1. From the Editors: Memories at Peace or in Pieces? Reconciliation with the Past
  2. I. Gerasimov, S. Glebov, A. Kaplunovski, M. Mogilner, A. Semyonov
  3. pp. 17-20
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  1. Memory and History: The Neighbors?
  2. Jan Gross, Serguei Glebov
  3. pp. 79-86
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  1. Between two Worlds: The Jewish Cemetery in Warsaw as a Cultural Text (1850–1900)
  2. Agnieszka Jagodzińska
  3. pp. 133-154
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  1. Post-Holocaust Reconstruction of Vilne, “The Most Yiddish City in the World”, In New York, Israel and Vilnius
  2. Anna Lipphardt
  3. pp. 167-192
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  1. The Dead Jews: A Reflection on two Models of Useable Past
  2. Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern
  3. pp. 193-206
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  1. Counter-Hegemonic Visions and Reconciliation through The Past: The Case of Turkish Eurasianism
  2. Sener Akturk
  3. pp. 207-238
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  1. Материалы Конституционного Проекта А. Д. Сахарова: Июнь-Ноябрь 1989 г.
  2. pp. 351-372
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  1. Sakharov’s Constitution
  2. Lowry Wyman
  3. pp. 373-379
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  1. A Few Thoughts on the Proposed Constitution by Andrei Sakharov
  2. Joshua Rubenstein
  3. pp. 379-381
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  1. A Vision for a Better but Centralized Union
  2. Joanna Regulska
  3. pp. 384-387
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  1. Ethno-Territorial Federalism and A. D. Sakharov’s Constitutional Draft
  2. Kimitaka Matsuzato
  3. pp. 387-391
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  2. pp. 407-409
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  2. pp. 410-411
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  1. От Пикуля до “Круглого Стола”
  2. Евгений Анисимов
  3. pp. 413-418
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  1. Gorbachev’s Reforms and the Beginning of a New History in the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic
  2. Melissa Gayan
  3. pp. 419-432
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  1. Whither Anti-Stalinism?
  2. Kathleen E. Smith
  3. pp. 433-448
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  1. An Acceptable Past: Memory in the Russian Extrication from Communism
  2. Harley Balzer
  3. pp. 449-468
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  1. Empire as Nostalgia, or A La Recherche De Terres Perdues
  2. Giedrė Mickūnaitė
  3. pp. 523-528
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  1. Ukrainians Rethink their Revolutions
  2. Stephen Velychenko
  3. pp. 640-656
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  1. Culture, Nation, and Identity. The Ukrainian-Russian Encounter (1600–1945) ed. by Andreas Kappeler, et al. (review)
  2. Лиля Бережная
  3. pp. 657-663
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  1. Russia, Ukraine, and the Breakup of the Soviet Union by Roman Szporluk (review)
  2. Emilian Kavalski
  3. pp. 664-668
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  1. Revolution from Abroad. The Soviet Conquest of Poland’s Western Ukraine and Western Belorussia by Jan T. Gross (review)
  2. Эрнест Гыйдел
  3. pp. 674-679
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  1. The Reconstruction of Nations. Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569–1999 by Timothy Snyder (review)
  2. Максим Кирчанов
  3. pp. 694-699
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  1. Великое посольство по Д. Гузевич, И. Гузевич (review)
  2. Эммануэль Вагеманс
  3. pp. 702-708
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  1. From Nyet to Da: Understanding the Russians by Yale Richmond (review)
  2. Никита Храпунов
  3. pp. 709-716
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  1. A Carnival of Revolution. Central Europe, 1989 by Padraic Kenney (review)
  2. Magdalena Żółkoś
  3. pp. 720-724
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  1. Russia Under Yeltsin and Putin: Neo-Liberal Autocracy by Boris Kagarlitsky (review)
  2. Stephen Blank
  3. pp. 725-727
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  1. Putin’s Russia by Lilia Shevtsova (review)
  2. Bruce Bean
  3. pp. 727-730
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  1. Наши Авторы
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  1. Miscellaneous
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  1. Ab Imperio – 2005
  2. pp. 748-751
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 740-743
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