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Article
Doped and disclosed: Anatomopolitics, biopower, and sovereignty in the Russian sports industry

Medvedev S. A., Makarychev A.

Politics and the Life Sciences. 2019. Vol. 38. No. 2. P. 132-143.

Book chapter
Latent Factors of Protest Participation: A Basic Computational Model

Akhremenko A. S., Yureskul E., Petrov A.

In bk.: 2019 Twelfth International Conference "Management of large-scale system development" (MLSD). M.: IEEE, 2019. P. 1-4.

Working paper
NATIONAL PRIDE IN THE COLLECTIVE MEMORY OF BRITISH AND RUSSIAN YOUTH

Sorokina A., Maximenkova M., Kasamara V.

Political Science. PS. Высшая школа экономики, 2019. No. 71.

Articles by HSE Researchers in Collection of Studies on Post-Soviet History

On December 26, 1991, the Soviet Union was dissolved and the Russian flag was raised over Kremlin. Taylor & Francis Group gathered a large collection of studies on Soviet and post-Soviet periods containing 150 research articles to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this event. Articles by staff from the School of Political Science were also included in the collection ‘The Dissolution of the Soviet Union: 25 Years On’.  All the publications will be available free of charge until the end of June 2017.

Articles by HSE Researchers in Collection of Studies on Post-Soviet History

The first half of the collection is dedicated to the Soviet period, in particular, to such topics as the defense, the Soviet economy, political control in the media etc. The second half includes studies of post-Soviet Russia, including issues related to nuclear security, military power, and nation-building.

The section on Research on Post-Soviet Russia features two articles by the staff members of the School of Political Science published in the Post-Soviet Affairs journal: ‘Bad enough governance’: state capacity and quality of institutions in post-Soviet autocracies by Andrei Melville and Mikhail Mironyuk, and Three dilemmas of hybrid regime governance: Russia from Putin to Putin by Nikolay Petrov (the article is co-authored by Maria Lipman & Henry E. Hale).

Taylor & Francis Group publish over 2,400 journals and around 6,500 books every year. It is the world's largest academic publisher in the Humanities and the Social Sciences.