Professor Service's research interests cover Russian history from the late nineteenth century to the present day. Nowadays he is focussing on Russia in its international framework. He is currently working on the geopolitics of the Russian Revolution as well as a study of the end of the Cold War.
Spies and Commissars
Robert Service, acclaimed historian and one of our finest commentators on matters Soviet, turns his meticulous eye to this ragtag group of people and, with narrative flair and impeccable research, reveals one of the great untold stories of ...
Robert Service draws on hitherto unexamined archives and on his profound understanding of Russian history to draw a portrait of the man and his legacy, ...
Russian Marxism and its london colony before the October 1917 Revolution
Russian Marxism and its London Colony before the October 1917 Revolution
Contributors to Personality and Place in Russian Culture were encouraged to develop any of the approaches featured in Hughes's work: pointillist and panoramic, playful and morbid, quotidian and bizarre.
The Penguin History of Modern Russia from Tsarism to the Twenty-First Century
The Russian Revolution, 1900-1927
The Way They Talked Then:The Discourse of Politics in the Soviet Party Politburo in the Late 1920s
In this groundbreaking book, prominent Western and Russian scholars examine the “lost” transcripts of the Soviet Politburo, a set of verbatim accounts of meetings that took place from the 1920s to 1938 but remained hidden in secret ...