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Catalogue of Postage Stamps: 1992-2010: Russian Federation Catalogue of Postage Stamps: 1992-2010: Russian Federation Новинка

Catalogue of Postage Stamps: 1992-2010: Russian Federation

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Вашему вниманию предлагается Каталог почтовых марок Российской Федерации 1992-2010 годов на английском языке.
2 Photobiennale of Modern Photography 2 Photobiennale of Modern Photography Новинка

2 Photobiennale of Modern Photography

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The Russian Museum is continuing its display of modern Russian photography. The project began in 2009 at the "1 Photobiennale of the Russian Museum". The publication produced for the "2 Photobiennale of Modern Photography" comprises 760 works by 308 photographers in 67 localities of the Russian Federation. It consists of an album section and an illustrated catalogue. The photographs presented have been notionally divided into nine thematic groups: "Faces", "Landscape", "Still-Life", "Beauty of the Body", "City", "Believers", "Everyday Life" and "Stage", which reflect various aspects of life, and "Fantasy" section that contains works in which the most important feature is images created by various means, such as the interplay of lines and highlights, or special image-processing and printing methods.
Russian Image on the Western Screen Russian Image on the Western Screen Новинка

Russian Image on the Western Screen

7790 руб.
This book included the analysis of evolution Russian image representation on the Western (USA, UK, Germany, Canada, France, Italy) screen - from the period of ideological confrontation (1946-1991) to the present (1992-2010): ideological and social trends, myths, stereotypes, illusions, classification of the contents'' models and modifications of genres. The main conclusion: in the majority of the Western fiction films from 1946 to 2010 the image of Russia is treated as something “alien”, “different”, often hostile...
Russia''s Struggle for Supremacy in South Caucasus Russia''s Struggle for Supremacy in South Caucasus Новинка

Russia''s Struggle for Supremacy in South Caucasus

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This paper addresses the power play between the Western actors and the Russian Federation in the South Caucasus. The territory is comprised of three independent states – Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia. The purpose of this work is to find out why the Russian Federation wants to dominate this region and how Russia reacts to the interests and wishes of the Western states which want to merge the South Caucasian states with the European Community. In order to achieve this aim it was decided to examine documents of state institutions of the Russian Federation and media texts written in Russian, English or German.
Impact assessment of management training in the Russian Federation Impact assessment of management training in the Russian Federation Новинка

Impact assessment of management training in the Russian Federation

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This book presents the results of an impact assessment study carried out in the Russian Federation. The purpose of the research was to highlight the long term impacts of management training initiatives developed in the Russian Federation over the last ten years. From an epistemological point of view, the methodology chosen was founded on an interpretative approach; so, multiple case studies and qualitative methods were considered as essential parts of the study. The results of the field work were then compared against other secondary data – government reports and statistics, evaluation reports, etc. - to cross check the overall coherence of the data from the field with existing knowledge. The main finding is that training enhanced the arise of a new social entity: the “Russian manager”, inspired by common values and who is becoming “proof”, in the eyes of potential foreign partners, that Russia is a reliable place for business. Recommendations for the design of future training policies in the Russian Federation are drawn. Moreover, this impact assessment study highlights some lessons learned as a basis for reflection on future policy making in transition economies.
Russian Media Education Researches (1950-2010) Russian Media Education Researches (1950-2010) Новинка

Russian Media Education Researches (1950-2010)

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This book analyzed the development of Russian media education researches from 1950 to 2010 years. The list of theses of the Russian authors on the subject of Media Education is about 180 titles since 1950. Nearly 70 of them have been defended for the recent 10 years. Author indicated the gradual increase of theses on media education (with the exception of the decrease in the nineties which is explainable because at that time there was the decrease of Russian scientific research in all the fields).
The GH Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps The GH Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps Новинка

The GH Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps

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A quiet philatelist, George H. Kaestlin joined the original Rossika Society in 1935 along with the better known Theo B. Lavroff and K. Szymanowski. Whereas Lavroff contributed significantly to Russian philately as an author and researcher and Szymanowski was an avid collector, Kaestlin collected privately. Born in Moscow, circa 1893, Kaestlin arrived in England in 1939. After World War II, When the original Rossika dissolved, he did not join the newly reconstituted Rossica Society of the United States. He never wrote for any philatelic magazine, never joined the London-based British Society of Russian Philately, and never showed his material at any exhibition. Thus he managed to elude notice in the literature of the times and receded into obscurity. Kaestlin’s exceedingly remarkable contribution, however, is found in the quality and scope of his collection and in the preservation of the treasures he acquired (many from the legendary Faberge collection).Kaestlin’s attention to detail and fastidious collecting habits are evident in the layout and handwriting in his albums. His collection, donated to the Smithsonian Institution in 1984 by his niece Vera Madeleine Kaestlin-Bock, includes more than 1,250 album pages on which he organized more than 14,000 Imperial Russian and zemstvo stamps. The quality of the stamps is outstanding. With the publication of this book, Kaestlin can finally take his place among the greats of Russian philately. The G.H. Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps is one of the greatest museum collections outside of Russia.
Enlargement of Russian Regions Enlargement of Russian Regions Новинка

Enlargement of Russian Regions

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Revision with unchanged content. Since its independence in 1991, Russia's federative structure underwent several major changes. Burdened by Soviet political and economic legacy it emerged as a loose federation in the 1990s, but then recentralized in 2000s. One of manifestations of centralization has been the so-called process of the enlargement of regions by which small autonomous districts were merged with larger regions, decreasing the overall number of Russian regions. This work addresses the process of regional enlargement in a study of politics and economics of regions at the time of merger and the initial impact that the change of internal borders may have had on the affected regions and on the Russian federalism. This book may be of particular interest to scholars of Russian federalism and ethnofederalism.
Michel № 342550, 2012/2013: Valuable Stamps Catalogue Michel № 342550, 2012/2013: Valuable Stamps Catalogue Новинка

Michel № 342550, 2012/2013: Valuable Stamps Catalogue

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Вашему вниманию предлагается каталог марок на немецком языке "Michel" за 2012-2013 года. Для широкого круга читателей.

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A quiet philatelist, George H. Kaestlin joined the original Rossika Society in 1935 along with the better known Theo B. Lavroff and K. Szymanowski. Whereas Lavroff contributed significantly to Russian philately as an author and researcher and Szymanowski was an avid collector, Kaestlin collected privately. Born in Moscow, circa 1893, Kaestlin arrived in England in 1939. After World War II, When the original Rossika dissolved, he did not join the newly reconstituted Rossica Society of the United States. He never wrote for any philatelic magazine, never joined the London-based British Society of Russian Philately, and never showed his material at any exhibition. Thus he managed to elude notice in the literature of the times and receded into obscurity. Kaestlin’s exceedingly remarkable contribution, however, is found in the quality and scope of his collection and in the preservation of the treasures he acquired (many from the legendary Faberge collection).Kaestlin’s attention to detail and fastidious collecting habits are evident in the layout and handwriting in his albums. His collection, donated to the Smithsonian Institution in 1984 by his niece Vera Madeleine Kaestlin-Bock, includes more than 1,250 album pages on which he organized more than 14,000 Imperial Russian and zemstvo stamps. The quality of the stamps is outstanding. With the publication of this book, Kaestlin can finally take his place among the greats of Russian philately. The G.H. Kaestlin Collection of Imperial Russian and Zemstvo Stamps is one of the greatest museum collections outside of Russia.
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