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Peace research in Finnish and Soviet scientific literature

Peace research in Finnish and Soviet scientific literature

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Published by Tampere Peace Research Institute in [Tampere, Finland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland.,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Peace -- Research -- Finland.,
    • Peace -- Research -- Soviet Union.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementeds., Jakob Berger, Unto Vesa.
      SeriesResearch reports / Tampere Peace Research Institute,, no. 26, Tutkimuksia (Rauhan- ja konfliktintutkimuslaitos (Tampere, Finland)) ;, no. 26.
      ContributionsBerger, Jakob., Vesa, Unto.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX1904.5 .P424 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination190 p. ;
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2791599M
      ISBN 109517060602
      LC Control Number83219415

      Soviet forces began the war on Novem , and it was concluded on Ma , with the Peace of Moscow. Causes of the War Following the Soviet invasion of Poland in the fall of , they turned their attention north to Finland. The Soviet offensive plans controversy is a debate among historians whether Soviet leader Joseph Stalin planned to attack Axis forces in Eastern Europe prior to Operation historians agree that the geopolitical differences between the Soviet Union and the Axis made war inevitable, and that Stalin had made extensive preparations for war and exploited the military conflict in.

        Finland has traditionally been a country in which realism is the norm of respectable literature—if a book deals with the dark sides of contemporary Finnish society or the traumatic points of our history, it is usually considered worth reading by critics and the public alike. This book presents an overview of all the Warsaw Pact armed forces as well as a section on Soviet strategy, a model land campaign which the Soviet Union could have conducted against NATO, a section on vehicles, weapons and aircraft, and a full-color section on the uniforms, nations badges and rank-insignia of all the nations of the Warsaw Pact.

      Finland has had its share of literary geniuses adding to the literary heritage with the best books on Finnish literature. The list of books on Finnish literature includes Purge, The Unknown Soldier and many other popular books on Finnish literature that has been translated into various languages and even made into movies. War and Peace is perhaps one of the best-known pieces of Russian literature, but it is also one of the most challenging books to read. The four-volume novel paints a detailed picture of Russian society during the time of the war with Napoleon, from to


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32, price us $   The Finnish Literature Society (SKS) makes its English-language academic series, Studia Fennica, as well as a selection of Finnish-language research publications available in open access. The Studia Fennica series includes works from the fields of anthropology, ethnology, folklore studies, history, literature and linguistics.

Publication of the series began in Cited by: 1. Peace and conflict studies is a social science field that identifies and analyzes violent and nonviolent behaviours as well as the structural mechanisms attending conflicts (including social conflicts), with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition.

A variation on this, peace studies (irenology), is an interdisciplinary effort aiming at the. The fact that Finland commenced any new forms of cooperation with great difficulty is evidenced by the very inconclusive attempts to establish the Soviet–Finnish scientific and technical exchange at that time.

Moreover, the initiative came mostly from the Finnish public and not from government agencies. Interference or friendly gestures. Soviet cultural diplomacy and Finnish elections, – Cold War History: Vol.

20, No. 3, pp. Russo-Finnish War (Novem –Ma ), also called the Winter War, war waged by the Soviet Union against Finland at the beginning of World War II, following the conclusion of the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact (Aug ).

Learn more about the Russo-Finnish War in this article. The Winter War was a war between the Soviet Union (USSR) and began with a Soviet invasion of Finland on 30 Novemberthree months after the outbreak of World War II, and ended three and a half months later with the Moscow Peace Treaty on 13 March Despite superior military strength, especially in tanks and aircraft, the Soviet Union suffered severe losses and initially.

Soviet disintegration also led to the scrapping of a Finnish-Soviet defense treaty and to a pledge by Russia to treat its Finnish neighbor as an equal.

InEsko Aho became prime minister, heading a center-right government, but his party suffered heavy losses in elections, and a left-right coalition government headed by Social. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Each issue of Russian Literature contains from three to six detailed, critical articles.

Issues are generally devoted to special themes, such as Dos- toevskii (April ) or literary theory (August ). No book reviews are included. Russian Literature is written by and intended for specialists. Russian Literature Triquarterly. $ Books The Finnish blue book the development of Finnish-Soviet relations during the Autumn of including the official documents and the Peace Treaty of Ma The Finnish Card in the Soviet Foreign Policy, –, Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura.

[Google Scholar], The Soviet Union, Finland and the Cold War. On the new interpretations of Finnish‐Soviet relations, see Rentola Rentola, Kimmo. August “From Half‐Adversary to Half Ally: Finland in Soviet Policy, –”. The Soviet Union held the advantage in manpower, equipment, and resources, but the Finnish Army inflicted casualties on the Red Army that far exceeded their own.

Not a single Red Army unit reached its initial objectives and Stalin was forced to come to the negotiation table and make a peace that left Finland as a sovereign state.

The arch-rival of the Soviet Union, the United States, saw an opportunity to use the book and its attempted suppression as a cultural weapon against the Soviets. for peace—the Finnish-Soviet Society considered the Soviet Union as the herald o f peace.

It disseminated, fo r example, a interview with Stalin, in which he de. gained through the Nazi-Soviet pact did not deeply impact the Finns. The Treaty of Tartu and non-aggression pact ofrenewed for an additional ten years inbound Finland and the Soviet Union to pacific relations.

Finland assumed an air of complacency and refused to accept Stalin’s requests, even with increased concessions. Finland's War of Choice is a welcome addition to the literature on Finland in World War II.

Although not much new ground is broken in terms of archival findings, the book provides necessary interpretation of Finland's geopolitical and diplomatic maneuvers /5(38). The Finnish-Estonian writer Sofi Oksanen published Purge (Finnish: Puhdistus) inafter it originally came out as a play in One of her only novels to be translated into English, Purge explores difficult themes like rape, collusion, sexual slavery, and resistance during the Soviet occupation of won several prestigious literary prizes in Finland for its harsh portrayal of.

The Finnish community in North America felt an especially strong bond with the young Soviet country. Somehad left their homeland--long a part of the Russian Empire--in the first decade of the s, to avoid oppressive Russification begun in Quite a .It forms a scathing, yet truthful depiction of Finnish rural life.

Exhausted by work and illness, Kivi passed away as a destitute man at the age of Today he has been promoted to the rank of national writer, for he is reputed to have paved the way for Finnish-language literature (before him, the bulk of Finnish literature was written in.Finland is an enlightened modern Nordic welfare state, wired, highly literate and technologically advanced.

Finland is also the most sparsely inhabited country in the European Union, mostly covered in forest, lake, and tundra, where urban life is a relative novelty and the average family spends weeks every summer in a small cabin by a lake or seashore, with no running water and often no.