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 Найдено научных статей и публикаций: 6, для научной тематики: opposition


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Comparative Analysis of the Party Systems Development in Russia and Lithuania (публикация автора на scipeople)     

Igor Ivanov, Vadim Volovoj - The Russian Academic Journal , 2014
On the basis of factors such as ideology, the degree of populism, political leadership and form of the government a complex comparative
analysis of the formation and development of the party system in Lithuania and Russia in the...
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Democracy in central asian states: perspective and development (публикация автора на scipeople)     

Zafar Javed - The Russian Academic Journal , 2013
After the sudden independence of Central Asian States (CAS) a question was raised about the political system which they would follow. Since these
states got independence without going through any political movement, debate and struggle so...
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Two morals (публикация автора на scipeople)     

A. V. Fedorov - The Russian Academic Journal , 2014
The paper presents the author's assessment of the Russian opposition in the prism of «good and evil».
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Two morals (публикация автора на scipeople)   

A. V. Fedorov - THE RUSSIAN ACADEMIC JOURNAL , 2013
The paper presents the author's assessment of the Russian opposition in the prism of «good and evil».
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Comparative analysis of the party systems development in russia and lithuania (публикация автора на scipeople)   

Igor Ivanov, Vadim Volovoj - THE RUSSIAN ACADEMIC JOURNAL , 2014
On the basis of factors such as ideology, the degree of populism, political leadership and form of the government a complex comparative analysis of the formation and development of the party system in Lithuania and Russia in the post-communist...
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The Nonsystemic Opposition (публикация автора на scipeople)   

Bol’shakov I. - Russian Politics and Law , 2012
Understanding a phenomenon requires, first, that we name it properly. In reference to Russia, the terms “extrasystemic opposition,” “antisystemic opposition,” and “nonsystemic opposition” all fall short as descriptions of what...