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  • A Russian interpretation of classical geography
  • New data on the age and evolution of sod-podzolic soils of the central Russian plain
  • C14 dating ; Dating ; Palynology ; Pedogenesis ; Podzol ; Russia ; Russian Plain ; Soil
  • International science, domestic politics : Russian reception of international climate-change assessments
  • Climatic change ; Diffusion ; Expertise ; Knowledge ; Policy ; Russia ; Russians
  • The analytical heart of the paper is a case-study analysis based on interviews with Russian scientists who have participated in international climate assessment exercises. Russian participants did not play a role as informational entrepreneurs
  • Persistent features of the Russian countryside : communal attachment and reform
  • The Russian agrarian scene at the turn of the century is analyzed. Agrarian overpopulation, peasant communes, and the Stolypin reform are specifically examined with the intent of displaying features of the Russian countryside that have persisted
  • through all of the political upheavals of the 20th century. Among them are : an east-west gradient of agricultural output per unit of land, an attachment to collective farming, the peasant character of Russian agriculture, and the regional pattern
  • Nation-Building in Post-Soviet Ukraine. Educational policy and the response of the Russian-speaking population
  • Education ; Language ; Minority ; Nationalism ; Policy ; Russians ; Ukraine
  • This research aimed to delineate the nation-building project in education and the response of the Russians and Russophone Ukrainians in post-Soviet Ukraine. The study deals with two central questions : (1) What kind of nation-building policies did
  • the national authorities introduce in the field of education in the post-Glasnost era and (2) How do the local Russians and Russophone Ukrainians react to the current nation-building policies in education (i.e. in terms of school choice, language use
  • District ; Ethnic composition ; European part of Russia ; Kaliningrad ; Population ; Russians
  • After the World War II the northern part of the German East Prussia was transformed into the Kaliningrad District within the Russian Federation. The ethnic structure of population changed completely. The new population of the region became dominated
  • by the Russians. The Collapse of the Soviet Union created new challenges for the district. - (BJ)
  • Trends in Russian Arctic river-ice formation and breakup, 1917 to 1994
  • The A. statistically analyzes the trends in Russian Arctic river-ice formation and breakup : time series, 1917-1994.
  • Russian imperial expansion in context and by contrast
  • powers of Western Europe in a number of respects. These differences, which served to disguise the imperial nature of Russian expansion, also generated distinctive consequences.
  • Russian Crude Oil Exports in 1992 : who exported Russian Oil?
  • Russian agri-food sector between well-performing macroeconomic environment and institutional obstacles.
  • In the aftermah of the breakdown of the Russian foreign exchange market and financial system in August 1998 the macroeconomic environment recovered considerably, generating an output push in the agri-food sector. This improved the financial health
  • rules within as well as between firms and farms and lack of credibility of Russian government promote a rent-seeking behaviour of employer and employees. (L'A.).
  • Regional developement of Russian private farms: a comment
  • The City in Russian history
  • Patterns of urban growth in the Russian Empire during the nineteenth century
  • Russian expansion in Siberia and America
  • Observations on the russian heartland
  • Crisis amid plenty revisited : comments on the problematic potential of Russian oil
  • Perspectives of the potential of Russian oil
  • The Russian aluminium industry in transition
  • A comment on the russian health crisis
  • Contact and conflict: Russian mapping of Finland and the development of Russian cartography in the 18th and early 19th centuries
  • Atlas ; Cartography ; Eighteenth Century ; Finland ; History of cartography ; Nineteenth Century ; Russians ; Topographic map