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RUSSIA AND UKRAINE IN XVII–XX CC.

VOLUME SIXTEEN [163]

oktober 2016

Publishing: ANO «Runivers»

ISSN 2306-4978

Pages: 252

EDITORIAL

The 16th issue of The Historical Reporter is dedicated to the last three centuries of relations between Russia and Ukraine. The Editorial Board considers that it is its’ duty despite of any political restraints to unite colleagues-historians and introduce to the scientific community new studies, approaches, findings and new publications reviews.
The issue unites studies focused on various aspects of the Ukrainian state system and it’s interactions with the environment of the international relations. An abstract in english will be found at the end of each article.

Alexey E. Titkov
Editor-in-Chief



CONTENTS

RUSSIA AND THE FATE OF THE COSSACK STATE

Boris N. Florya. Russia and the Cossack uprising of 1625

Alexander S. Almazov. Russian waywodes of Cossack Hetmanate in the second half of the XVII c.: state of knowledge and open questions 

Dmitry U. Stepanov. On the question of eastern-orthodox traditions in the formation of porto-national identity of Ukrainian intellectual elite of the second half of the XVII c.

Vastly P. Kononenko. Cossack-Moscow relations depicted in the Pacts and Constitutions of Rights and Freedoms of 1710

THE CROSS-ROADS OF HISTORY: UKRAINE AND THE NEIGHBOURS

Yaroslav V. Pylypchuk. The Crimean Khanate and The Rzecz Pospolita during the reign of Władysław IV Vasa 

Vadim V. Adadurov. Had Napoleon the intention of retreating from Moscow to Ukraine? Documentary deconstruction of historiographical myth 

Alexander V. Shubin. The Yekaterinoslav Governorate in-between Russia and Ukraine (1917–1918) 

HISTORY IN THE MIRROR OF POLITICS

Yakov A. Lazarev. The modern historical courses (2014–2015), describing the non-canonical history of Ukraine, during the second half of the XVII—XVIII cc.

Alexander S. Levchenkov. The official Ukrainian interpretations of questionable issues in the History of the XX c., in the context of Russian-Ukraine relations at the turn of the XXth—XXI cc.