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Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2022) 55 (3): 140–162.
Published: 05 August 2022
... have unclear positions. The empirical analyses presented in this article show that in the Czech Republic, where political conflict has traditionally been based on disputes over economic distribution, the migration crisis that started in 2014 increased the salience of ethnicity and gave rise...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2016) 49 (1): 37–43.
Published: 10 February 2016
...Paul Goble No aspect of the Russian–Ukrainian war has proved more unexpected than the revelation that Ukrainian national identity both ethnic and civil is far stronger than almost anyone thought, while Russian national identity is far more fragmented and weak than most expected. That was especially...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2010) 43 (3): 325–333.
Published: 16 August 2010
...Saglar Bougdaeva Do ethnic minority populations cope better with the transition from socialism and subsequent economic decline than Russian majority populations in post-communist Russia? Using multivariate and random-effects models for the 1994–2004 panel data and adjusting for income, urbanization...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2010) 43 (1): 31–41.
Published: 04 February 2010
...Oleh Protsyk; Lupsa Marius Matichescu This paper explores the effects that different institutional mechanisms for legislative representation have on ethnic diversity in the lower chamber of the Romanian parliament. It uses an original data set to examine representational outcomes generated...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2006) 39 (2): 247–263.
Published: 01 June 2006
...Stephen Shulman Several theories of nationalism argue that ethnic and regional cultural heterogeneity are a source of conflict and alienation in a state, and therefore impede nation-building. This article tests this assertion with respect to ethnic and regional differences in Ukraine. Using a 2001...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2005) 38 (1): 121–130.
Published: 01 March 2005
... the order in which the Russian regions gained a bi-lateral agreement with the federal centre, emphasizing the importance of ethnicity, religion and economy. We replicate his results, and provide an extension where we argue instead that the only significant determinants of the bi-lateral process have been...
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2004) 37 (1): 97–109.
Published: 01 March 2004
...Nayil’ M. Mukharyamov The essay concentrates on Russian studies of ethnicity and identifies substantialist and relational approaches to studying ethnicity in international relations. Substantialists see the impact of ethnicity as the main organizing force of international politics and view...