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Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet

Politics and Society

Special Issue: Violence in the Post‐Soviet Space

Vol. 2, No. 2 (2016)

This special issue deals with the phenomenon of violence in the post-Soviet space. The central preoccupation is to examine both political and legal discourses and practices of internal and external violence, broadly conceived, in this space. Simultaneously the special issue aspires to situate these discourses and practices in the broader literature on political violence and ethnic and separatist conflict, and to examine these from political, legal, and security studies perspectives.
The issue approaches the problem of violence in the post-Soviet space from three perspectives: The international-structural, inter-state, and domestic-political. The contributors focus on structural sources of violence: The relevance of the self-determination principle, the role of democratization, and the relationship between violent behavior inside and outside the state. They also analyze the role of the Russian Federation in generating, perpetuating, and mitigating political violence. Finally, they adopt a bottom-up approach, exploring how non-state actors contribute to political violence.

Contents

SPECIAL ISSUE: VIOLENCE IN THE POST-SOVIET SPACE

Introduction by Natasha Kuhrt and Marcin Kaczmarski

Articles
Anaïs Marin:
Does State Violence Translate into a More Bellicose Foreign Behavior? Domestic Predictors of International Conflict-Propensity in Post-Soviet Eurasia

Open Access:

Read full article here: https://doi.org/10.24216/97723645330050202_02

Hanna Smith:
Threat Perceptions: Russia in the Post-Soviet Space
Mischa Gabowitsch:
Russia’s Arlington? The Federal Military Memorial Cemetery near Moscow
Danielle Jackman:
Partial Russian Justice in Chechnya: The Lapin Case, Anna Politkovskaya, and Transnational Activism:

Review Article
Péter Marton and Annamária Kiss:
Chechen Combatants’ Involvement as Foreign Fighters in Ukraine, Syria, and Iraq

Projects and Conferences
Olga Lebedeva:
Topography of Terror: Mapping Sites of Soviet Repressions in Moscow
Daria Mattingly and Elena Zezlina:
Conference Report: Places of Amnesia: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Forgotten Pasts

Reviews
Vsevolod Samokhvalov on Rajan Menon and Eugene B. Rumer;
Kevork Oskanian on Ohannes Geukjian;
Rodric Braithwaite on Oleg V. Khlevniuk;
Kateryna Smagliy on Zuzanna Bogumił et al.;
Neil Robinson on Boris Minaev and Yeltsin Center;
Olga R. Gulina on Mark Bassin et al.;
David White on Vladimir Gel’man;
John B. Dunlop on David Satter;
Rasmus Nilsson on Marlene Laruelle;
Patrick M. Bell on Elizabeth A. Wood et al.;
Jokubas Salyga on Paul Hare and Gerard Turley

Violence in the Post-Soviet Space
JSPPS 2:2 (2016)

Guest Editors: Natasha Kuhrt, King's College London
Marcin Kaczmarski, University of Warsaw

General Editor and Issue Editor-in-Chief: Julie Fedor, University of Melbourne

Consulting Editor: Andreas Umland, Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation, Kyiv

Editors: Samuel Greene, King's College London
André Härtel, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
Andrey Makarychev, University of Tartu

284 pages, Paperback. 2016
ISSN 2364-5334

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