For Immediate Release
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., USA - February 15, 2011 - East View Press (www.eastviewpress.com), the journal and book
publishing division of East View Information Services and its related company, East
View Cartographic, has recently announced The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet
Press title change to The Current Digest of the Russian Press.
Starting with Issue No. 3, Vol. 63 (2011), The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet
Press (ISSN 1067-7542) will now be titled The Current Digest of the Russian
"This change in title was prompted by the dated nature of the term "post-Soviet"
in today's world," said Ana Niedermaier, Director of East View Press. "It also serves
as a more accurate description of the content of the journal, which selects and
translates articles exclusively from major Russian news sources."
"The change in title will not affect our methodology concerning article selection,
nor our careful approach to translation and editing," said Kent D. Lee, President
& CEO of East View Companies. "Rest assured that The Current Digest of the Russian
Press will continue to publish high-quality translations of pertinent articles
from the Russian press on events occurring in Russia, the CIS, Europe, the US, and
the world over."
Content from The Current Digest of the Russian Press will continue to be
updated electronically and subscribers will have the same user experience, with
access to current year issues and back issues.
The new ISSN numbers are as follows:
The Current Digest of the Russian Press (print) ISSN 2159-3612
The Current Digest of the Russian Press (online) ISSN 2159-3639
For more information about The Current Digest of the Russian Press, contact
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About East View Press
East View Press, a specialty publisher
of Russian and English language books and journals, is the journal and book publishing
division of East View Companies.
Dedicated to publishing critical information from Russia and Eurasia, East View
Press currently publishes five periodicals and has published a number of books intended
for researchers and others interested in major international and public policy issues.
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