Vladimir Bukovsky
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS


BOOKS:

"Russia's Other Writers", Ed. Michael Scammel, 1970, pp.159-166, Longman Group Ltd, London. (First published in: Grani No.65, September 1967).

"Opposition: Eine neue Geisteskrankheit in der USSR", 1972 (German edition).

"A manual on Psychiatry for Dissenters", (with Dr. Semyon Gluzman), 1974.

, 1977, "", -

"To Build a Castle", My life as a Dissenter, 1978 (in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Swedish); 1979 (in Dutch and in the USA, reprinted in 1987); 1983 (Polish in London, and 1984 in Poland; reprinted again in 1990, 1999); 1988 (in Croatia); 1990 (in Moscow); 1991 (in Hungary).

"Cette lancinante douleur de la Liberte", 1981 (in French); 1982 (in Norway, Spain and Portugal); 1983 (in Germany, in Holland and Argentina); 1987 (in the USA under the title "To Choose Freedom"); 1990 (in Moscow).

"Les pacifistes contre la paix"; "The Peace Movement and the Soviet Union", 1982 (France, USA, UK, Holland); 1983 (Switzerland, Poland, Greece); 1984 (Sweden).

"USSR: from Utopia to Disaster", 1990 (in France); 1991 (in Germany and Italy); 1992 (in Mexico).

"Judgement in Moscow", 1995 (France, Russia); 1996 (Germany); 1998 (Poland, Bulgaria), (USA, England 1999)
 
 

CONTRIBUTED TO:

"International Terrorism: Challenge & Response", Ed. by Benjamin Netanyahu, published by Jonathan Institute in 1980;

"The Apocalyptic Premise", Nuclear Arms Debate, Ed. Ernest W. Lefever & E. Stephen Hunt, published by Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1982;

"Glasnost: How Open?", published by Freedom House, 1987;

"Arms Control", The American Dilemma, ed. William R. Kintner, published by The Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, 1987;

"Soviet Hypocrisy & Western Gullibility", (together with Sidney Hook and Paul Hollander, published by Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1987;

"The Future of the Soviet Empire", ed. Henry S. Rowen & Charles Wolf, Jr., published by Macmillan Press, 1988;

"Can the Soviet System Survive Reform?", ed. G.R.Urban, published by Pinter Publishers (London & New York), 1989;

"Droits de l'Homme et Relations Internationales", published by L'Institute Francaise des Relations Internationales, 1989;

"Totalitarianism at the Crossroads", ed. Ellen Frankel Paul, published by Transaction Books Publishers, 1990;

"Does 'the West' Still Exist?", published by The Orwell Press of the Committee for the Free World, 1990;

" ??: ȿ? ?", ??? "?ȹ?? ?", 1992.

"Can Capitalism Cope? Free Market Reform in the Post-communist World", The Ludwig von Mises Lecture Series, Volume 21, Hillsdale College Press, Hillsdale, Michigan, 1994.
 
 

MAGAZINES:

Commentary, January 1979, "The Soul of Man Under Socialism";

Commentary, May 1982, "The Peace Movement and the Soviet Union";

Commentary, September 1986, "Will Gorbachev Reform the Soviet Union?";

Commentary, November 1988, "An Exchange on Glasnost";

Commentary, September 1991, What to Do About the Soviet Collapse?";

Commentary, June 1993, "Boris Yeltsin's Hollow Victory";

Commentary, October 1993, "Yeltsin's Russia: an Exchange";

Commentary, October 1996, "Secrets of the Central Committee";

The Washington Quarterly, Winter 1989, "Who Resists Gorbachev?";

Global Affairs, Spring 1990, "Malta in Retrospect";

The American Spectator, October 1984, "America's Crack-up";

The American Spectator, December 1987, "A Lonely Visionary";

Survey, Spring 1985, "Quousque Tandem Catilina?";

The New Republic, September 10-17, 1990, "Born Again and Again", (cover title: "The New Soviet Man");

The New Republic, January 6-13, 1992, "The Disappearing Act"

National Review, February 10, 1989, "Advice to the President";

National Review, September 23, 1991, "Drowning Democracy";

National Review, August 15, 1994, pp. 66-68, "Got a Light?";

Reader's Digest, August 1982, "The Stinging Pain of Liberty"

Reader's Digest, October 1987, "Warning for the World", (a collective letter);

Politique Internationale, n.34, 1986/87, "La Detente est de Retour, Monsieur le President...";

L'Express, May 22, 1987, "L'Illusion Gorbatchev";

Relazioni Internazionali, June 1992, "I tre giorni che sconvolsero il mondo";

Commentari, 1 - 1993, November, pp. 52-61, "L'oro del PCUS al 'Fratelli'"; "Il soldo di Mosca dal PCUS al suoi fratelli";

Commentari, 5 - 1994, March, "Aiuti di Mosca alle Stazioni Radiotelevisive del 'Compagni'" (pp. 31-35); "I tre fatali errori di Boris El'cin" (pp. 50-62);

Commentaire, No. 82, Volume 21, 1998, "Assurer la survie de l'idee socialiste".

Kontinent (German edition), nn 22 (1982); n.1 (1987); n.4 (1988); n.2 (1990);

Continent, (French edition), 88-1;

Kontinent, (American edition), n.4 (1982);

??, N23, 1980, "? ? ????".

NEWSPAPERS:

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 30, 1977, "Amerikanische Handschellen fur sowjetische Gefangene";

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, February 17, 1992, "Heute gibt es in Russland zuwenig Revolutionare";

Die Welt, November 20/21, 1979, "Kritik in der U-Bahn: Jahrelange Lagerhaft";

Die Welt, September 6, 1986, "Kann der Westen die Entspannung uberleben?";

Die Welt, October 1987, "Eine Begegnung im Jahre 2007";

Die Welt, March 23, 1989, "Hitler sah nicht Stalins Falle";

Welt am Sonntag, December 13, 1981, "Die Erde wird zittern unter den Fussen nutzlicher Idioten";

Rheinischer Merkur, November 20, 1987, "Niemand will Gorbatschews Kuh mieten";

Wall Street Journal, September 6, 1979, "Games Russians Play";

Wall Street Journal, December 22, 1987, "Gorbachev's Reforms: Where's the Beef?";

Wall Street Journal, November 27, 1989, "In Russia, is it 1905 again?";

Wall Street Journal, May 1, 1991, "An Exile's Return to a Country of Sorrows";

Wall Street Journal, August 8, 1994, "Inside the Assault That Ended the Cold War", Bookshelf;

Wall Street Journal, March 17, 1997, "A Revolution Without a Leader", Bookshelf;

New York Times, March 22, 1987, "Is Glasnost a Game of Mirrors?", a collective letter by 10 dissidents, also published by Herald Tribune on March 24 ("The Time has Now Come to Reject the System itself"), by The Times on March 17 ("Still Waiting for Real Reform"), Le Figaro on March 8 ("Que Gorbatchev nous donne des preuves"), Welt am Sonntag on March 15, Moscow News n.13 on March 29, 1987, etc.

New York Times, December 18, 1991, "Goodbye, Gorby, And Good Riddence";

New York Times Magazine, January 12, 1992, "Tumbling back to the Future";

Washington Times, May 27, 1986, "Mesmerized by the Bear";

The Daily Telegraph, October 2, 1979, "How Russia breaks the rules of the Games";

The Daily Telegraph, June 10, 1987, "What Adam and the Soviet voter have in common";

The Times, 1977, July-August ? (Berlin speech);

The Times, December 4, 1981, "Better Red than Dead is not Good Enough";

The Times, December 17, 1993, p.19, "Opportunists who forced Russia to send in the clown".

The Sunday Times, November 1, 1987, "Gorbachev's glasnost lies";

Observer, October 2, 1977, "A Russian's Plea for Human Rights";

Evening Standard, August 21, 1991, ?

Evening Standard, December 16, 1991, "Nuclear Weapons: why the West is wrong again";

News of the World, January 20, 1980, "Do athletes really want the KGB to win the Olympics?";

Le Monde, November 16, 1979, "Jeux Olympiques. Pour le boycottage";

Le Monde, June 28, 1991, "Babylone revisitee";

Le Monde, May 16, 1996, "Les ex-dissidents, des "gens en trop"?"

Matin, December 8, 1987, "Reve americain 2007".

Le Soir, November 6, 1979, "Jeux olympiques a Moscou: erreur, trahison et crime";

Het Parool, November 15, 1979, "Olympische zuivering";

A.B.C., March 15, 1987, "El camarada Gorbachov alquila vacas de segunda mano".

Die Weltwoche, May 9, 1991, "Wer ihn beleidigt, beleidigt die Nation";

Svenska Dagbladet, March 15, 1992, "Lenin var effectivare an Jeltsin".

National Post, (Canada), October 27, 1998, "Crying to heaven for vengeance".