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Russian and Eurasian Electronic Journals and Newspapers

The titles below are not a complete listing. More e-journals are available including most of the East View periodicals.

Ab imperio (Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies - ASEEES)

Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) (ProQuest) 

AIM : Armenian International Magazine (ProQuest) 

Armenian Reporter (ProQuest) 

Current digest of the post-Soviet press (HathiTrust Digital Library) 

East View Press: Featured Contents (open access) 

Ex libris NG

Gazeta wyborcza (Access World New & Nexis Uni) 

Sovetskoe gosudarstvo i pravo (Institut prava - Akademiiia nauk SSSR))

Harvard Ukrainian studies (Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute)

International affairs (HathiTrust Digital Library) 

Izvestiia ( Daily newspaper)

Izvestiia (Multiple periodicals)

Kartograficheskaia letopis' (East View) 


Komsomol'skaia pravda

Knizhnaia letopis' (East View)

Kritika (Project Muse) 

Letopis' avtoreferatov dissertatsii (East View) 

Letopis' zhurnal'nykh statei (East View) 

Letopis' retsenzii (East View) 

Moscow news

Moscow times

Nationalities papers (EBSCOhost) 

Nová přítomnost (New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs) -English

Notnaia letopis' (East View) 

Novaya gazeta

Polish American journal (ProQuest)

Prague post 

Rasprave: Časopis Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje

Russian life

Russian politics and law 

Russian review (EBSCOhost) 

Russian social science review  

Russian studies in history 

Soviet life (HathiTrust Digital Library) 

Studies in Russian & Soviet cinema 

The Times of Central Asia

Ukraine Business Weekly 

Ukrainian Weekly 

Warsaw voice

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