Aronson refutes the widely-held belief that the anti-Jewish pogroms of 1881 in Russia were supported by the Czar, or those within his inner circle. He instead looks to social, economic and political forces of the time, and recounts the fateful events of this year in great detail.
Thomas Remington views the methods used by the Communist Party in official communications to Soviet society during the 1970s and 1980s.
This book discerns Soviet leaders’ views of the United States and sees them in relation to foreign policy statements and actions.
A profile of the Bolshevik attempt to build a a new state by mobilizing the working class, in effect building society, that in the end resulted in failed institutions and weakened bureaucracy.
A unique perspective on the question of how Marxism and the early Soviet Union dealt with issues of nationalism, viewed through The Jewish Communist Workers’ Party, the Poale Zion.
The first book-length English language study since 1913 concerning the life of Paul I. It views his background and complex political relations.
A descriptive account of the court of Tsar Ivan IV, in sixteenth-century Moscow, as seen through the eyes of papal envoy and Jesuit Antonio Possevino S.J.