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Regional Identities in the Time of War

Guest Editor’s Introduction

Serhy Yekelchyk

. Based on these general considerations and on the understanding that the victory of the Euromaidan Revolution upset the political balance in Ukraine and led to the self-destruction of the regional elites in the Donbas in particular, the authors of this special issue attempt to present a dynamic picture

Christopher A. Stevens

assistance. His enemies in Moscow gave him some credence with local warlords, but he also had the administrative skills and connections in Moscow and the West to maintain the geopolitical balancing act. What other Georgia figure would be able to secure the security and material interests of Georgia? The

Orysia Kulick

by a delicate balance of regional interests and the political projections of powerful imperial capitals to the west (Warsaw and Vienna), east (Moscow and St. Petersburg), and south (Istanbul). 11 Longstanding debates over federalism (or devolving political and economic decision-making authority

Paul R. Gregory

ARTICLES PAUL R. GREGORY (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.) The Russian Industrialization Experience: Some Observations on Savings, Absorptive Capacity, and Balance of Payments Tsarist Russia from the peasant emancipation of 1861 to World War I provides a rare historical instance of economic

Robert S. Wood

of Nuclear Forces in Current Soviet Strategy, Coral Gables: Center for Advanced Studies, University of Miami, 1974. xxiii, 148 pp. Edward Luttwak, The U.S.-U.S.S.R. Nuclear Weapons Balance, Beverly Hills: Sage Pub- lications, 1974. 66 pp. It has become the accepted wisdom that the dominant features

Robert C. Stuart

to achieve a measure of balance in terms of topics analyzed, periods covered, and so on.The purpose of the special edition, however, has been to achieve diversity through the encouragement of individuality. The authors were en- couraged to pursue their topics within the framework and using the tech

Walter C. Clemens

far more complicated. Each factor could and did operate in both directions. if a table shows a single sign (+ or -), it expresses a judgment that this factor on balance contributed more either to cooperation or to conflict. in cases where the factor worked equally in both directions, it is rated as

Joyce Pickersgill

enterprise and the specific purposes and intervals for which it is to be used. A major objective of the plan is to keep enterprise cash balances at a mmium to prevent possible unplanned expenditures. The bulk of short- term credit is to finance inventories and goods in transit, and norms are set by the state

Raymond L. Garthoff

new 4. See V. K. Sobakin, Resheniia /VA TO i sud'by voennoi ra=riadhi v E'vrope (Moscow: Znanie, 1980), pp. 42-64; Lt. Gen. N Petrov. "A Hopeless Course-The U.S. and NATO Attempts to Upset the Military Balance." Pravda 16 June 1980: N. Yur'ev, Tor Europe - A Stable Peace, Security and ekonomika I t

Burton I. Kaufman

indicate the need to balance the opti- mism generated by the end of the Cold War with caution about the fu- ture. in his essay, historian Thomas Paterson examines Soviet and espe- cially American policy toward Latin America to illustrate four major rea- sons why he believes the Cold War ended: 1 ) the