All posts by Mikhail Minakov

The Freedom and Subjection in the Long 1989 Year. Societies in Eastern and Southern Europe in 1989/91―Issue 3(14), 2019

Yana Prymachenko       & Mikhail Minakov

THE VELVET REVOLUTIONS OF 1989:
A LASTING ‘END OF HISTORY’?

 

Thematic articles

Tetiana Poiarkova        & Inna Plotnytska

EVOLUTION OF PATRON-CLIENT RELATIONS IN THE USSR

 

Ivan Gomza &      Denys Tereshchenko

THEY DIVIDED THE SKY: ELITE FACTIONALISM FACTORS
DURING CONTENTIOUS POLITICS IN GDR, 1989

 

Urtak Hamiti

IT ALL STARTED IN 1989: BREAK-UP OF YUGOSLAVIA
AND KOSOVO’S STRUGGLE FOR NATIONHOOD

 

Igor Piliaiev

THE NATURE OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN THE DONBAS:
A POSTNONCLASSICAL VIEWPOINT

 

Oleh Bazhan                  & Oleksandr Trygub

REVIVAL OF THE UKRAINIAN AUTOCEPHALOUS ORTHODOX CHURCH IN 1989–1990:
FROM «INFORMAL ORGANIZATION» TO THE NATIONALLY ORIENTED DENOMINATION

 

Roman Horbyk,          Yana Prymachenko      & Yuliya Yurchuk

SHARED HISTORY IN SHATTERED SPACES:
MEDIATIZATION OF HISTORICAL SCHOLARSHIP IN UKRAINE AND BROADER EASTERN EUROPE

 

Research Articles

Valentyna Romanova   & Andreas Umland

DECENTRALISATION REFORM IN UKRAINE IN 2014-2019:
FIRST ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

 

Mikhail Minakov

POST-SOVIET EASTERN EUROPE.
ACHIEVEMENTS IN POST-SOVIET DEVELOPMENT IN SIX EASTERN EUROPEAN NATIONS, 1991–2020

 

Book reviews

Yevhen Mahda

SIGNAL OF THE RIGHT TURN IS ON. BOOK REVIEW: Anton Shekhovtsov, Russia and the Far Right. Tango Noir

 

Mikhail Minakov

PLURALIST NOSTALGIES FOR MULTIPLE PERESTROIKAS. BOOK REVIEW: Li Bennich-Björkman, Sergiy Kurbatov (Eds.) When the Future Came. The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Emergence of National Memory in Post-Soviet History Textbooks

 

Full version of the IPJ issue #3(14)’2020 can be downloaded HERE.