Organized crime in the Soviet Russia: the paradox of institutionalization. Part One.
... over a major period in the 20th century, and analyze transformation that this criminal activity underwent. The article opens with the analysis of the development processes of the organized crime typical for the Soviet society. It is shown that in the Soviet period of history, organized crime, inheriting the previous organizational forms, acquired new features that reflected particular features of the new social and economic structure. The author identifies certain features of organized crime at different ...
Kant and His Heritage in Belarusian Philosophy of the Soviet and Post-Soviet Periods
... Mezhdunarodnoj nauchnoj konferencii, 19-20 noyabrya 2004 g. [Philosophy of I. Kant and Сontemporaneity: Proceedings of International Scientific Conference 19–20 of November 2004]. Мinsk: Tekhnoprint. 2005. (In Rus.)
Kant, Belarusian philosophy, Soviet period, post-Soviet period, 1920s-1930s, Perestroika
Rumyantseva T. G
Migration and the Transformation of Multiethnic Population Structure in the Kaliningrad Region of the Post-Soviet Era
... of migration], Kaliningradskie arhivy [Kaliningrad archives], no. 8, p. 159—166.
4. Emelyanova, L. L. 2012, Postsovetskij period perepisej naselenija i izmenenie nacional'nogo sostava naselenija Kaliningradskoj oblasti Rossii [Post-Soviet census and ... ... provedenii i nekotoryh itogah Vsesojuznoj perepisi naselenija 1959 g. v Kaliningradskoj oblasti [On the conduct and results of some Soviet census of 1959 in the Kaliningrad region], Kaliningradskie arhivy [Kaliningrad archives], no. 8, p. 149—158.
14. Kaliningradskaja ...