POLIS Contents 5 - 1998



PRESENTING THIS ISSUE
Editorial Introduction. Presenting This Issuep.4

VERSION
Kudryavtzev V.V. Three Concepts of Liberty p.6
Sakwa R. The End of the Epoch of Revolutions: the Anti-Revolutionary Revolutions of 1989 to 1991 p.23
Volkov V.V. Monopoly of Violence and the Latent Fragmentation of the Russian State. p.39
Sokolskaya I.B. Conservatism: an Idea or a Method? p.48

DIMENSIONS OF POLITICAL CULTURE
Novinskaya M.I. Search for "New Sociality" and the Utopian Tradition (The Problem of Human Communion in a Topical Aspect). p.59
Shcherbinin A.I. Totalitarian Indoctrination: at the Outset of the System (Political Festivals and Plays) p.79

CULTURE OF PEACE
Timofeyev T.T. The Formation and Development of Culture of Peace. p.97
Sidorov Ye.Yu. Culture of Peace and Russia's Culture p.106
Galkin A.A. Stability and Change as Viewed through the Perspective of Culture of Peace. p.114

DOSSIER
Romanov R.M. Russia's Parliamentarism: Genesis and Organizational Shaping p.123
Kuvaldin V.B. Presidential and Parlamentary Pepublics as Forms of Democratic Transit (Russian and Ukrainian Experience in the Global Context) p.134

UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
Oleynik A.N. Social Policy: the Ways to Achieve Efficiency. p.139
Pishchulin N.P. Political Leadership and the Electoral Process p.145
Mineyeva Yu.A. Socrates as the Last Philosopher-Citizen. p.153
Kovalev V.A., Meleshkina Ye.Yu., Lystzov V.V. Electoral Process in Russia's Regions (Round Table by Correspondence) p.161

MATTERS IN PRINT REVIEWED
Lyubin V.P. The Politeia' Journal: Attainment of Self-Identity p.169

LIFE IN SCIENCE
Gayamova N.A. A Point on the Map of Russia Where Parallel Realities Intersect (To the 5th Anniversary of the Moscow School for Political Studies). p.175
Information. A MGIMO Workshop on External and Internal Factors of Political Change. 180p.180
Lafferty W.M. World Capitalism, Governance and Community (Toward a Corporate Millennium?) p.183
Information. Formation of Civil Society in Russia (A Conference in Barnaul). p.185
Menshenina N.N. Our Life Is Politics. p.189