The evolution of US political priorities in the Baltic sea region in the 2010s
... struggle between Russia and the West. Russia will benefit from seeing the Baltic region nations not as tools in the Russian-US confrontation, but as partners in regional cooperation aware of their own interests.
Smirnov P. E.
Region, security, NATO, war presence, military training, rotation, infrastructure, energy security, hybrid warfare
Russian-German philosophical dialogue in the late 19th/the first half of the 20th centuries: Publications of Russian philosophers in the Kant-Studien and Logos journals
... of this movement. In general, the Russia-related materials published in Kant-Studien and Logos demonstrate a strong Russian presence in these periodicals. Therefore, it is possible to speak of an — although not decisive — but tangible influence of ... ... later called the ‘Silver age of Russian phi¬losophy’ and the phenomenon of Russian philosophy abroad — a product of the wars and revolu¬tions in Russia and a result of the exodus of Russian philosophers to the West, where Germany was one of their ...
NATO Policies in the Baltics: Objectives and Priorities
... Federation. A comparative analysis of NATO’s official documents on the Baltics shows that the chief pretext for increased military presence in the region is the alleged need to defend the Baltic states from the Russian threat. Special attention is paid to the ... ... but also to launch an awareness campaign to explain its position and dispel the myth about Russia preparing to start a hybrid war against the Baltic States.
Gribanova G. I., † Kosov Yu. V.
NATO, Baltic Sea, political strategy, military tension,...
Between accomplice and victim: Civilians during the siege of Kö- nigsberg in 1945
... coercion and the living condition in the city, as well as the reasons why civilians decided to stay in Königsberg. Their large presence makes them impossible to overlook if one is to construct a view of the siege of Königsberg.
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36. Terpitz W. Das ...
The eschatology of space in Mickiewicz’s Saint Petersburg poems and Pushkin’s The bronze horseman
... rhetorical detachment permeates his perception of the Saint Petersburg flood. Pushkin’s position consists of two elements: the presence of a bystander in the text and compassion for Evegenii who falls victim to the flood. Pushkin combines an apologetic ... ... Historia literatury polskiej do roku 1939. Kraków, 1993.
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16. Zielińska M. Polacy. Rosjanie. Romantyzm. Warszawa, 1998.
Maltseva, L. A., Mianowska, J.