No 2 (2015)

Articles
THE HUANGPU MILITARY ACADEMY AND THE FORMATION OF CHIANG KAISHEK’S SPECIAL SERVICES
Yurkevich A.G.
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The article dwells on the formation of military and party intelligence and counterespionage bodies, which were controlled by Chiang Kaishek, the leader of the Guomindang party, in the second quarter of the XXth century. The author demonstrates that the base of this bodies were the staff and political institutions of the Huangpu (Whampoa) Military Academy, which were founded with the assistance of the USSR and the participation of Chinese communists. The foundation of the Guomindang special services was one of the results of political game by the Chief of the Huangpu (Whampoa) Military Academy, Chiang Kaishek, with Soviet advisers. His aim was to use the Soviet assistance in order to resist the Moscow’s plans in China.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):7-15
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HOSNI MOUBARAK: “THE LAST PHARAON” OF EGYPT
Chikrizova O.S.
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The article is devoted to the analysis of presidency of Hosni Moubarak - Egypt’s leader during 30 years (1981-2011). The author composes a political portrait of H. Moubarak, illustrates key directions and features of his domestic and foreign policy.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):16-27
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THE CHRISTIANS AND JEWS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF AHMAD-PASHA AL-JAZZAR (1775-1804)
Kasumov R.o.
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The article concerns the analysis of the role and place of the representatives of the Christian communities in the administration system of the territories, controlled by Ahmad-pasha al-Jazzar, the most powerful Syrian provincial governor in the second half of the 18 th - early 19 th centuries, in the first years of his rule. The author makes an attempt to show the influence of the changes in the organization of the provincial government in the Ottoman Empire on the position of the Syrian Christians, who traditionally had a lower status than the representatives of the Muslim community.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):28-36
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JIHAD IN THE INTERPRETATION OF ABDULLAH AZZAM
Kadyrova K.A.
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The article examines the doctrine of “extremist Pan-Islamism” of the Islamic activist Abdullah Azzam, the “spiritual mentor” of Osama bin Laden. The central concept of the doctrine was the treatment of the author's conception of jihad.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):37-44
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THE IDEA OF UNITING FRANCE AND SPAIN IN THE EARLY XVIII CENTURY
Popova E.A.
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The article is devoted to explore the emergence of the idea of a the dual French-Spanish monarchy, the way of its implementation and reasons for the failure. In the struggle for the Spanish throne, the main competitors have become the Austrian Habsburgs and the French Bourbons. The threat of union of France and Spain under the scepter of one monarch sparked the first war for world hegemony - War of the Spanish Succession, which changed the balance of forces in Europe. Attempts to revise the peace treaty of Utrecht were unsuccessful for the Spanish monarchy.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):45-52
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AGER COMPASCUUS DURING THE CRISIS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC
Kirillova M.N.
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This article deals with the institute of ager compascuus (common pasture) and analyzes acts of the Roman State intended to preserve it from deformations that it underwent in the late 2nd century B.C. together with the entire system of communal land tenure.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):53-60
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THE ORIGINS OF THE FRANCISCO JAVIER CLAVIJERO’S SCIENTIFIC OUTLOOK
Veselova I.Y.
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The article is devoted to some aspects of formation of the Francisco Javier Clavijero’s scientific outlook. The article analyzes the process of becoming a scientist's views, as well as their influence on prominent Mexican thinker’s work.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):61-66
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TURKISH OTTOMAN LEGACY IN MODERN AMERICAN HISTORIOGRAPHY
Chmyreva V.A.
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The article presents the main approaches developed within US scientific and political community concerning the most challenging issues of the Ottoman history reflected in the policies of modern Turkey, and still having impact on the role and place of Turkish Republic in the system of international relations in general.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):67-72
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EVOLUTION LIGHTING MACEDONIAN QUESTION IN THE TURKISH HISTORIOGRAPHY
Aslanova S.N.
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This article discusses the work of Turkish historians on the Macedonian question. As a result, a comprehensive analysis of research on the Macedonian question, the author comes to the conclusion about the need to explore this issue in conjunction with the involvement of both Russian and Turkish archival materials.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):73-78
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THE DEPARTMENT OF WORLD HISTORY: HISTORY AND PROSPECTS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY
Voronin S.A., Kudelin A.A.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):79-86
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«THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN ANTIQUITY». ACADEMIC CONFERENCE «THE OCCIDENT AND THE ORIENT: PRIORITIES OF THE AGES» (MOSCOW, 16 MAYS, 2014)
Gvozdeva T.B.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):87-90
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(2):91-92
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