Ukraine, Russia, and the National Question: An Interview with Aleksandr Tsipko

  • Roman Solchanyk


Aleksandr Tsipko is a doctor of philosophical sciences and deputy director of the Institute of Economic and Political Research of the USSR Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist in the history of Socialist thought and the author of numerous works on the theory of socialism. His four-part article “The Sources of Stalinism” in Nauka i zhizn’ (1988, Nos. 11 and 12, 1989, and Nos. 1 and 2) gained Tsipko instant notoriety for its searing critique of Marxism as the source of the Soviet Union’s current problems. The following interview was conducted on July 23, 1990, at the IV. World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies at Harrogate, England.


State Sovereignty Unpleasant Impression National Question Democratic Movement Russian Culture 
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