Alexander Pivovarenko

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Academic degree: К.и.н.
Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Analytical articles

 

Column: Via Militaris & Via Egnatia

205
17 November 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Veterans Ahead! Bulgarian Presidential Elections Results
166
25 October 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Three days in Baku
267
18 October 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Looking for Changes. Montenegro Elections Results
224
27 September 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

On the Eve of Great Events: Leader of the Republika Srpska Arrives in Moscow
297
23 September 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Golden Land for Fortune-Seekers: Western Investment in Kosovo
206
15 September 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

The Outcome of Croatia’s Early Elections
132
1 September 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Modernization of Serbia's Transportation System: Part 1. Aviation
163
24 August 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Here We Go Again. Serbia Has a New Government
238
5 August 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Pragmatic Lyricism. Putin’s Visit to Slovenia
233
19 July 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Events in Turkey: Reaction in the Balkans
243
8 July 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

Unlucky Number. On the Political Crisis in Croatia
169
6 July 2016
Alexander Pivovarenko

Ph.D. in History, Research Associate, RAS Institute of Slavonic Studies, RIAC Expert

The Political Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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