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作者 Luks, Leonid, author
書名 A fateful triangle : essays on contemporary Russian, German, and Polish history / Leonid Luks
出版項 Stuttgart : Ibidem-Verlag, [2018]
國際標準書號 383821143X
9783838211435 (pbk.)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 近史所郭廷以圖書館  940.5 L954    在架上    30550100653433
說明 235 pages ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
系列 SPPS ; vol. 184
Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society ; 184
附註 Includes bibliographical references
"The 20th century began with a deep identity crisis of European parliamentarianism, pluralism, rationalism, individualism, and liberalism-and a following political revolt against the Wests emerging open societies and their ideational foundation. In its radicalism, this upheaval against Western values had far-reaching consequences across the world, the repercussions of which can still be felt today. Germany and Russia formed the center of this insurrection against those ideas and approaches usually associated with the West. Leonid Luks essays deal with the various causes and results of these Russian and German anti-Western revolts for 20th-century Europe. The book also touches upon the development of the peculiar post-Soviet Russian regime that, after the collapse of the USSR, emerged on the ruins of the Bolshevik state that had been established in 1917. What were the determinants of the erosion of the second Russian democracy that was briefly established, after the disempowerment of the CPSU in August 1991, until the rise of Vladimir Putin? Further foci of this wide-ranging study include the specific geopolitical trap in which Poland, constrained by its two powerful neighbors, was caught for centuries. Finally, Luks explores the special relationship that all three countries of Central and Eastern Europes fateful triangle had with Judaism and the Jews."
Introduction -- Bolshevism and Fascism : Two Faces of Totalitarianism -- The Totalitarian Double Revolution in the Twentieth Century (1917-1933) and Its Ideological Roots : An Outline -- Bolshevism, Fascism, and National Socialism : Related Opponents? -- Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia in Search of Identity -- Farewell to Class Struggle -- The Aggrieved Great Power : Russia after the Crimean War and after the Dissolution of the Soviet Union : A Comparative Outline -- "Weimar Russia?" : Notes on Controversial Concept -- "Third Way" : Or Back to the Third Reich? -- Poland and Its Neighbors -- Polish Perceptions of Russia in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries -- Aleksandr Wat about the Janus-Faced Russia -- The German Question in Polish Unofficial Journalism of the 1970s -- Polish Antiauthoritarian Revolutions, the Euromaidan, and Putin's Neo-imperial Doctrine -- The Jewish Question -- The Craving for "Organic National Unity" and the "Jewish Question" in the Writings of Fedor Dostoevsky and Heinrich von Treitschke -- Cosmopolitanism as an Anti-Jewish Stereotype under Stalin -- The Catholics in Postwar Poland and the Jews -- Concluding Remarks : Does Russia Belong to Europe?
Some essays translated from Russian and German
主題 Europe, Eastern -- History -- 20th century
Europe, Central -- History -- 20th century
Russia (Federation) -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Russia (Federation) -- History -- 20th century
Germany -- History -- 20th century
Germany -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Poland -- History -- 20th century
Poland -- Politics and government -- 20th century
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