Year XVIII, Issue 5-6 (199-200)

Year XVIII, Issue 5-6 (199-200)

June 2014
Julia Ioffe: Vladimir Putin Might Fall. We Should Consider What Happens Next
Olha Kyrylova: Russian Limbo
Freeman Dyson: Churchill: Love & The Bomb
Simon Heffer: Historians Fought About World War I the Moment It Began. They’re Still Fighting
Vivian Gornick: In Defense of Narcissism
George Scialabba: The Weak Self: Christopher Lasch on Narcissism
Roger Martin: The Rise (and Likely Fall) of the Talent Economy
Volodymyr Sklokin: Historians as Public Intellectuals: The Case of Post-Soviet Ukraine
Olesya Naydiuk: Variations on the Theme of Music Criticism

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