Learning from Russia: The History of Soviets in Britain
- "CONGRESSES OF RUSSIA ABROAD" IN THE 1920S AND THE POLITICS OF Ã‰MIGRÃ‰ NATIONALISM: A LIBERAL SURVIVAL. Glebov, Serguei // Ab Imperio;2000, Issue 3/4, p159
Serguei Glebov uses documents from the national committee in Paris to analyze the efforts of liberal right-wing Russian emigrant groups to create a single anti-Bolshevik front. The author shows that despite the predominance of monarchist views among most emigres and despite the tendency toward...
- The age of the emigres. Kramer, Hilton // New Criterion;Apr97, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p17
Discusses the holding of the exhibition `Exiles and Emigres: The Flight of European Artists from Hitler.' Role played by European emigres in reshaping American cultural life in the 1930s and 1940s; Ideas fostered by emigre artists; American art movement in the so-called New York School.
- Sociopolitical factors in the development of Russian society. Boikov, Vladimir E. // Russian Social Science Review;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p3
Gives information from a survey which shows the conditions which changes people's sociopolitical positions in Russia, focusing on the extent to which this affects their political activities. Effects the changes in the economic model has on the social structure; Discussion of the interrelation...
- The Historical Relationship between the Shawls of GÃ¼rÃ¼n and Iran. İmer, Zahıde // Asian Folklore Studies;2005, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p261
About a thousand years ago, Turks settled in Anatolia. Along the way, while migrating from Central Asia, they established a common concept of culture and arts in every country they claimed to be under Turkish sovereignty. For this reason it is possible to find the same motifs in the arts of...
- The Study of Russian Electoral Behavior. Strakhov, A.P. // Russian Social Science Review;May/Jun2002, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p36
Examines the Russian electoral behavior. Focuses on sociocultural factors; Role of political scientists'; Reviews the theory and practice of studying the electoral process.
- The Bolshevik-Menshevik Split. Cavendish, Richard // History Today;Nov2003, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p64
Provides information on the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party. Reason for the decision of the group to move its base from Brussels, Belgium to London, England; Groups into which the party is divided; Reason for the dissolution of the group.
- Pro-Russian rebels vow to retake Ukrainian cities. // Regional Today;10/24/2014, p3
The article reports on oath taken by Russian rebels to take over Ukrainian cities, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyukâ€˜s allegations of Russian provocations before elections, and statement by European Union (EU) and U.S. alleging Russia's support to the rebels.
- Justice elusive for settlers and Palestinians. Wall, J.M. // Christian Century;4/11/90, Vol. 107 Issue 12, p355
Editorial. Reports on the conditions of immigrants to East Jerusalem, Israel. Soviet immigrants; Israel's acceptance of all Jews; Housing programs; Former Muslim village of Nabi Samuel.
- A troublesome exodus. Clifton, T.; Whitmore, J. // Newsweek;9/25/1989, Vol. 114 Issue 13, p51
Talks about the United States' years of trying to force the Soviet Union to allow Russian Jews to emigrate freely, and how the US is trying to close the doors now that Moscow is allowing the Jews to leave. Discusses why the US is worried, and tensions rising in Israel and the US over the emigrees.