4 edition of Political leadership in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Political leadership in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
|Statement||edited by R. Barry Farrell.|
|Contributions||Farrell, R. Barry ed., Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)|
|LC Classifications||JN96 .P58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 359 p.|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||70091718|
This February report by the Bogomolov Commission analyzes the current situation in Eastern Europe for Alexander Yakovlev, key foreign policy advisor to Mikhail Gorbachev. The Bogomolov Commission was the largest Soviet think tank conducting research on . After World War II, the Communist continued the Popular Front, only now using it a democratic façade for the Soviet Union’s conquest of the nations of Eastern Europe. At the same time in France and Italy, as part of the postwar settlement, the Communists worked with the capitalist parties in Liberation governments to contain and to dampen. Political Science / World / Russian & Former Soviet Union. Russian and Western Soft Power in Eastern Europe. G. DOUG DAVIS AND MICHAEL O. SLOBODCHIKOFF. Party Leadership under Stalin and Khrushchev: Party Officials and the Soviet State, – JONATHAN HARRIS.
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Historical development of the Communist theory of leadership / Alfred G. Meyer --The theory of political leadership and the issue of totalitarianism / Carl J. Friedrich --Marxist theories of leadership and bureaucracy: a Marxist approach / Andras Hegedus --Trends in top political leadership in USSR / Frederick C.
Barghoorn --Top political. Political leadership in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. Chicago, Aldine Pub.  (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Barry Farrell; Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.).
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IN : Political Leadership in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union [Farrell, R Barry (Ed)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Political Leadership in Eastern Europe and the Soviet UnionAuthor: R Barry (Ed) Farrell. Transition Economies provides students with an up-to-date and highly comprehensive analysis of the economic transformation in former communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe and countries of the former Soviet Union.
With coverage extending from the end of central planning to the capitalist varieties of the present, this text provides a comparative analysis of economic transformation.
Fifteen eminent social scientists from North America and Eastern Europe met under the auspices of Northwestern University's Comparative Politics Program to discuss the significance and characteristics of changes in political leadership in Eastern Europe and Author: R.
Barry Farrell. -Demographic & social consequences of Political changes. Russian Communist Party. new political party that rose to power in Led by Lenin Military organization of the Soviet Union, made use of people's humble background book published by Solzhenitsyn, censored by Stalin government.
Throughout the history of the Soviet Union, millions of people suffered political repression, which was an instrument of the state since the October culminated during the Stalin era, then declined, but it continued to exist during the "Khrushchev Thaw", followed by increased persecution of Soviet dissidents during the Brezhnev stagnation, and it did not cease to exist until late.
Rock music played a role in subverting the political order of the Soviet Union and its attraction of the unique form of music served to undermine Soviet authority by humanizing the West, helped alienate a generation from the political system, and sparked a youth revolution.
This contribution was achieved not only through the use of words or images, but through the structure of. Sourced entirely from the National Archives, U.K., Cold War Eastern Europe provides access to o files from the political departments of the U.K.
Foreign Office responsible for reporting on the Soviet Union and the former communist states of Eastern Europe. Reflecting the Foreign Office’s interest in every aspect of political, economic, cultural, social and dissident life behind the.
The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from to and was the largest country in the world.
Nominally a union of multiple national Soviet republics, in practice its government and economy were highly was a one-party state governed by the Communist Party, with Moscow as its Capital and largest city: Moscow, 55°45′N 37°37′E /.
This volume analyzes various aspects of the political leadership during the collapse of the Soviet Union and formation of a new Russia. Comparing the rule of Mikhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin, and Vladimir Putin, the book reflects upon their goals, governing style, and sources of influence—as well as factors that influenced their activities and complicated them too.4/5(2).
Contains alphabetically arranged entries that provide information about the participation and contribution of political and military leaders and other notable individuals from the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, China, and the Third World in the events of the Cold War. The spirit of Mikhail Gorbachev’s "Moscow Spring" haunts Eastern Europe.
While most people in the region—including members of various opposition groups—welcome the changes made and the changes promised in the Soviet Union, and hope for similar changes in Eastern Europe as well, most leaders worry about the likely by: The central leadership of the Soviet political system in Moscow is analyzed by a group of Western political researchers.
The text covers the entire Soviet period from to the present day, but special emphasis is placed on the post-Stalin years and new developments of the s. *Eastern Europe; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) This document, which contains over citations, has as its main emphasis Eastern Europe and the U.S.S.R.
It is divided. into the following main sections: 1) The Ideology and Nature of Communism; 2) International Communication; 3) File Size: 1MB. The Congress of Soviets was the supreme organ of power in accordance with Article 8 of the Soviet Constitution.
The Congress was replaced in the Soviet Constitution by the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet accordance with Arti it functioned as the highest state authority and the only legislative branch of the Soviet Union. According to Article of the Soviet. Conditions in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, however, changed rapidly.
Gorbachev’s decision to loosen the Soviet yoke on the countries of Eastern Europe created an independent, democratic momentum that led to the collapse of the Berlin Wall in Novemberand then the overthrow of Communist rule throughout Eastern Europe.
The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe Politics, Economy, Foreign Policy. The Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia, and. Dissent in the USSR. Introduction. By the late s, the Stalinist economic system began to show signs of stagnation in both the USSR and Eastern Europe, though the process was more critical in the latter.
The Cold War that lasted from to (beginning with the Soviet takeover of Eastern Europe and ending when those countries became non-communist and independent) was a necessary standoff.
Why Socialism Collapsed in Eastern Europe. was imposed on most of Eastern and Central Europe; in the Soviet Union, it has been longer, but we have to take into account the shot in the arm. The scholars discussed the role of nationalism in the ongoing conflicts in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and the sources for the creation and continuation of nationalistic feelings.
It was important for the political leadership of the newly independent states — at this point mostly the functionaries of the Soviet Union’s Communist Party — to justify the need for independence.
It is no wonder that the second president of Ukraine, Leonid Kuchma, titled his book Ukraine Is Not Russia. In it, he tries to explain the Author: Valery Engel. Usually used to rid political opponents in the Soviet Union. Many of Stalin's opponents simply disappeared Book about a Siberian Labor labor camp that criticized Stalin's rule.
East Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, and Hungary. Countries that were under the influence of the Soviet Union. Albania and Yugoslavia. Eastern European Countries.
Brzezinski spoke before an audience at the Georgetown University/Salomon Brothers conference at Georgetown University on the political resources and policies of the Soviet Union and its former.
At the conclusion of World War 2, the Soviet Union was a major player in the world and again an adversary. The period roughly from to was known as the Cold War, in which the powers in the Eastern Bloc (the Soviet Union and its allies in Warsaw Pact) were lined up against the Western Bloc (the U.S.
and NATO allies). The political atmosphere of the inter-war years was sharply divided between those who thought the extreme left could solve Europe's problems, and those who desired leadership from the extreme right. There were very few moderates, and this situation kept the governments of Britain, France, and Eastern Europe in constant turmoil, swinging wildly.
KGB, Russian in full Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti, English Committee for State Security, foreign intelligence and domestic security agency of the Soviet the Soviet era the KGB’s responsibilities also included the protection of the country’s political leadership, the supervision of border troops, and the general surveillance of the population.
Soviet Union, in full Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), Russian Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik or Sovetsky Soyuz, former northern Eurasian empire (/22–) stretching from the Baltic and Black seas to the Pacific Ocean and, in its final years, consisting of 15 Soviet Socialist Republics (S.S.R.’s): Armenia.
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Adolf Joffe – Communist revolutionary, a Bolshevik politician and a Soviet diplomat. Lazar Kaganovich(Kogan) – Soviet secret police (Cheka, OGPU, NKVD) high functionary, as follows: chief of the Gulag, deputy chief of the Gulag, deputy Narkom of Forest Industry.
Olga Kameneva (Bronstein) – sister of Leon Trotsky, wife of Lev Kamenev. She was an Officer in the Cheka Secret. WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Reflecting back on the breakup of the Soviet Union that happened 22 years ago next week, residents in seven out of 11 countries that were part of the union are more likely to believe its collapse harmed their countries than benefited them.
Soviet: Derived from a Russian word signifying council, assembly, advice, harmony, concord, political organizations and governmental bodies associated with the Russian Revolutions and the history of the Soviet Union. Eastern Bloc: The group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, generally the Soviet Union and the countries of the.
ROBERT L. HUTCHINGS "Leadership Drifts in the Communist Systems of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe* Leadership matters in Communist systems, as it does in others; the advent of Mikhail Gorbachev in the Soviet Union has dispelled all doubts on that by: 2.
These dramatic words, uttered to spur the European Union and its member states into action, revealed both the bloc’s fragility and its “pre-existing conditions,” which make it more susceptible to grave economic and political blowback from Covid A project that was designed for peace has declared war on the novel coronavirus.
The Soviet Union was supposed to be “a society of true democracy,” but in many ways it was no less repressive than the czarist autocracy that preceded it.
It was ruled by a single party–the. Finally, the book puts forward novel perspectives on how Western and post-communist Europe may be able to create a sustainable pan-European common space.
These include a new agenda for pan-European political communication, new East-Central European regional security mechanisms, a solution for the chain of separatist-controlled populations, and. Why did the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) not follow the failure of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
This book examines this question by studying two crucial strategies that the CCP feels it needs to implement in order to remain in power: ideological reform and the institutionalization of leadership succession. Despite deep-seated mistrust and hostility between the Soviet Union and the Western democracies, Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union in June created an instant alliance between the Soviets and the two greatest powers in what the Soviet leaders had.
In the 's and 's the Soviet Union seemed to be one of the most stable political units in the world. In international politics the Soviet Union was very strong and seemed only to be getting stronger. It was, for example, securing political client states in Africa. The Western powers believed this image was valid.and pose hard choices for the leadership, which can have a major impact on Soviet relations with Eastern Europe and the West.4 This assessment of a stagnating Soviet economy was, in turn, reflected in U.S.
national strategy. Presidential Direct which defined U.S. national strategy in the Carter administration, said that, ‘‘thoughCited by: 4.Special Supplement on Eastern Europe and The Soviet Union As in previous issues, The Bahá'í Studies Review is pleased to offer its readership a unique and previously unpublished compilation of extracts mainly from the letters of the Guardian.
Its significance lies in the stirring and inspiring vision it portrays of the importance of the spiritual destiny of Eastern Europe and the ex-Soviet.