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Post-Soviet Affairs

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Founded in: 1985
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(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)

The politics of bank ownership and currency policies in Central and Eastern Europe

“But it is our duty!” Exploring Gazprom’s reluctance to Russian gas sector reform

Defining the nation in Russia’s buffer zone: the politics of citizenship by birth on territory (jus soli) in Moldova, Azerbaijan, and Georgia

Opposition to immigration in contemporary Russia

The practice and implications of legislative proxy voting in Ukraine

Russia Today’s strategy and effectiveness on YouTube

Symbolic state-building in contemporary Russia

Instrumentalizing the recent past? The new Cold War narrative in Russian public space after 2014

Introduction: rethinking structure and agency in post-Soviet regime dynamics

Timing is everything: a quantitative study of presidentialist regime dynamics in Eurasia, 1992–2016

Bringing actors back in: political choices and sources of post-Soviet regime dynamics

Considering the Orange legacy: patterns of political participation in the Euromaidan Revolution

Running to stand still: aggressive immobility and the limits of power in Russia

Bringing Kitschelt back in: a comment on “Rethinking Structure and Agency in Post-Soviet Regime Dynamics”

Charitable giving and the future of NGOs in Russia: what can we learn from individual data?