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Unter Beschuss. Freunde und Feinde im Osten Europas [Images of the Enemy]

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Heftbeschreibung / Abstracts (de) (en)

Andreas Heinemann-Grüder
Lehre aus dem Ukrainekonflikt
Das Stockholm-Syndrom der Putin-Versteher
Lessons from the Ukraine conflict
Against the Stockholm syndrome of the Putin-sensitive
Roland Götz
Billiges Gas für Russlands Freunde?
Fakten statt Thesen: Eine Replik
Cheap gas for Russia's friends?
Facts instead of theories: A response
Alexander Libman
Eine zersplitterte Wissenschaft
Volkswirtschaftslehre in Russland und ihr Einfluss auf die Wirtschaftspolitik
A fragmented science
The field of economics in Russia and its political influence
Karolina Wigura
Die ausgebrannte Generation
Präsidentschaftswahlen in Polen 2015
The burnt-out generation
The 2015 Polish presidential election
Stefan Gänzle
Die Donauraumstrategie der EU
Eine Makroregion in der Mehrebenenpolitik
The European Union's danube strategy
A macro-regional approach in EU multilevel policy

Russlands Bilder vom Feind

Lev Gudkov
Antiamerikanismus in Putins Russland
Schichten, Spezifika, Funktionen
Anti-Americanism in Putin's Russia
Layers, specifics, functions
Il'ja Jablokov
Feinde, Verräter, Fünfte Kolonnen
Verschwörungstheorien in Russland
Enemies, traitors, fifth columns
Russian conspiracy theories on the Ukraine crisis
Emil Souleimanov
Dschihadisten in Dagestan
Clans, Kompromisse und krumme Geschäfte
Jihadists in Dagestan
Clans, compromises, crooked business

Ukrainische Wege

Olga Gulina
Nie wieder Krieg
Flüchtlinge aus der Ostukraine
No more war
Refugees from eastern Ukraine
Natalia Shapova-lova
Mühen der Ebenen
Dezentralisierung in der Ukraine
Hard slog
Decentralising reform in Ukraine
Tatiana Zhurzhenko
Erinnerungskonflikte
Gedenkpolitik im postsowjetischen Char'kiv
Wars over memory
Remembrance policy in post-soviet Kharkiv
Andrij Portnov
Das neue Herz der Ukraine?
Dnipropetrovs'k nach dem Europamajdan
The new heart of Ukraine?
Dnipropetrovsk after Euromaidan


 

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A finger pointing at the moon

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