Home » Posts tagged 'politics'

Tag Archives: politics

Call for participation in the debate: “Can Prospect Theory Explain Russia’s 2014 Annexation of Crimea?” Deadline: 30.9.2021

[Feel free to forward, share, or post. Excuse any cross-posting.]


Call for participation in debate “Can Prospect Theory Explain Russia’s 2014 Annexation of Crimea?” 30.9.2021
https://www.facebook.com/events/edit/354414236054009

Since 2019, Dr. Julie Fedor (U of Melbourne), Dr. Gergana Dimova (U of Oxford), and Dr. Andreas Umland (Kyiv-Mohyla Academy) have been editing a series of special sections on the annexation of Crimea, within the ibidem Press “Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society” (JSPPS): www.jspps.eu. See https://www.facebook.com/events/460801681761446. JSPPS is also distributed via Columbia University Press here: https://cup.columbia.edu/series/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society


We invite junior and senior scholars to read, and comment on, the peer-reviewed forthcoming JSPPS paper (of which the text will be provided):


“Loss Aversion, Neoimperial Frames and Territorial Expansion: Using Prospect Theory to Examine the Annexation of Crimea”

By Dr. Ion Marandici, Department of Political Science, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick

Abstract: Why did Russia’s authoritarian leader decide to annex Crimea? Why could Ukraine’s politicians not resist the Russian aggression effectively? This study relies on prospect theory and new documentary evidence to illuminate the decision-making in Moscow and Kyiv that led to the takeover of Crimea. The paper assesses the scope conditions of prospect theory compared to alternative theories of foreign policy decision-making. First, it identifies the turning points of the Euromaidan crisis preceding the annexation and traces how Putin’s assessment of the status quo shifted repeatedly between the domains of losses and gains. In the domain of losses, the authoritarian leader, influenced by an imperial faction within the presidential administration, became more risk acceptant, annexed the peninsula, and escalated the hybrid warfare. In doing so, Russia’s president framed the intervention, using nationalist themes and drawing on salient historical analogies from the imperial era. Second, the analysis of new documents released by Ukraine’s National Defense and Security Council (RNBO) and participant testimonies reveals that the decision-makers in Kyiv could not mount an effective resistance due to squabbles among coalition partners, the breakdown of the military chain of command in Crimea, the looming threat of a full-scale Russian invasion from the East, and the inflated expectations regarding the West’s capacity to deter Russia’s aggression. Third, the article relies on prospect theory to explain why after Crimea’s annexation, Putin refrained from continuing the territorial expansion at Ukraine’s expense, opting instead to engage in hybrid warfare and back secessionism in Eastern Ukraine. This account highlights the explanatory power of prospect theory compared to alternative frameworks, pointing out, at the same time, the need to incorporate strategic interactions, personality factors, and group dynamics in future studies of foreign policy decision-making.  


We are looking for pronounced statements on Marandici’s paper of between approx. 800 and 5,000 words. If interested to add your comment to this debate, please, request the PDF of the paper from: andreas.umland@ukma.edu.ua which we will send out in August 2021. Final texts need to be submitted until 30 September 2021 – preferably earlier. 


As models for the formal style of your comment (footnotes, transliteration, quotes, etc.), please, refer to these open-access papers: Andrew Wilson, “The Crimean Tatar Question: A Prism for Changing Nationalisms and Rival Versions of Eurasianism,” JSPPS 3:2 (2017), https://doi.org/10.24216/97723645330050302_01 Maria Shagina, “Business as Usual: Sanctions Circumvention by Western Firms in Crimea,” JSPPS 5:1 (2019), https://doi.org/10.24216/97723645330050501_04


Either footnotes or the Harvard style can be used. We will only accept fully edited, properly referenced as well as well-formatted texts in perfect English, and cannot assist in preparing or editing comments. Please, fully list all texts to which you are referring to in the footnotes or bibliography. Please, do not send us half-ready articles. We cannot absolutely guarantee publication before receiving your text, but will be happy to publish all competent comments that tackle the issue, have some empirical, conceptual and theoretical grounding, are linguistically and stylistically publishable, as well as arrive in time. Contributions to this debate will not be peer-reviewed but treated like book reviews. Multi-authored texts are welcome too. Female contributors are especially welcome.


We may have a second round of debate in 2022, if interest in continuing this discussion is sufficiently high. We later intend to republish the entire debate, within a larger collected volume.
https://www.ibidem.eu/de/zeitschriften/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society.html
https://www.facebook.com/events/edit/354414236054009

Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society 7:1 (2021): Special sections on the history, memory & interpretation of the #OUN

#JSPPS 8:1 (2021). @ibidem11 @ColumbiaUP

Special Section: Issues in the History and Memory of the #OUN IV

Yuliya Yurchuk, Andreas Umland: Introduction: Studies in the Course and Commemoration of the OUN’s Anti-Soviet Resistance
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Intro_01.pdf

Grzegorz Motyka: NKVD Internal Troops Operations against the Ukrainian Insurgent Army in 1944–45
https://www.ibidem.eu/en/zeitschriften/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society-18213.html

Oksana Myshlovska: History Education and Reconciliation: The Ukrainian National Underground Movement in Secondary School Curricula, Textbooks, and Classroom Practices (1991–2012)
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01_Myshlovska.pdf

Marian Luschnat-Ziegler: Observing Trends in Ukrainian Memory Politics (2014–2019) through Structural Topic Modeling
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01_Luschnat-Ziegler.pdf
===============

Special Section: A Debate on “#Ustashism,” Generic #Fascism, and the OUN I

Oleksandr Zaitsev: On Ustashism and Fascism: A Response to Critics

Roger Griffin: Fascism, Ustashism, and the Ecumenical Application of Ideal Types

Angel Alcalde: A New Turn: On the Need for a Transnational Interpretation of the Ustasa and OUN

Stephen Shenfield: Accommodating “Stateless Nations” in the Conceptualization of Fascism

Ivan Gomza: Gravity of Void: Remarks on the Structural Consistency and Empirical Validity of the Notion of “Ustashism”

Per Rudling: “Saving the OUN from a Collaborationist and Possibly Fascist Fate:” On the Genealogy of the Discourse on the OUN’s “Non-Fascism”
==========

Reviews:

Maria Shagina on Thane Gustafson: The Bridge: Natural Gas in a Redivided Europe
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Gustafson.pdf

Iryna Shchygol on Maria Rogacheva: Soviet Scientists Remember: Oral Histories of the Cold War Generation
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Rogacheva.pdf

Aleksander Ivanov on Zuzanna Bogumił: Gulag Memories: The Rediscovery and Commemoration of Russia’s Repressive Past
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Bogumil.pdf

Aijan Sharshenova on Bettina Renz: Russia’s Military Revival
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Renz.pdf

Darina Sadvakassova on Marlene Laruelle: The Nazarbayev Generation: Youth in Kazakhstan
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Laruelle.pdf
Kateryna Smagliy on Beth A. Fischer: The Myth of Triumphalism: Rethinking President Reagan’s Cold War Legacy
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Fischer.pdf

Mariia Koskina on Victoria Donovan: Chronicles in Stone: Preservation, Patriotism, and Identity in Northwest Russia
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Donovan.pdf

Aleksandra Pomiecko on Brandon Schechter: The Stuff of Soldiers: A History of the Red Army in World War II through Objects
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Schechter.pdf

Magda Giurcanu on Andrew Monaghan: Dealing with the Russians
https://ibidem-verlag.de/pdf/07-01-Rez_Monaghan.pdf

https://www.ibidem.eu/en/zeitschriften/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society/journal-of-soviet-and-post-soviet-politics-and-society-18213.html

On Western strategy towards #Russia: From ‘#Putinfirst’ to ‘democracy first’ – #AndriusKubilius in “European View” 2021

The article analyses two distinct approaches that Western leaders have taken to relations with Putin’s Russia. It argues that the dominant approach of fostering good relations with Vladimir Putin, prioritising these over support for longer-term democratic change in Russia, has not brought any results and is damaging the interests of Russian society, neighbouring countries and the West. The article analyses the prerequisites for deep change in Russia and argues that there is a need for the EU to comprehensively review and change its strategy towards Russia, putting democracy at its core. It discusses in detail the deterrence, containment and transformation elements of a new EU strategy. The article emphasises that the strategic approach of ‘democracy first’ in relations with Russia also relates to the future of democracy in general and should be a priority of EU–US cooperation.

Source: On Western strategy towards Russia: From ‘Putin first’ to ‘democracy first’ – Andrius Kubilius, 2021

Не та война, не в то время: почему теории конфликтов не применимы к войне России и Украины, – Умланд | Політика | UKRLIFE.TV

Source: Не та война, не в то время: почему теории конфликтов не применимы к войне России и Украины, – Умланд | Політика | UKRLIFE.TV

Articles series on post-Corona Ukrainian international relations with Pavlo Klimkin. Part 3: June 2020

UIF

Pavlo Klimkin and myself recently started, within the Ukrainian Institute for the Future, a series of jointly authored articles on Ukraine’s international relations, during and after the pandemic. The links to the Academia.edu PDFs of various versions of the articles published during April and May 2020 may be found here: https://umland.wordpress.com/2020/05/02/articles-series-on-post-corona-ukrainian-ir-with-pavlo-klimkin-part-1-april-2020/

https://umland.wordpress.com/2020/06/01/articles-series-on-post-corona-ukrainian-international-relations-with-pavlo-klimkin-part-2-may-2020/

 

Below are the titles of and links to further versions and translations of these texts published, in different editions, in French, English, and German, in June 2020. More such texts (including in Polish) are forthcoming.

 

The Coronavirus Crisis as a Critical Juncture for Ukraine and the World // Foreign Policy Blogs, 2020

 

La crise du Covid-19: un moment critique pour l’Ukraine et pour le monde // Regard Sur l’Est, 2020

 

Die Corona-Krise als Wendepunkt für die Weltpolitik und die Ukraine: Geopolitische Auswirkungen der Pandemie auf das internationale System und die ukrainischen auswärtigen Angelegenheiten // Portal für Politikwissenschaft, 2020

 

Predicting the Post-Pandemic World: “Deep Globalism” or Isolation? // Harvard International Review, 2020

————————————————————————————————–

 

Some additional oral reflections on our prognoses:

 

With Adam Reichardt Maciej Makulski: Talk Eastern Europe Episode 40: Will COVID-19 bring a new world order? // New Eastern Europe, 11 June 2020. neweasterneurope.eu/2020/06/11/talk-eastern-europe-episode-40-will-covid-19-bring-a-new-world-order/

———————

 

Some additional articles by Pavlo Klimkin published in June 2020:

 

Східне партнерство у новій реальності: на що варто звернути увагу Україні // Європейська правда, 2020

 

Пополнение на Минской площадке по Донбассу – верная, но бесполезная история // Ліга.net, 2020

 

Росія: що далі? Що чекає РФ після реінкарнації путінізму на референдумі, та до чого варто готуватися Україні // Дзеркало тижня. Україна, 2020 (with Volodymyr Ivanov)

————————————-

 

A series of translated articles on the issue of Crimea’s return under Kyiv control, from June 2020:

 

Почему путинский захват Крыма носит лишь временный характер [unauthorized translation by InoSMI.ru]

InoSMI, 2020

 

Почему завоевание Путиным Крыма – это лишь временное явление [unauthorized translation by inoPressa]

InoPressa.ru, 2020

 

Bis Putin geht: Warum Russlands Annexion der Krim nur vorübergehender Natur ist

Focus Online, 2020

 

Kodel pokoronine Rusija galiausiai grazins Kryma Ukrainai

Lietuvos nacionalinis radijas ir televizija, 2020

 

Why Post-Corona Russia Will Eventually Hand Crimea Voluntarily Back to Ukraine

Emerging Europe, 2020

 

Крым может стать для Путина дорогостоящей обузой [unauthorized translation by inoSMI.ru]

ИноСМИ.ru, 2020

 

Crimea Could Become an Expensive Liability for Putin

Atlantic Council, 2020

 

Чи хочуть росіяни платити? Чому посткоронавірусна Росія зрештою поверне Крим Україні

Дзеркало тижня, 2020

 

Хотят ли русские платить? Почему посткоронавирусная Россия в конце концов вернет Крым Украине

Зеркало недели, 2020

=================================================

 

Andreas Umland, Dr. phil., Ph. D.

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7916-4646

 

Coll. vol.: The 21st Century Cold War: A New World Order? Ed. by Jeffrey Kaplan @Routledge

Image generated by GPL Ghostscript (device=pnmraw)
The 21st Century Cold War: A New World Order?
Edited by Jeffrey Kaplan. ISBN 9780367427863.
Routledge Politics, IR and Strategic Studies 2020.
176 pages.
 
 
The 21st Century Cold War is a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the pattern of Russian interference in the internal affairs of other nations, suggesting that what in the Cold War was a simple conflict of East vs. West has expanded into a conflict between Russia and two increasingly separate Wests.
The book begins with an examination of the structure of the Cold War and post-Cold War world, and subsequently explores Russian interference by overt, grey, and covert means including, but not limited to, cyberespionage, “fake news”, and the use of what in the Cold War would have been called front groups and agents of influence. The approach encompasses both historic and contemporary themes, with the question of whether the Cold War between East and West–capitalism and communism–is a thing of the past, or does it continue today in new ideological guises, as a central theme. Expert contributors explore what the motivations and implications for the pattern of Russian interference in the political processes of other states would be, and what new coalitions of actors are taking shape both for and against Russian activities. With a series of historical and contemporary case studies, focusing on the origins and contemporary dimensions of Russian information warfare, and exploring the issues involved from every perspective, The 21st Century Cold War will be of great interest to scholars of Security and Strategic Studies, International Relations, and Cold War History, as well as policy makers and security professionals. The chapters were originally published as a special issue of Terrorism and Political Violence.
 
T a b l e   o f    C o n t e n t s
 
Introduction
Jeffrey Kaplan
 
1. The Wests: Decline Management and Geopolitics
David B. Kanin
 
2. More East than West: The World Council of Churches at the Dawn of the Cold War
Jeffrey Kaplan
 
3. Useful Idiots or Fellow Travelers? The Relationship between the American Far Right and Russia
George Michael
 
4. Russian Foreign Policy Management and Manipulation with the Soviet Successor States
Carol Lutz, Brenda J. Lutz, and James M. Lutz
 
5. Hybrid Warfare and the Legal Domain
Andres Muñoz Mosquera, Sascha-Dominik Bachmann, and J. Abraham Muñoz Bravo
 
6. Irregular Militias and Radical Nationalism in Post-Euromaydan Ukraine: The Prehistory and Emergence of the “Azov” Battalion in 2014
Andreas Umland
 
7. The Africa Policy of Russia
János Besenyő
 
8. The Asymmetric Approach in Russian Security Strategy: Implications for the Nordic Countries
Katri Pynnöniemi
——————————-
 
The Editor:
Jeffrey Kaplan is a Professor at Habib University in Karachi, Pakistan, and the author or editor of 22 books and over 70 articles and anthology chapters on religious violence, millenarianism, terrorism, and oppositional religious movements. He is Book Review Editor for Terrorism and Political Violence.

Articles series on post-Corona Ukrainian international relations, with Pavlo Klimkin. Part 2: May 2020

UIF

Pavlo Klimkin and myself recently started, within the Ukrainian Institute for the Future, a series of jointly authored articles on Ukraine’s international relations, during and after the pandemic. The links to the Academia.edu PDFs of various versions of the initial two articles published during April 2020 may be found here: https://umland.wordpress.com/2020/05/02/articles-series-on-post-corona-ukrainian-ir-with-pavlo-klimkin-part-1-april-2020/

 

Below are the titles of and links to further versions and translations of these texts published, in different editions, in French, English, German and Russian. More such texts (including in Polish) are forthcoming.

 

La crise du coronavirus, un moment critique pour l’Ukraine et le monde // EUtalk, 2020

 

Schöne neue Welt: Die Ukraine in der sich wandelnden Geopolitik // The European, 2020

 

How to Progress Ukraine’s Western Integration as a Prelude to Accession to the EU and NATO // Utrikespolitiska Institutet Paper, 2020

 

The Coronavirus Crisis as a Critical Juncture for Ukraine and the World: Deliberations on the Political Repercussions of the Ongoing Pandemic for International Relations and Ukrainian Foreign Affairs // New Eastern Europe, 2020

 

Brave New World: How the Pandemic Is Changing the International System and Ukraine’s Place in It // Ukraine World, 2020

 

Die Coronakrise belegt einmal mehr, was die Ukraine bereits wusste: Die jetzige UNO funktioniert nicht // Ukraine verstehen, 2020

 

Что делать Украине, Грузии и Молдове для продолжения западной интеграции в условиях мирового кризиса // JAMnews, 2020

————————————————————————————————–

 

Some additional oral reflections on our prognoses:

 

With Martin Kragh: Ukraine’s Prospects for Integration with the EU and NATO // Swedish Institute of International Affairs, 2020. https://soundcloud.com/user-312634401/ukraines-prospects-for-integration-with-the-eu-and-nato

 

With Volodymyr Yermolenko: How Is the Pandemic Changing the World and Ukraine’s Place in It? // Ukraine World, 2020. https://soundcloud.com/user-579586558/ep-25-how-is-the-pandemic-changing-the-world-and-ukraines-place-in-it

Articles series on post-Corona Ukrainian IR with Pavlo Klimkin. Part 1: April 2020

UIF 

Pavlo Klimkin and myself recently started, within the Ukrainian Institute for the Future, a series of jointly authored articles on Ukraine’s international relations, during and after the pandemic. Below are the links to the Academia.edu PDFs of the first such articles published during April 2020. These are various versions, excerpts and translations of two larger texts published, in different editions, in Ukrainian, English, German and Russian. More such texts (including in Polish) are forthcoming.

Coronavirus proves what Ukrainians already knew — the UN doesn’t work // Atlantic Council, 2020

Прекрасний новий світ…: Роздуми про безпеку людства, перезавантаження міжнародної системи та долю України після пандемії // Дзеркало тижня, 2020

Прекрасный новый мир…: Раздумья о безопасности человечества, перезагрузке международной системы и судьбе Украины после пандемии // Зеркало недели, 2020

Die Corona-Krise als Wendepunkt: Weltpolitik und die Ukraine // GSP-Einblick, 2020

Grey Zone Politics: Why Ukraine Needs Creative International Cooperation // European Council on Foreign Relations, 2020

Альтернативні шляхи західної інтеграції України під час та після коронакризи: Як Києву реагувати на нову геополітичну ситуацію, в якій опинилися країни східноєвропейської «сірої зони»? // VoxUkraine , 2020

Альтернативные пути западной интеграции Украины во время и после коронакризиса: Как Киеву реагировать на новую геополитическую ситуацию, в которой оказались страны восточноевропейской «серой зоны»? // VoxUkraine, 2020

——————————————————————————

Some additional oral reflections on our prognoses in Ukrainian and Russian, with Liudmyla Nemyria of UkrLife TV:

КЛАСИЧНИХ ЗОН ВПЛИВУ В СВІТІ БІЛЬШЕ НЕ БУДЕ, – ПАВЛО КЛІМКІН 

www.ukrlife.tv/video/politika/klasichnih-zon-vplivu-v-sviti-bilshe-ne-bude-pavlo-klimkin

КОНЕЦ ЭПОХИ ДЛЯ РОССИИ И УГРОЗА ПЕРЕИЗБРАНИЮ ТРАМПА, – АНДРЕАС УМЛАНД 

www.ukrlife.tv/video/politika/konets-epohi-dlia-rossii-i-ugroza-pereizbraniiu-trampa-andreas-umland

WORLD AFFAIRS: Call for Rebuttals on the Future of Ukrainian-German Relations

wafj_183_1.cover
[Please, excuse any cross-posting, and feel free to share, forward or publish.]
 
Dear colleagues,

the editors of the SAGE Publishing, Scopus Elsevier-listed “World Affairs Journal,” founded in 1837 and located in Washington, DC, are prepared to consider publication of scholarly rebuttals to my recent essay, in the 183rd volume of WORLD AFFAIRS:

“Can Germany Become a Major Ally of Ukraine? Counterintuitive Deliberations on a Coming Partnership between Kyiv and Berlin”
See: https://doi.org/10.1177/0043820020906371

PDFs of the essay can be downloaded from Academia.edu and ResearchGate:
https://academia.edu/42184544/Can_Germany_Become_a_Major_Ally_of_Ukraine_Counterintuitive_Deliberations_on_a_Coming_Partnership_between_Kyiv_and_Berlin
https://researchgate.net/publication/339817378_Can_Germany_Become_a_Major_Ally_of_Ukraine_Counterintuitive_Deliberations_on_a_Coming_Partnership_between_Kyiv_and_Berlin

The WAJ’s editorial board would be ready to “consider any rebuttals, provided they are thoroughly formulated and referenced.” You would have to follow WAJ’s standards regarding its articles’ analytical, linguistic and formal style, and to provide some empirical data in your essay. Please, consult these submission guidelines:

https://journals.sagepub.com/author-instructions/WAF

Please, do not burden the World Affairs Journal with half-ready manuscripts or polemical texts that may be substantively relevant, but are, as such, not publishable in an academic outlet. Note also that the journal has no office secretary or technical editor who could take care of problems regarding your essay’s orthography, references, transliteration, punctuation etc. These issues need to be solved by yourself before submission.

Your text has to be submitted via this Clarivate Analytics submission site for which you will need an ORCID number:

https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/waf

After successful submission, you will have to go through several editorial rounds and approve the final pages for print.

Keep me in the loop if you decide to submit. However, I can not take part in writing any such rebuttals.

Cheers
Andreas

Пригл. к подаче статей: 75 лет окончания Второй мировой войны || Форум новейшей восточноевропейской истории и культуры. 2020. №№ 1-2(32)

russcover15 (1)

https://www.facebook.com/events/2590201954637008/

«Форум новейшей восточноевропейской истории и культуры» http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forumruss.html – русскоязычный научный журнал свободного доступа, издаваемый Институтом восточноевропейских исследований (ZIMOS) Католического университета г. Айхштетт, Бавария (http://www.ku.de/forschungseinr/zimos/). Информацию о журнале и архив прошлых номеров можно найти на сайте журнала: http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forumruss.html .

Мы приглашаем авторов особенно к подаче исследовательских статей по теме «75 лет окончания Второй мировой войны». Мы также заинтересованы в статьях на другие темы «Форума», такие как история современных политических идей, сравнительная демократизация, религиоведение, формы и теория тоталитаризма, международные отношения Восточной Европы, связи и конфликты между Западом и Востоком и др.

Основные требования к рукописям: статьи должны быть основаны на результатах эмпирических исследований, обладать четкой структурой, ссылаться на все источники исследования и быть должным образом оформлены. Объем рукописей должен быть не менее 4,000 и не более 15,000 слов. Правила оформления статей можно найти здесь: http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/Vorgaben%20Forum%20RU.pdf . Редакция «Форума» также рекомендует авторам ознакомиться с правилами оформления рукописей на примере публикаций в последних номерах журнала на сайте http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forumruss.html.

К подаче статей для спецсекции допускаются русскоязычные рукописи, которые ранее публиковались в не-русскоязычных научных или в печатных русских журналах или сборниках. В случае принятия таких рукописей к публикации, авторы должны самостоятельно обеспечить адекватный русский перевод и/или тщательное стилистическое оформление статьи или главы по указанным правилам, а также урегулировать вопрос о копирайте с издательством журнала или книги оригинальной публикации.

В качестве компетентных русских переводчиков с немецкого, украинского и английского языков мы можем порекомендовать филологов, которые ранее для нас переводили. Просим урегулировать все вопросы Вашей оплаты и редактирования русского перевода напрямую с переводчиком. Черновики русского текста, предоставленного переводчиком, должны тщательно проверятся автором, так как переводчик может не полностью понимать суть и тонкости узко специализированного исследования.

Последний срок подачи рукописей – 31 марта 2020 г. Выпуск номера планируется на осень 2020 года.

Редакция «Форума» просит авторов присылать рукописи в формате MS Word (DOC, DOCX) по адресам:
– Леонид Люкс | Leonid Luks (Институт восточноевропейских исследований, г. Айхштетт) leonid.luks@ku-eichstaett.de,
– Андреас Умланд | Andreas Umland (Институт политичной науки, г. Йена) andreas.umland@uni-jena.de.

Zentralinstitut für Mittel- und Osteuropastudien Eichstätt
http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forumruss.html

https://www.facebook.com/events/2590201954637008/