New Eastern Europe 5/2016
|Wydawca:||Kolegium Europy Wschodniej|
|Ilość stron:||167 s.|
New Eastern Europe 5/2016 - opis książki:
This issue of New Eastern Europe aims to show the plight of the political prisoners whose voices we barely hear. Our contributors include former prisoners themselves, Andrei Sannikov and Rasul Jafarov, as well as other authors who illustrate the alarming increase in oppressions in the post-Soviet space. Reading them should help us understand the dire situation of today’s freedom fighters and encourage greater solidarity towards their cause.
Continued attention also needs to be paid to Ukraine, where changes are being implemented even if some elements of the landscape remain the same. Yulia Tymoshenko is hungry for power again and appears willing to do whatever it takes to make a comeback. Our author, Ukrainian journalist Roman Romanyuk, explains why Tymoshenko’s ratings are on the rise. As the situation with Crimea becomes increasingly tense, the position of its Tatar population is only getting worse. It is presented in Igor Semyvolos’s text. Finally, while the western media talk about the possibility of war in Ukraine’s eastern parts, our reporters, Paweł Pieniążek and Wojciech Koźmic, show that in the two self-proclaimed republics, the war has never stopped.
We close this issue with a special section on Kraków and Lviv - two UNESCO Cities of Literature.
Książka „New Eastern Europe 5/2016” - oprawa miękka - Wydawnictwo Kolegium Europy Wschodniej.
Książka posiada 167 stron i została wydana w 2016 r.