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Mikail Mamedov

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Mikail Mamedov is Associate Adjunct professor at the Department of History, Georgetown University. He received his Diploma in History from Lomonosov Moscow State University (1994), an MA in History from George Washington University ( 2001) and a Ph.D. in History from Georgetown University ( 2010). He previously taught at Southern Utah University at Cedar City Utah, George Mason University and Georgetown University. His articles have been published in many journals including Russian Review, Russian History, Caucasus Survey, and online edition Politcom.ru.

04.08.2016

The post-Soviet monuments war

The post-Soviet monuments war

In countries across the post-Soviet space – from Russia and Ukraine to Armenia and Azerbaijan – there is a struggle to define historical memory through the dedication of new monuments and removal of old ones

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27.04.2016

How the West views Russia hasn't changed much in nearly 200 years

How the West views Russia hasn't changed much in nearly 200 years

There is actually a long historical precedent for how Russia and the West view each other in the post-Cold War era, dating all the way back to the early nineteenth century

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