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  1. Public Opinion Research in Ukraine Under Wartime Conditions 

    Klein, Eduard; Pleines, Heiko; Volosevych, Inna; et al. (2024)
    Ukrainian Analytical Digest
    The topic of this issue is Public Opinion Research in Ukraine Under Wartime Conditions. Heiko Pleines and Eduard Klein as well as Inna Volosevych describe the situation of survey institutes in Ukraine since Russia's full-scale invasion. Volodymyr Paniotto and Serhiy Dembitsky discuss challenges regarding the collection of survey data and provide solutions for obtaining valid data. Serhiy Shapovalov uses survey data to show how Ukraine's ...
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  2. Russian Foreign Propaganda in Occupied Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus 

    McGlynn, Jade; Cenusa, Denis; Kravets, Daria; et al. (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    This issue analyzes the content, infrastructure, audiences, and local agents of Russian foreign propaganda targeting Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus. Jade McGlynn analyzes how Russia adapted its propaganda narratives in occupied Ukrainian territory in late 2022 after initial efforts showed limited effectiveness. Denis Cenusa examines the key themes of Russian disinformation in Moldova, noting that these efforts exploit the internal polarization ...
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  3. The West and Russia’s War of Aggression against Ukraine 

    Sherr, James; Orttung, Robert W.; Meister, Stefan (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    This issue covers the Western reaction to Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine. It starts with a critical comment by James Sherr questioning the West’s response and resolve. Robert Orttung then goes on to look at the internal struggle about support for Ukraine in US politics, focusing on the foreign policy stance of the Republican Party. In another case study Stefan Meister presents a critical assessment of Germany’s policies in ...
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  4. Urban Borderlands: Difference, Inequality, and Spatio-Temporal In-Betweenness in Cities 

    Iossifova, Deljana; Kostenwein, David (2024)
    Urban Planning
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  5. Impact of Russia’s War on Ukrainian Agriculture 

    Nivievskyi, Oleg; Neyter, Roman; Mkrtchian, Alexander; et al. (2024)
    Ukrainian Analytical Digest
    The topic of this issue is Impact of Russia’s War on Ukrainian Agriculture. Oleg Nivievskyi and Roman Neyter make an interim assessment of the financial consequences of the war-related damages and losses in Ukrainian agriculture; Alexander Mkrtchian and Daniel Müller used Sentinel-2 satellite imagery to estimate the extent of abandoned croplands on both sides of the front line after the onset of war. A section with export statistics rounds ...
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  6. Das Erbe von Minderheiten / The Heritage of Minorities 

    Hess, Regine; Kasap, Orkun; Langenberg, Silke (2024)
    Kritische Berichte
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  7. Russian Environmentalism During the War 

    Tysiachniouk, Maria; Franceschelli, Maria Chiara; Davydova, Angelina (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    The topic of this issue is Russian Environmentalism During the War. Maria Tysiachniouk analyzes the changing dynamics of the environmental NGO community in Russia, reflecting on the complex interplay between state control, international collaboration, and grassroots activism; Maria Chiara Franceschelli explores the complex interplay between environmentalism, center-periphery relations, and ethnonationalism in Russia during both peacetime ...
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  8. Russia’s Role in the South Caucasus and Central Asia 

    Safiyev, Rail; Kobilov, Firdavs (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    This issue examines Azerbaijan’s and Uzbekistan’s evolving relationship with Russia amidst significant geopolitical changes: Rail Safiyev explores Azerbaijan’s strategic maneuvering in the wake of its military success in Karabakh, highlighting its balancing act between ties with the West and maintaining good relations with Russia against the backdrop of the Russian-Ukrainian war. Firdavs Kobilov shifts the focus to Uzbekistan, analyzing ...
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  9. Western Sanctions and Russia’s Role for Global Energy 

    Poussenkova, Nina; Mironova, Irina; Jirušek, Martin (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    This issue deals with Western Sanctions and Russia’s Role for Global Energy. Nina Poussenkova explores the impact of Western sanctions on the Russian oil sector since February 24, 2022; Irina Mironova provides an overview of the current situation in the Russian natural gas sector; finally, Martin Jirušek assesses the stability and security of the EU’s gas supply portfolio after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the EU’s subsequent focus ...
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  10. Indoctrination 

    Nazrullaeva, Eugenia; Northmore-Ball, Ksenia; Tertytchnaya, Katerina; et al. (2024)
    Russian Analytical Digest (RAD)
    This issue looks at the impact of indoctrination in schools and universities. Eugenia Nazrullaeva et al. discuss Russian indoctrination in comparative perspective. Allyson Edwards examines youth indoctrination through the case study of Yunarmiya. In a republished interview, Andrei Yakovlev tells the post-Soviet story of the Higher School of Economics from an insider’s perspective. Nikolai Petrov presents the results of a recent study ...
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  11. Iran and the South Caucasus after the Second Karabakh War 

    Koolaee, Elaheh; Rashidi, Ahmad; Yeo, Alexander; et al. (2024)
    Caucasus Analytical Digest (CAD)
    The papers in this issue address the regional dynamics following the Second Karabakh War of 2020. Iran has found itself having more and more of a foot in the South Caucasus as a result. The prospects and modalities of the so-called ‘Zangezur Corridor’ (a proposed land connection between Azerbaijan proper and its exclave of Nakhchivan/Nakhichevan) include economic, geopolitical, strategic, cultural, and ideological components, perceived ...
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  12. Negotiations, Security, and EU-Integration 

    Fesenko, Volodymyr; Kurnyshova, Yulia; Härtel, André (2024)
    Ukrainian Analytical Digest
    In this issue, Volodymyr Fesenko examines the paradoxes and prospects for negotiations to end the war between Russia and Ukraine. His analysis is complemented by survey data on what Ukrainians actually think about negotiations. Yuliia Kurnyshova discusses whether shared threat perceptions between Ukraine and the West will accelerate Ukraine's integration into the EU and NATO. And André Härtel considers whether Ukraine and the EU are ready ...
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  13. Superposition Workout 

    Persyn, Freek; Marcus-Bello, Nifemi; Bello, Feyikemi; et al. (2023)
    Superposition
    Superposition Workout investigates the architecture and design practice of the now. It tries to understand why the way we work is closely related to the work we produce. In this current times of predicament, the working process becomes as important as the work itself, and new tendencies in how we shape our working environments arise in parallel to new formats of collaborations and create multiple possibilities for individuals, collectives, ...
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  14. Capsule 2023 

    Ascari, Alessio; Travaglini, Cristina; Cournet, Paul; et al. (2023)
    Capsule: International Review of Radical Design & Desire Theory
    Capsule is delving into the world of design in its broader definition – one that encompasses interiors and architecture, fashion and technology, ecology and craft. A hybrid between a magazine and a book, paying homage to a lineage of Italian radical design to explore our relationship with desire and consumption, Capsule is released annually during Milan Design Week. Indulging in a lavish physicality, Capsule is itself an object of radical ...
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  15. The Architect as Public Intellectual / De architect als publieke intellectueel 

    Avermaete, Tom; Patteeuw, Véronique; Ronner, Elsbeth; et al. (2023)
    Oase
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  16. Architecture in the Foreign Aid-Funded Knowledge Economy. Part 1: Expertise 

    Loosen, Sebastiaan; Sigge, Erik; Mattsson, Helena (2023)
    ABE Journal
    The decolonization of large parts of the world in the second half of the 20th century drastically altered the ways in which architecture and spatial planning, both as practice and as field of knowledge, were enmeshed in global flows of exchange. In particular the politics and economies of foreign aid shaped these flows of exchange from the 1950s to the late 1980s and gave rise to a whole infrastructure destined to assist the progress ...
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  17. Public Space. The Real and the Ideal 

    Patrao Neves De Frias Martins, André; Teerds, Hans; Baumberger, Christoph; et al. (2023)
    Architecture Philosophy
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  18. KOF Analysen 2023, Nr. 4, Winter 

    KOF Konjunkturforschungsstelle der ETH Zürich (2023)
    KOF Analysen
    Der vorliegende Beitrag dokumentiert die Ergebnisse der Winterprognose 2023 der KOF Konjunkturforschungsstelle der ETH Zürich vom 13. Dezember 2023. Zuerst werden die jüngsten Wirtschaftsentwicklungen in der Schweiz und im Ausland diskutiert. Danach folgen die wichtigsten Prognoseergebnisse für die verschiedenen Wirtschaftsbereiche der Schweiz, aufgeteilt nach den wichtigsten verwendungsseitigen Komponenten des Bruttoinlandprodukts (BIP). ...
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  19. DELUS 

    Just, Johanna Franziska; Frikech, Sara (2023)
    DELUS
    The pilot issue of DELUS offers a range of diverse insights into landscape and urban questions. It introduces new methods to unpack multiple worlds and narrate manifold stories. The contributions range from unraveling histories of land-body relations through recipes with Luiza Prado de O. Martins, following living fossils and their mythical counterparts with Christina Gruber, working with communities to examine extractive environments ...
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  20. Architektur und Konflikt 

    Hess, Regine (2023)
    Kritische Berichte
    as vorliegende Heft ist dem Konflikt in der Architektur gewidmet. Wir legen ihm ein Verständnis von Architektur zugrunde, das Planungen und Bauwerke an den wichtigsten – konflikthaften – Stationen betrachtet, an denen eine Fülle unterschiedlicher Akteur:innen beteiligt ist. Architektur und Denkmalpflege werden dadurch stärker in Politik-, Sozial- und Geschichtswissenschaften eingebettet und Kontroversen und Differenzproduktion forschungsleitend. ...
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