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North Castle Books
Problems of Post-Communism
Editor: Dmitry Gorenburg, Harvard University
Associate Editor for Central Europe & the Balkans: Sherrill Stroschein, University College London
Associate Editor for Asia: Martin Dimitrov, Tulane University

The post-communist countries are the most rapidly changing societies of Europe and Asia. For insight into this twenty-first century revolution, there is no better source than Problems of Post-Communism. Emphasis is placed on timely research covering current economic, political, security, and international developments and trends in Russia and China, Central Europe and Central Asia, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. Clarity and readability make the articles fully accessible to researchers, policy makers, and students alike.

For online submissions, author and reviewer guidelines, special issue proposals, and more, visit the editorial office website at www.problemsofpostcommunism.org

Published in association with the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research.

ISI Impact Factor 2012: 0.353

ISI Ranking in Political Science 2012: 124/157

"Problems of Post-Communism is an unparalleled teaching tool. Its articles, written by some of our best experts in the field, are timely, insightful, and clear. Most important for me in considering them for classroom adoption has been the fact that these articles are presented in a style that is accessible to my students." -- Philip G. Roeder, University of California, San Diego

"What impresses me about Problems of Post-Communism is that it is the place where the academy and the policy community meet. Like its predecessor, it brings serious research on the postcommunist world to a broad audience in a timely and lucid manner." -- Eugene Huskey, Stetson University

"One of the most relevant and readable foreign affairs journals for both policymakers and scholars following the ongoing transitions in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Problems of Post-Communism helps officials keep current and maintain a dialogue on scholarly research and thinking on a wide range of critical issues." -- Ken Roberts, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, U.S. Department of State

"Problems of Post-Communism consistently publishes the most up-to-date empirical research. ... The topicality and clarity of the articles make them helpful in teaching undergraduate courses." -- Kathryn Hendley, University of Wisconsin

"Features readable analysis, reliable information, and lively debate about the Communist and post-Communist world with an emphasis on coverage of current economic, political, and international issues. ... Recommended for purchase by academic libraries and large public libraries." -- Magazines for Libraries
 
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Editorial Board
Joanna Regulska, Rutgers University; James Richter, Bates College; Edward Schatz, University of Toronto; Elizabeth Wood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Table of Contents
January-February 2014
Vol. 61 No. 01

FROM THE EDITORS
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Challenges of the 2014 Sochi Olympics
Guest Editors' Introduction. Lord of the (Five) Rings: Issues at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games
Although Russia appeared set to make an international comeback thanks to the 2014 Sochi Olympics, numerous international and domestic problems threaten to undermine the effect of the Games.
Richard Arnold and Andrew Foxall 3
Munich Syndrome: Russian Security in the 2014 Sochi Olympics
To address military and terrorist threats surrounding the Sochi Olympics, the Kremlin has revised its security plan twice, raising questions about state agencies ability to coordinate their actions and about the impact on civil society.
Sufian Zhemukhov and Robert W. Orttung 13
Still Embodying the Myth? Russia's Recognition as a Great Power and the Sochi Winter Games
By communicating Russia's return to great-power status and the defeat of insurgents in the volatile North Caucasus, the Sochi Winter Games strengthen Putin's legitimacy and may mute criticism of his policies, but this is a calculated, high-stakes political risk.
Bo Petersson 30
The 2014 Sochi Olympics and "Sovereign Power": A Political Linguistic Perspective
From a political linguistics perspective, the preparations for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games offer insight into the Kremlin-orchestrated Olympic discourse, especially the idea of sovereignty-constitutive for Putin's rule-and reveal challenges to this discourse from outside and inside the ruling group.
Natalia Gronskaya and Andrey Makarychev 41
Rural Inequality in Post-Soviet Russia
Rural inequality has increased significantly in the post-Soviet period, mirroring trends in society at large: urban rural income differences have widened; income sources have changed; and upper- and lower-income households use different strategies that increase the economic gap between them.
Stephen K. Wegren 52

 

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