Central Asian, Russian & East European Studies News & Updates – Page 2
Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January) is a national event in the United Kingdom dedicated to the remembrance of the victims of The Holocaust. It was first held in January 2001 and has been on the same date every year since. The chosen date is the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp by the Soviet Union in 1945, the date also chosen for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day and some other national Holocaust Memorial Days.
The Routledge Jewish Studies Series covers the disciplines of history, sociology, anthropology, culture, politics, philosophy, theology, religion, as they relate to Jewish affairs. The series is interested in receiving appropriate scripts or proposals.
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Russia's Skinheads by Hilary Pilkington, Al'bina Garifzianova and Elena Omel'chenko has won the Nove Prize 2010, which was presented at the BASEES Annual dinner.
Following the recent Presidential elections in Russia, Routledge are pleased to showcase our selection of topical titles on Vladimir Putin.
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Mariya Y. Omelicheva's Counterterrorism Policies in Central Asia was selected as an ‘Outstanding Academic Title 2011’ by Choice Magazine.
Providing concisely written entries on the most important current issues in Central Asia and Eurasia, this atlas offers relevant background information on the region’s place in the contemporary political and economic world.
Since Soviet collapse, the independent republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan have faced tremendous political, economic and security challenges. Focusing on these five republics, this introductory textbook analyzes the contending understandings of the politics of the past, present and future transformations of Central Asia, including its role in the international security context.