No 4 (2011)

Articles
Studies of the European Security Problems in Spanish Centers for Foreign Researches
Borzova А.U.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the analysis of the studies of the European security problems in Spanish centers for foreign researches. Special attention is paid to Spanish positions in security insuring in the cadre of the European Union, as well as to the basis design of strategic partnership of the European countries in the struggle with new challenges and threats.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):5-14
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Structural and Institutional Changes in NATO after the End of the Cold War
Petrovich-Belkin O.K.
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The article deals with some fundamental structural and organizational changes which took place in NATO after the end of the Cold War. In particular the article touches upon some issues associated with the NATO expansion and with the origin of new authorities and cooperation programs in the North Atlantic Alliance.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):15-22
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Dynamics of the Transcaucasian Policy of the Iranian President M. Ahmadinezhad
Kornilov A.A., Matveev A.S.
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The article is dedicated to the analysis of president M. Ahmadinejad's foreign policy and Iran's constructive role in regional politics as well as the Islamic Republic of Iran's ability to pursue pragmatic foreign policy in spite of its religious nature.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):23-29
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Negotiations as a Mean to Resolve Conflicts in Africa
Modibo Мamadou Konate -.
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In the article negotiating process is considered as one of the most accessible and effective experiences of peace-making in Africa. On the basis of the existing points of view and own opinion the author considers the purposes and the way of behavior of participants of negotiations in resolving conflicts, investigates to a negotiating stage, specifies conditions of success of this process.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):30-35
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Nigeria and the Problems of Conflict Resolution in Africa
Okoh ThankGod Emeka -.
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With a population of over 150 million people and a tag of the most populous black nation in the world, Nigeria has always seen itself as the big brother of Africa; the key principles guiding the conduct of its foreign policy equally reflect this stand. Nigeria strongly believes in the indivisibility of peace, that a threat to peace anywhere in Africa is a threat to peace everywhere on the continent. By extension, Africa at war and in distress is also a threat to world peace and security.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):36-39
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Cooperation between the Horn of Africa and the European Union
Dorothy Chebet Rotich -.
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This article outlines the causes of conflict in the Horn of Africa and the joint EU-Africa strategies undertaken by the European Union and the Horn of Africa partners to bring sustainable peace to the region.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):40-45
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Russian Foreign Policy Concept on the Eve of the First World War 1914-1918
Tian V.V.
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In article the concept of foreign policy of the imperial government on the eve of the First World War is analyzed. This concept left Russia in political block system. Under the conditions block system protection was among the priorities.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):46-55
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The Property in the North America which Russia Lost
Savoyskiy A.G.
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The article focused on history of the Russian-American relations included the Russian America pages. Alaska discovered and cultivated by Russian citizens, has belonged to Russia 145 years ago. Not in vain it's called the Russian sister.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):56-60
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Trans-Dniester Regulation Problem in the Context of Relations between Russia and Ukraine
Kurylev K.P.
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Modern situation as well as prospects of cooperation between Russia and Ukraine in Trans-Dniester regulation are analyzed in this article. National interests of both countries are considered. Problems of cooperation between two countries and importance of cooperation for Russia and Ukraine are also estimated.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):61-70
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Perspectives of Chinese Migration to the Russian Far East
Semenov A.B.
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The article examines the role of climatic factors in the process of migration of inhabitants of China to the Russian Far East. The outcome of this study is the conclusion of a small attractiveness of the Russian Far East region to potential Chinese migrants.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):71-79
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The Early Khazars and Turks in the Byzantium-Persian Wars of Late 6th and Early 7th Centuries
Galkina E.S.
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The article is devoted to the political and ethnic history of the Early Khazars and Göktürks in the Ciscaucasia and the problem of balance of forces in this region during the Byzantium-Persian Wars of late 6th and early 7th centuries. In the author's opinion based mainly on Arabic and Byzantine sources, the Western Turkic Khaganate was the main ally of the Byzantine Empire in these wars, and the Khazars remained a part of this Khaganate until at least 630.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):80-88
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Observing the History of U.S. Foreign Cultural Policy Formation
Filimonov G.Y.
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U.S. popular culture was considered initially by American political establishment as a mean of entertainment rather than an instrument of foreign policy. Before the Cold War American politicians never seriously thought of creating a cultural institution in the federal government. The paradox is that country where cultural export became later so large-scaled and caused a lot of controversy worldwide, originally demonstrated almost no interest in organized foreign cultural policy making. In the late 1930's and especially after World War II American political elite discovered and confirmed its view of culture as an effective tool of foreign policy, particularly at the ideological level (meanwhile the Soviet Union was leading in that confrontation for a long time - up to Gorbachev`s perestroika - outpacing the USA in production of soft power). Ideological dimension has always been and still remains an integral part of the U.S. foreign cultural policy.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):89-97
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The Conciliation Mission Historical Role in the Normalization of Franco-Caledonian Relations before 1988 Matignon Agreements
Okhrimenko A.V.
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The most important period of French state and political elite concept towards New Caledonia in the late 1980's is studied. The impact of the French military doctrine in 1987-1991, concerning the nuclear weapon testing in the South Pacific region is analyzed.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):98-103
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Australia and Creation of Democratic Republic of East Timor
Esakova E.V.
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The article considers the prerequisites and stages of creating a new independent state - democratic republic of East Timor. On focus are the role of Australia, neighboring states as well as the role of UN and international community in this process.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):104-114
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Some Results of Vietnam Membership in ASEAN
Vu Thuy Trang -.
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The article deals with the basis of the achievements Vietnam has made for 15 years since the day entered ASEAN. The author proves the contribution Vietnam has made in the interest of improving its position in the region.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):115-123
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International Cooperation in Education - Evolution of the Concept and it's Substantial Essence
Arzhanova I.V.
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The author analyses the concept of international cooperation in the context of interaction in education, organized by governments and civil society. He characterizes the widening of institutional structures as well as participants geography of international cooperation in education and the importance of European Higher Education Area politics. Particular attention is paid to normative documents of countries-participants in the international cooperation in education.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):124-133
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The authors
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Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2011;(4):134-135
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