Journal Issue - Pipss.org - Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia & the CIS - Nov. 2012

November 26, 2012
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The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, Pipss.revues.org - Issue 13 - Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia & the CIS - http://pipss.revues.org/3813

Introduction, by Anne Le Huérou

 

Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia and the CIS - Articles (5)

· Mark Galeotti, 
" Purges, Power and Purpose: Medvedev's 2011 police reforms "

· Boris Gladarev, 
" Russian Police before the 2010-2011 Reform: A Police Officer’s Perspective "

· Yulia Chistyakova et Annette Robertson , 
"Youtube Cops and Power Without Limits : Understanding Police Violence in 21st Century Russia"

· Perrine Poupin, 
" « Démocratie dirigée » et manifestations protestataires de rue à Moscou : quelle partition joue la police ? [« Planned Democracy » and Street Protest Marches in Moscow : What Musical Score is Playing the Police?] "

· Kornely Kakachia et Liam O’Shea, 
" Why does police reform appear to have been more successful in Georgia than in Kyrgyzstan or Russia? "

Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia and the CIS - Conversations (2)

· « […] Local police officers are accused of violence […] but case officers have an opportunity to commit acts of violence with impunity » - Interview with Ekaterina Khozhdaeva, Associate Professor in Sociology, Kazan " - Interview conducted by Anne Le Huérou et Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski

· « Nowadays, the [Kyrgyz] Police force exhibits all signs of crisis of the system » - E-mail interview with Alexander Zelichenko, former colonel of the Kyrgyz Police, Director of the Central-Asian Drug Policy Center – Interview conducted by Anne Le Huérou et Elisabeth Sieca-Kozlowski


Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia and the CIS - Document (1)

· Natalia Taubina, 
" Russie : la société civile et le système répressif avant le début officiel de la réforme [Russia : Civil Society and the Law Enforcement System Prior to the Official Initiation of the Reform] "


 Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia and the CIS - Bibliography

· " E. Sieca-Kozlowski , A Suggested Bibliography


Police Brutality & Police Reform in Russia and the CIS - Book Reviews (5)

· 
P. Hagenloh, Stalin's Police. Public order and mass repression in the USSR, 1926-1941 ", reviewed by F.-X. Nérard

· M. Galeotti (Ed.), The Politics of Security in Modern Russia ", reviewed by E. Bertrand

· B. Taylor, State Building in Putin’s Russia. Policing and Coercion after Communism, reviewed by G.Favarel-Garrigues

· Fond “Obshchestvennii verdict”, Reforma militsiia: otsenki i ozhidaniia grazhdan: resultaty sotsiologicheskikh issledovanii i kommentarii ekspertov , reviewed by A. Robertson

· V. Voronkov, B. Gladarev, L. Sagitova, Militsiia i etnicheskie migranty: praktiki vzaimodeistviia, reviewed by A. Regamey

 

Elisabeth Kozlowski
The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies

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