КОНТИНЕНТ / CONTINENT East-West-Forum – Issue 1983 / 24 Cover Image
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KONTINENT / КОНТИНЕНТ – Ost-West-Forum – Ausgabe 1983 / 24
КОНТИНЕНТ / CONTINENT East-West-Forum – Issue 1983 / 24

Author(s): Vadim Jankow, Stefan Kisielewski, Allan Kroncher, Jan Józef Lipski, Kronid Lyubarsky, Otto Luchterhandt, Herbert Tomáš Mandl, Nadejda Mandelstam, Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov, Alexander Soprowskij, Leopold Tyrmand, Jan Stanisław Witkiewicz
Subject(s): Literary Texts, Studies of Literature, Civil Society
Published by: CEEOL Collections / Digital Reproductions
Summary/Abstract: Andrei Sakharov: Appeal to the world public // Facts and background information on the Siberian gas pipeline // Allan Kroncher: Behind the scenes of the "business of the century" // Otto Luchterhandt: The work of political prisoners in the Soviet penal system // Chronid Lubarsky: Soviet prisoners in economic Major projects? // Leopold Tyrmand: On the Polish question // Jan Józef Lipski: Why I am returning to Poland // Andrej Sakharov: The disturbed strategic balance - Open letter to the participants in the Pugwash conference // Vadim Janków: “The choice is in our power ". On the possible meaning of the Russian Democratic Movement // Stefan Kisielewski: Socialism or Prosperity? A serious feature section // “Everything is dead here”. A posthumously published conversation with Nadeshda Nandelstam // Alexander Soprowskij: The end of a glorious epoch // Russian poets of the present // Herbert Tomaš Mandl: The survivor or the victim of prosperity // Jan Stanislaw Witkiewicz: The privileges of the Polish nomenklatura // Traditions the love of freedom. On the Moscow core of the democratic movement // On the end of the Moscow Helsinki Group

  • Page Count: 110
  • Publication Year: 1983
  • Language: German