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BRICS MEMBERS AND THE MIGRATION CHALLENGE

Journal Article published 2015 in Tractus Aevorum volume 2 issue 2 on pages 190 to 203

Authors: Andrei V. Korobkov, Middle Tennessee State University

CONTROLLING SOCIETY/ CONTROLLING THE STATE: CRIME AND CORRUPTION WITH A FOCUS ON MEXICO

Journal Article published 2015 in Tractus Aevorum volume 2 issue 2 on pages 149 to 177

Authors: Stephen D. Morris, Middle Tennessee State University

NATION BRANDING AND RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY

Journal Article published 2015 in Tractus Aevorum volume 2 issue 2 on pages 204 to 225

Authors: Gregory Simons, Uppsala University

POST-ELECTION SEASON IN BELARUS: ECONOMY DETERMINES POLITICS

Journal Article published 2015 in Tractus Aevorum volume 2 issue 2 on pages 232 to 237

Authors: Nikolay Mezhevich, St. Petersburg State University

“GERMANS” AND THE POLICY OF ROME

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 185 to 196

Authors: Tassilo Schmitt, Universität Bremen

TRANSNATIONAL FEMINISMS: GENDER AND HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE IN POST-SOVIET RUSSIA (Part 2)

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 153 to 166

Authors: Choi Chatterjee, California State University, Los Angeles, Karen Petrone, University of Kentucky, Lexington

RUSSIAN WOMEN IN PUBLIC: FROM ORGANIZED ACTIVISM THROUGH DEMOCRATIC EUPHORIA TO THE STRATEGY OF SMALL DEEDS

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 167 to 174

Authors: E. I. Yakushkina, Voronezh State University

THEMISTIUS AND HIS WORKS IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURAL CONTINUITY

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 175 to 184

Authors: N. N. Bolgov, Belgorod National Research University

THE СULTURAL SPACE OF IMPERIAL PROVINCES AS A FACTOR IN PRESERVING ROMAN IDENTITY IN LATE ANTIQUITY

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 197 to 203

Authors: E. V. Litovchenko, Belgorod National Research University

“SOMETIMES MARTHA ATTACKED RURAL SETTLEMENTS AND GENTRY ESTATES:” FROM THE HISTORY OF THE NOBLE BANDITRY IN THE ХVIII – FIRST HALF OF THE ХIХ CENTURIES (Based on Belgorod and Kursk regional materials)

Journal Article published 2014 in Tractus Aevorum volume 1 issue 2 on pages 204 to 212

Authors: V. A. Shapovalov, Belgorod National Research University