers investigates if the historical ideas and beliefs about privacy and personal data protection are still shaping the experiences, law, perceptions and behaviours in the digital world of Lithuania, Russia and (East) Germany, three countries united by similar historical experiences of living in non-democratic sociesties with state-socialist legal systems.

Book Review: Despite Cultures. Early Soviet Rule in Tajikistan

By Jeff Sahadeo, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa Kassymbekova, Botakoz: Despite Cultures. Early Soviet Rule in Tajikistan, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press 2016, ISBN 978-0-8229-6419-3, pp. 296.  This review was first...

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