Reviews

Inflationary use of a political concept. Reinterpreting “genocide”

Norman M Naimark, Stalins Genocides, Princeton & Oxford 2010, Princeton University Press, 163 pages, index.

By Lennart Samuelson 1 kommentar till Reinterpreting “genocide”

Reinterpreting a Bulgarian past. The dialectics of dictates and dictatorships

Roumen Daskalov, Debating the Past, Modern Bulgarian History – from Stambolov to Zhivkov, Budapest: Central European University Press 2011 367 pages, Original Bulgarian edition 2009

By David Gaunt Inga kommentarer till The dialectics of dictates and dictatorships

Mass murder or genocide? Debates on atrocities continue

Edward S. Herman (ed.) The Srebrenica Massacre Evidence, Context, Politics. Foreword by Phillip Corwin, 2011, 300 pages

By Jan Christensen 1 kommentar till Debates on atrocities continue

Estonia deserves attention. The missing civil society

Journal of Baltic Studies, March 2009, Journal of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies

By Li Bennich-Björkman Inga kommentarer till The missing civil society

Dissertation review. The struggle between Romanianists and Moldovanists

Andreas Johansson, Dissenting Democrats Nation and Democracy in the Republic of Moldova, Stockholm 2012, Södertörn Doctoral Dissertations 62, 263 pages

By Bo Petersson 1 kommentar till The struggle between Romanianists and Moldovanists

The human hunt that nearly paralyzed the party. A microstudy of Soviet mass terror

Wendy Z. Goldman, Inventing the Enemy, Denunciation and Terror in Stalin’s Russia, Cambridge et al.Cambridge University Press 2011, 320 pages

By Anders Björnsson 1 kommentar till A microstudy of Soviet mass terror

The Baltic States – how many? A story of a historical coincidence

Andres Kasekamp, A History of the Baltic States, London , Palgrave Macmillan 2010, xi + 251 pages, Andrejs Plakans, A Concise History of the Baltic States, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2011, xvi

+ 474 pages

By Kristian Gerner Inga kommentarer till A story of a historical coincidence

War, masculinity, and memory. Recruited into a foreign army

Ene Kõresaar (ed.)Soldiers of Memory World War II and its Aftermath in , Estonian Post-Soviet Life Stories, Amsterdam & New York Rodopi 2011, 441 pages

By Yulia Gradskova Inga kommentarer till Recruited into a foreign army

Love, money, and murder. A remarkable family history

Mary-Kay Wilmers, The Eitingons, A Twentieth-Century Story, London: Faber & Faber, 2009, XI + 476 pages

By Sven Hort Inga kommentarer till A remarkable family history

On the desirability of industrial capitalism and autocracy. A Russian road to modernization

Francis W. Wcislo, Tales of Imperial Russia, The Life and Times of Sergei Witte, 1849–1915, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, 314 pages

By Anders Björnsson Inga kommentarer till A Russian road to modernization