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Lilla Barbara Paszkiewicz

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Përparim Kabo

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Lazăr Vlăsceanu and Marian-Gabriel Hâncean

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Peter Jašek

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The paper deals with the memorial of Vasil Biľak that was unveiled in Krajná Bystrá in Eastern Slovakia in February 2015. However, Vasil Biľak was considered as a very negative figure for his participation at the Warsaw Pact occupation in 1968. The paper points out some gaps in the remembrance policy in Slovakia after the fall of communism and also some inconsistency that accompanied the process of the coming to terms with the totalitarian history of Slovakia.

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Daniela Maria Marțole

References Berechet, M. 1983. Nouă caiete albastre[Nine Blue Notebooks]. București: Editura Muzicală. Braunmuller, A.R.(ed.). 1999. Macbeth. Cambridge University Press. Boia, L. 2016. Strania istorie a comunismului românesc (și nefericitele ei consecințe) [The Strange History of the Romanian Communism (and its Unfortunate Consequences)]. București : Humanitas. Boia, L. 2002. Istorie și mit în conștiința românească [History and Myth in Romanian Consciousness]. București : Humanitas

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Carmen Chelaru

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Salome Dundua, Tamar Karaia and Zviad Abashidze

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Witold Morawski

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Tibor Toró

Processes of Nationalization in Post-Soviet States. Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(11): 1785-1814. DAALDER, Hans. 1974. The Consociational Democracy Theme. World Politics 26(4): 604-621. DOMOKOS, Géza. 1991. Az irreális azonnaliság nem lehet kenyerünk. Válasz Eva Maria Barkinak. Romániai Magyar Szó, February 12. 1996. Esély I. Csíkszereda: Pallas-Akadémia. GILBERG, Trond. 1990. Nationalism and Communism in Romania: the Rise and Fall of Ceausescu’s Personal Dictatorship. Boulder: Westview Press. KÁNTOR, Zoltán

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George T. Sipos

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This study reopens the question of the nature of political commitment and its causes during a time that drastically altered the history of the 20th century, the 1920s and 1930s. Focused largely on a body of texts produced by Japanese female writer Miyamoto Yuriko (1899-1951) who returned from a three-year long trip to the Soviet Union in late 1920s as a convinced communist, the study offers a comparison with communism renunciation writings produced by leftist Romanian French writer Panait Istrati (1894-1935), as well as other communist and fellow travelers who experienced the same Soviet realities as Miyamoto but with opposite outcomes, such as French writer André Gide (1869-1951). What made those members of the intelligentsia so passionately embrace or renounce certain political ideologies that ultimately changed the face of modern history?