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South Central Review
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.105
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ISSN (Print) 0743-6831 - ISSN (Online) 1549-3377
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  • Introduction: Putin's New Russia: Fragile State or Revisionist Power'
    • Abstract: Much of the content in this collection of articles in the South Central Review were presented by scholars and journalists at a September 2015 conference and subsequent talks between 2016–2017 on Putin's New Russia at the Bush School of Government at Texas A&M University. These articles help to fill a gap in the western understanding of Putin's Russia by examining the structure of its political and economic systems, the motivation of its ruling elite, the threat it poses to its neighbors, and its profound dysfunctions. The authors answer the question: How does Russia's external demonstrations of strength relate to growing evidence of its internal weaknesses' To respond to this question, we must review Russia's ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Putin's Grand Strategy
    • Abstract: Russia, Churchill once said, is a "riddle wrapped in an enigma." Nowadays, we need not use such mysterious language, for we know far more about today's Kremlin than we ever knew about the Soviet Union and its secretive elite. We know the names of Russia's leaders; we know how they think and what they say. We know where their wives go shopping, where their children study. In some cases, we know where they live, and how much they paid for their homes. We meet them often, in London or Cannes as well as in Moscow.Nevertheless, we still have trouble understanding Russia, though the reasons are different from what they were in the past. The Soviet Union was difficult to understand because so little information was ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Return of the Enemy
    • Abstract: "Death to our enemies. If we lose the battle, we will destroy the whole world."1 "Russia is the only country in the world that can turn America into radioactive ash. That is undoubtedly the reason why Barack Obama's hair gets greyer after every call from Putin."2 "Warsaw is only one thousand three hundred kilometers away from Moscow; our planes can reach it within two hours and our airborne troops can land there within twenty-four. Our armies can also get to Berlin, Tallinn, Prague; we already did it; we know the way. As for London and Washington, it might take some more time, but we'll get there easily."3 Here are a few examples, among many others, of the propaganda poured out daily by Russian media, illustrated ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Vladimir Putin and the Russian Military
    • Abstract: Vladimir Putin served on the front lines during the Cold War as a KGB agent in Dresden, helping to defend the Soviet-communist order.1 As the Party was ending, Putin had a front row seat to the collapse of communism and Soviet influence in Eastern Europe. Despite the presence of overwhelming military superiority, he saw firsthand how useless all the Soviet weaponry had become without backing of political will. The Soviet leadership under Mikhail Gorbachev had apparently lost faith in the communist ideal, and when protests broke out against the ruling regime in East Germany, and Putin turned to Moscow for guidance, the response was silence.2Some of the Kremlin's reticence stemmed from the conviction that their ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Project Russia: The Bestselling Book Series of Putin's Kremlin
    • Abstract: "This work will split the world into two parts. The one that is right, wins."1Project Russia is one of the most widely read Russian book series. The five-volume series may remain a bestseller in Russia, but since it has yet to be published in any other language but Russian, or released in any other country but Russia, it remains largely undiscovered in the West. The original, first volume of Project Russia was released in the West by Glagoslav Epublications, entitled Proekt "Rossija" Kniga 1 [Project Russia Book 1], on the Kindle platform in March 2014—nearly a decade after its original publication by EKSMO Press.2 Since even this work remains in Russian, in Cyrillic characters, this chapter will provide original ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Russia after Communism: The Road to Dictatorship and Terror
    • Abstract: When the Soviet Union collapsed, almost 26 years ago, Russia was the object of tremendous hope. It was thought that Russia would become a strategic partner of the United States, it would join the ranks of democratic countries, its influence would grow, and the beneficiaries would be not only its long-suffering citizens but the whole world. In 2014, however, Russia became the first country to violate the post-World War II consensus according to which borders cannot be changed by force. In its seizure of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine, a country with which it had roughly 250 treaties, all of them directly or indirectly affirming Ukraine's territorial integrity, it took a step that only Saddam Hussein dared to ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Return of the Empire: The Ukraine Crisis in the Historical Perspective
    • Abstract: March 18, 2014, was a day of triumph for President Vladimir Putin, who was then serving his third term in that office. In the speech he delivered that day in the tsarist-era St. George's Hall of the Kremlin, a venue for meeting foreign delegations and holding the most solemn ceremonies of state, the Russian president asked the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, whose members were gathered in the hall, to pass a law annexing the Crimea. The reaction of the audience, which greeted the speech more than once with explosive applause, left no doubt that the law would be passed without delay. Only three days later, the Federal Assembly declared the Crimea to be part of Russia.In his speech, Vladimir Putin hailed ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A View from Northeastern Europe: The Baltic States and the Russian Regime
    • Abstract: If one wants to understand what is going on in Russia and also to look at the most likely main confrontation points between the West and Putin the three Baltic States are the best place to start. The three Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are not well known to most Western leaders or academics, but these small countries are a special place to understand modern Russia and its politics. The Baltic republics were not only under Soviet domination, like so many of new East European NATO allies, but they were part of the USSR from 1940 to 1991. They had to learn Russian (all the people today over 40 are generally fluent in Russian) and the older generation had to serve in the Soviet military. As one ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Statistical Glimpse at Russia's Multiple Demographic and Human Resource
           Problems
    • Abstract: History is full of instances where a rising power, aggrieved and dissatisfied, acts aggressively to obtain new borders or other international concessions. In Russia, today we see a much more unusual case, for here the increasingly menacing and ambitious geopolitical actor may actually be a state whose power is in decline.Notwithstanding its nuclear arsenal and its vast territories, a striking feature—arguably, the distinguishing feature—of contemporary Russia is its underdevelopment and relative economic weakness.We often heard (or at least: often heard, before the most recent collapse of international energy prices) of Russia's rising might as an "energy power." Yet for all its vaunted oil and gas, Russia's ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Reassessment of Putin's Russia: The Economy
    • Abstract: Vladimir Putin ascended to the presidency of Russia in the last days of the 20th century. He promised the Russian people economic stability, prosperity, and an enhanced standing in the world community. His was an appealing message considering the turmoil, deprivation, and chaos of the "wild capitalist" Boris Yeltsin years. The Russian people had enough of unpaid pension and wages, criminal bands and oligarchs running the economy and government, and no rule of law. They were ready for stability and growth under the then-unknown Mr. Putin.As 2017 reached its mid mark, Russian people were experiencing dramatic declines in their living standards, unpaid wages, soaring inflation, and a country run by a kleptocratic ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Legacy of World War II for Putin's Russia
    • Abstract: In 2012, historian roger markwick wrote, "The Second World War has never ended for the citizens of the former Soviet Union." He claims that despite the challenges to the legacy from outside Russia, "it continues to strike a real resonance with the individual life and death experiences and memories of millions of former Soviet citizens."1 I argue the opposite, that today the war has little or no meaning for the vast majority of the Russian population. It lost most of its utility for the government with the demise of communism and the breakup of the Soviet Union and the rest has gone by the way with the birth of a generation that never knew communism or experienced the Soviet Union. Thus it follows that Putin's ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Books Received
    • Abstract: Scholars interested in reviewing for South Central Review should contact Book Review Editor Christopher Bundrick (bundrick@sc.edu). Please indicate which book you would like to review and include a summary vita and your preferred mailing ... Read More
      Keywords: Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Putin, Vladimir Vladimirovich,; Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation); Russia (Federation)
      PubDate: 2018-06-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
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