POLIS Contents 6 - 1995



PRESENTING THIS ISSUE
Editorial Introduction. Presenting This Issuep.4

ARTICLES
Busygina I.M. Post-Modernism in Moscow . p.5

PROBLEMS AND JUDGMENTS
Rubtzov A.V. Liberty as a Punishment (The Meaning and Prospects of the Liberal Tendencies of Nowaday Russia) p.10
Gelbras V.G. Russia and China: Questions of Bringing Geoeconomic Spaces Together p.32
Miller A.I. Nationalism as a Theoretical Problem (The Guide to a New Research Paradigm) p.55

FROM A POLITICAL SCIENTIST'S VIEWPOINT: ELITES AND THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS
Rivera Sh.V. Tendencies in the Forming of the Composition of Russia's Post-Communist Elite: Repute Analysis p.61
Afanasyev M.N. The Ruler's Court or Civil Service? (The Russian Officialdom at a Crossroads) p.67
Nelson L.D., Kuzes I.Yu. Interest Groups and the Political Aspect of Russian Economic Reforms (A Critical Version) p.81
Fesenko V.V. The Ukraine's Political Elite: Contradictions of Its Formation and Evolution p.87

DOSSIER: FEDERALISM
Solnik St. The "Bargaining" between Moscow and the Federation Subjects over the Structure of the New Russian State: 1990-1995 p.95
Farukshin M.Kh. Subjects of Federations in the International Relations p.109

SEMINAR
Ivanov V.M. Free Enterprise: Illusions and Facts p.119
Goncharov D.V. Political Mobilization p.129

RUSSIA TODAY
Selivanov A.I. Bashkortostan - "Terra Incognita" on the Political Map of Russia p.138

RETROACTIVE COMMUNICATION
Mamayev Sh. Russia - USA: Is Partnership Premature? p.145

LIFE IN SCIENCE
Plevako N.S. Conflict and Consensus in Politics and at the Labour Market p.151