The former Soviet Union and East Central Europe between conflict and reconciliation

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Published in:Research in peace and reconciliation
Corporate Author: Societies in transition. Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe between Conflict and Reconciliation, Veranstaltung 2014, Jena (Author)
Contributors: Barash, Raisa (Editor); Feldman, Lily Gardner (Editor); Goda, Samuel (Editor); Zempelburg, André 1983- (Editor)
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Published: Göttingen Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht [2019]
In:Research in peace and reconciliation
Edition:1. Auflage
Series/Journal:Research in peace and reconciliation volume Band 4
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Central Europe / Russia / Political conflict / Reconciliation / Peace policy
Further subjects:B Middle Europe
B Conflict resolution
B Mittel- und osteuropäische Länder Nachfolgestaaten der Sowjetunion Multilaterale internationale Beziehungen Political culture Conception of History Coming to terms with the past Erinnerungskultur / Erinnerungspolitik Bemühungen um Konfliktbeilegung Reconciliation Politischer Diskurs Public opinion Meinungsumfrage / Meinungsforschung
B Europe
B Conception of History
B Multilateralism
B Political culture
B Central and East European countries Successor states of the Soviet Union Multilateral international relations Political culture Views of history Coming to terms with the past Politics of memory / culture of memory Efforts to settle conflicts Reconciliation Political discourse Public opinion opinion research / Opinion polls
B International policy
B Collective memory
B Conference program 2014 Jena
B Reconciliation
B Interrogation
B Coming to terms with the past
B Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten
B Public opinion
B Demoscopy
B Settlement of dispute
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Parallel Edition:Erscheint auch als: 9783647560335
Erscheint auch als: 9783666560330
Item Description:"Most of the essays in this fourth volume of Research in Peace and Reconciliation (RIPAR) originate in the 2014 Summer School at Jena University on 'Societies in Transition: the Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe between Conflict and Reconciliation'." (introduction)