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April 2021
As soon as you open several state archives, they will all open - this is what the state is afraid of
AUTHOR:
Galina Krasnoborova
December 2020
Openness of State Archives in Post-Soviet Republics and Eastern Bloc States During the Coronavirus Pandemic
AUTHOR:
Anton Vatcharadze
October 2020
From Memory to Action: Archives as Sites of Conscience
AUTHOR:
Linda Norris
July 2020
State Memory Politics in Georgia after 1991 and Similarities with the Other Post-Soviet Countries
AUTHOR:
Megi Kartsivadze
July 2020
Access to Archival Documents in Georgia
AUTHOR:
Nino Merebashvili-Fisher
June 2020
The Openness of State Archives in the Former Soviet Republics and Eastern Bloc Countries - the Outcomes of the Evaluation
AUTHOR:
Anton Vatcharadze
April 2020
Politics of History and Memory about the Past of the Russian Federation
AUTHOR:
Ian Rachinsky
April 2020
The Activity of the Commission for the Study and Evaluation of Totalitarian Communist Regime in the Republic of Moldova: Why Has It Partially Failed?
AUTHOR:
Igor Casu
April 2020
Recovery of the ‘forgotten’ past – Polish experience
AUTHOR:
Ewa Ochman
April 2020
The Limits of Iconoclasm: Soviet War Memorials since the End of Socialism
AUTHOR:
Mischa Gabowitsch
October 2019
When they open all the archives, they will not find the places of mass executions. Historians on repressions and KGB archives in Belarus
AUTHOR:
Dmitriy Drozd
July 2019
Federal Security Service of Russia Delays Transfer of Documents
AUTHOR:
Anastasia Kurilova

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