The social structure of the transitional society
- Nothing but `nyet': Russia reconsidered. // Crain's Chicago Business;10/16/95, Vol. 18 Issue 42, p18
Reports on the speech of Ruzhiemer International executive S. Enders Wimbush at a National Strategy Forum luncheon in Chicago. Comments on Russia's economic and political prospects; Alienation from the political system; Growing opposition to foreign control of Russian companies; Similarity...
- A land of individualists. Bernstein, Jonas // American Spectator;Jun93, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p48
Describes Russia today, a land of rampant inflation, rises in infectious disease and political, social and economic uncertainty. Worry that a return to totalitarianism is imminent; Numbers of individuals dreaming of leaving Moscow for the west; Discussions with those who won't leave; Government...
- Bardak shadows. Bernstein, Jonas // American Spectator;Feb1994, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p80
Discusses bardak or the disorder and chaos existent in Russian Federation. Electoral fortunes of ultra-rightist Vladimir Zhirinovsky and his Liberal Democratic Party; Kidnapping of schoolchildren in Rostov-on-Don; General perception that the country is run by crime lords; Escalation in...
- Shali graves. Bernstein, Jonas // American Spectator;May95, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p60
Reports on developments related to the war in Chechnya in Russia. Displacement of Chechens into neighboring Ingushetia; Views of Pyotr Kosov, adviser to Ingush president Ruslan Aushev on the Chechnian war; Social conditions of the people affected by the war.
- A perilous profession. Zagalsky, Leonid // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;May/Jun1995, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p9
Reports on the increasing peril to journalists in Russia. Killing of four journalists during the first three months of 1995; Similarity of contemporary Russia with Chicago in the 1930s; Murder of Russian Public Television Executive Director Vladislav Listyev.
- Russians too busy and too tired to plot revolution. Matloff, Judith // Christian Science Monitor;9/8/98, Vol. 90 Issue 199, p1
Looks at the possibility of social or military revolution in Russia in 1998. Why Russia seems ripe for another revolution; The weariness of the Russian people; Their efforts to find food; The demoralization of the military; Why analysts do not think it very likely that the military will revolt;...
- How to handle the Russian bear. Lewis, Richard D. // Management Today;Sep95, p90
Offers advice on dealing with Russians on the negotiating table. Transition of Russian society; Russian geography rather than government control as factors in building the Russian character; Traits of pessimism and stoicism amid adversity; Primarily people-oriented than deal-oriented; Focus on...
- Living in Russia Today (Film). Talbot, Elizabeth // School Library Journal;Nov98, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p66
Reviews the film 'Living in Russia Today,' which history, culture, and the former Soviet Union.
- Drinking as Communication in Russian Culture. Khatskevich, Elena // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2009, p1
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- Happy New Year? Richardson, Paul // Russian Life;Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p4
Highlights socio-political events and changes taking place in Russia. Rise of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin; Lesson of Vietnam and Afghanistan; Chechnya, Russia conflict; Isolation of Russia from the United States and the rest of the West.