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Consular Convention With The Soviet Union

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations
ISBN : UCAL:$B643597
Genre : Diplomatic and consular service, American
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Considers problems relating to foreign diplomats' and tourists' rights under the proposed Consular Convention with the Soviet Union. Includes "U.S.-U.S.S.R. Consular Convention Together with Protocol Thereto," June 1964 (p. 283-318).
Category: Diplomatic and consular service, American

Soviet Mathematics

Author : Soviet Union. Ministerstvo vysshego i srednego spet︠s︡ialʹnogo obrazovanii︠a︡
ISBN : UOM:39015046577907
Genre : Mathematics
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Category: Mathematics

The Soviet Union

Author : United States. Department of State
ISBN : MINN:31951D019749458
Genre : Business & Economics
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State Department Publication 10779. General Editor: David S. Patterson. Includes documentation illuminating the foreign policymaking process of the United States Government, with emphasis on the highest level at which policy on a particular subject was determined. Focuses on the development of policy and on major aspects and repercussions of its execution rather than on the details of policy execution.
Category: Business & Economics

Soviet Union Review

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ISBN : OSU:32435057762387
Genre : Soviet Union
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Religious Persecution In The Soviet Union

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Europe and the Middle East
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063165794
Genre : Antisemitism
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Category: Antisemitism

Information Bulletin

Author : Soviet Union. Posolʹstvo (U.S.)
ISBN : IND:30000108568472
Genre : World War, 1939-1945
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Category: World War, 1939-1945

Soviet Union

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ISBN : UOM:39015061655190
Genre : Soviet Union
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Dissident Histories In The Soviet Union

Author : Barbara Martin
ISBN : 1788310535
Genre : History
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How was it possible to write history in the Soviet Union, under strict state control and without access to archives? What methods of research did these 'historians' - be they academic, that is based at formal institutions, or literary - rely on? And how was their work influenced by their complex and shifting relationships with the state? To answer these questions, Barbara Martin here tracks the careers of four important dissidents: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Roy Medvedev, Aleksandr Nekrich and Anton Antonov-Ovseenko. Based on extensive archival research and interviews (with some of the authors themselves, as well as those close to them), the result is a nuanced and very necessary history of Soviet dissident history writing, from the relative liberalisation of de-Stalinisation through increasing repression and persecution in the Brezhnev era to liberalisation once more during perestroika. In the process Martin sheds light onto late Soviet society and its relationship with the state, as well as the ways in which this dissidence lives on in post-Soviet Russia. This is important reading for all scholars working on late Soviet history and society.
Category: History

The Soviet Way Of Crime

Author : Lydia S. Rosner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105038275496
Genre : Social Science
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[This] is a book which challenges criminologists and sociologists, [it is] one of our first criminological glimpses into the subterranean aspects of a society that has long remained closed to outsiders . . . it holds the prospect of breathing new life into the old debate about the relationship between immigrants and crime. Contemporary Sociology This study examines criminal patterns among Russian immigrants who have left the Soviet Union since 1973 and settled in the Brighton Beach area of Brooklyn, New York. Unlike earlier immigrants, most of whom left behind peasant societies, these recent immigrants emerged from a more industrialized society. Data were obtained from interviews with immigrants (N=35), law enforcement officials and others. Crime is an essential ingredient in Soviet citizens' way of life. The ability to obtain wealth rests on control of goods and services illegally diverted from the state via bribery and corruption. At every level of society, those who can steal or divert official supplies do so. A large proportion of Soviet emigres bring to the United States social and psychological patterns of behavior imposed upon them in crime-ridden Soviet society. Thus, they become ivolved in forged drivers' licenses and other illegal documents and obtaining state benefits to which they are not entitled. These types of crime are not the crimes of peasants but of urbanites prepared to beat the bureaucracy.
Category: Social Science