Examining the Soviet Union’s response to crimes with the use of enforced security, Peter Juviler provides insight on trends in criminal actions and common legal responses to them in Soviet Russia.
Revolutionary Law and Order looks at how policy has been made by the Soviet Union, as well as the social and political changes that came to Russia and the successes and failures that came with the Soviet’s efforts to eliminate crime.
Through Peter Juviler’s evaluation of Russia’s quest for law and order in the sense of security against crimes, readers will find numerous examples of the effective enforcement from the tsarist reforms to elaborate efforts of preventing and fighting cybercrimes.
Peter H. Juviler is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Barnard University. He was the director of the human rights major at Barnard and the co-director of the Study of Human Rights and co-chair of the University Seminar on Human Rights at Colombia. Juviler passed away in 2013.