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Issue 1/2018: The Growing Generation Gap

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The first issue of 2018 looks at the rise of a new generation in the post-Soivet space – one that may be radically different than previous Soviet and immediate post-Soviet generations. Above all, our authors illustrate how the ongoing generational exchange taking place in these countries, especially in today’s Russia, brings hope and not despair. Even more, the youth that is coming of age in these countries today, although often misunderstood by their parents and politicians, is probably the best indicator as to what could take place in the near future.

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Table of Contents

OPINION & ANALYSIS

The politicisation of Russian youth Svetlana Erpyleva
Russia’s young and restless speak up Anastasia Sergeeva
Rewriting Russian history Dagmara Moskwa
Ukraine’s wartime education reform Wojciech Siegień
Education reform put to the test Kateryna Pryshchepa
A generation in transition Marta Ardashelia
The growing religiosity of Kyrgyz youth Keneshbek Sainazarov
Playing for high electoral stakes in Kyrgyzstan Joanna Lillis
Long live Kim Jong-un: how Russia helps the dictator thrive Artem Filatov 
Security in Europe with Russia and/or from Russia? Manfred Huterer
How can the West promote an East-Central European security alignment? Andreas Umland
Belarus’s complicated memory Maxim Rust
Ukrainians seek a Polish dream in Wrocław Olga Chrebor

INTERVIEWS

Religion, migration and the dreams of Dagestani youth An interview with Denis Sokolov
There is no question – we are able to defend ourselves An interview with Raimonds Bergmanis

HISTORY AND MEMORY

The story of the other Piłsudski Grzegorz Nurek
The restless memory of Staro Sajmiste Yulia Oreshina
The Ukrainian colony that never existed Marek Wojnar

REPORTS

Civil society steps in to preserve Romania’s past Stephen McGrath
Start-ups take off in Ukraine Yulia Lipentseva

PEOPLE, IDEAS, INSPIRATION

Polish-Ukrainian reconciliation and its contribution to Ukraine’s independence. A Memoir Taras Kuzio
A school like no other Kacper Dziekan

EASTERN CAFÉ

When being a prisoner becomes hip Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska 
To Understand Russian History Jan Brodowski 
Illustrated chronicles of the forgotten and furious in Putin’s Russia Laura Luciani 
A historical optimist Laurynas Vaičiūnas
Islam and Russian power politics Tibor Wilhelm Benedek 

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