No 1 (2013)

Articles
Towards the governing of global processes
Filimonov G.Y.
Abstract
The new system of global governance is built in accordance with network principle. The article contains analyzes of the “controlled chaos” phenomenon and its impact on the struggle for power in the world nowadays. The author believes that the processes of interdependence are forcing the world's elite to have supranational obligations.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):5-10
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2010 NATO Strategic Concept in the Context of Security Ensuring in Europe
Kurylev K.P., Kazanchev D.V.
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The analysis of key positions of the Lisbon Strategic concept of the North Atlantic Alliance accepted in 2010 has been made. The authors pay attention to the fact, that the new doctrine of the NATO urged to give the adequate answer to the threats which NATO-countries are faced. Authors believe that the development of the discussion about the European security shows that at present «the Big Europe», which main guarantor of safety is the NATO, isn't ready to involve Russia as the equal partner in the process of construction of one and indivisible, fair system of the European security.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):11-23
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The Role of the United States in Definition of Japan Military Doctrine 1945—2010
Evdokimov A.D.
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The article deals with the role of the United States in forming military doctrine of Japan from 1945 to 2010. The article also examined the influence of Samurai military tradition on military and ideological training of Japanese army and Navy since the late 19th to mid 20th century, the history of development of strategic relations between the United States and Japan after the Second World War in military, economic and political fields. Documents on political and economic development of Japan from 1945 to the present day have been explored; factors which have had a huge impact on the formation of a new military doctrine have been examined.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):24-27
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The Concept of Islamic State in Political Ideology and Program of Hizbullah
Berenkova N.A., Kornilov A.A.
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Hizbullah is an important actor both in the Lebanese politics and at the international arena of the Middle East. It evolved from a marginal military organization to a full-fledged political party. Since its inception Hizbullah employed the Ayatollah Khomeini’s concept of wilayat al-faqih and Islamic state as a cornerstone in its political ideology. From the early 1990s Hizbullah readjusted its policy by endeavoring to control the Lebanese politics through the gradual participation in political processes.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):28-33
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Nuclear Program of Iran: the Ideological Aspect
Nogmov A.M.
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On the basis of analysis of speeches and articles by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other official Iranian representatives the article studies the ideological motives and explanations of Iran’s realization of its own nuclear program.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):34-38
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The USSR in the foreign political doctrine and the practice of the American neoconservatives in 1950-s
Blokhin K.V.
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The article is dedicated to the analysis of the foreign policy visions of American neoconservatives of the 1950-s. Albert Wohlstetter, the head of Rand corporation, the representative of so called strategic neoconservatism, Jeane Kirkpatrick, the row of the right politicians, and Paul Nitze among them. The author of the article proves that P. Nitze conception NSC-68 is based on the neoconservative vision of the world development.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):39-44
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Role of the Russian Federation in the Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
Paronyan H.L.
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The article examines the role and the mediation efforts of Russian Federation, aimed at the settlement of the Karabakh conflict, as well as the activity of the OSCE Minsk group (today that is Russia, the United States and France), engaged in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in 1992. In the conditions of intransigence of positions between conflicting parties, international mediation acquires particular significance in the settlement of the conflict. In opinion of both Armenian and Russian sides, the format of OSCE Minsk group is mostly responsible for the further settlement of the Karabakh conflict.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):45-53
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Genesis of China's Relations with Central Asia in Pre-Mongol Period
Barinova E.B.
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The article is devoted to the forming and development of international relations between China and Central Asia in the pre-Mongol period. Since ancient times, the foreign relations of China depended on government policy. In the Middle Ages was dominated by the principles of relations based on mutually beneficial trade cooperation.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):54-62
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Japan and China in Southeast Asia: Political Dimension
Martynova E.S.
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The article is focused on the research of the policy of Japan and China in Southeast Asia at the present stage. The paper analyses the process of establishment and subsequent development of the “ASEAN Plus Three” (APT) framework, which includes ten countries of ASEAN and the three Northeast Asian states of China, Japan and South Korea. “ASEAN Plus Three” might serve as catalyst for the processes of economic and political integration in East Asia. The rivalry of China and Japan is a major constraint to the development of integration structures. Our analysis suggests that China is the regional leader in East and Southeast Asia at the moment.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):63-73
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Chinese Banks on the New Stage of Economic Development
Zhang Qian -.
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The article is a survey on the role of Chinese banks in the modernization of the economy and countervailing the global financial and trade crises in 2008—2009. Through the analysis of indicators of economic growth, inflation and banking rates the author draws a conclusion on the beginning of an upward trend in China’s economy.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):74-83
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Contemporary Scientific and Technical Cooperation between China and France
Narbut A.N.
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The article addresses current scientific and technical cooperation between China and France. The time period covered is the early 2000s until the present day.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):84-97
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Turkey's Position on the Conflict Surrounding the Iraq Crisis 2003, and the Activation of the Different Areas of the Turkish-Iraqi Relations after the War in Iraq
Saloum Hossam Eddin -.
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Author analyzes the position of the Turkish Republic during the crisis of the Iraq war in 2003, and the impact of this crisis in the formation of domestic and foreign policy of the country, And shows how the strategic ally of Turkey, the United States of America took a number of contradictory positions about the Kurdish problem, And shows also the impact of this crisis in the construction of the Greater Middle East, in addition to the impact of the crisis on Turkey's policy in its relations with Iraq and the Middle East.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):98-106
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India’s Experience: Innovation Oriented Economy
Konovalova Y.A.
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Under the conditions of tough competition and complicated economic situation, transition of the economy to the innovative social oriented model of development is of the ways to achieve the goal of different strategies of the economy development. In spite of a lot of various opinions, BRICS can determine the «face» of the world in future and in some degree it depends on innovative type of development. India announced current decade as the decade of innovation, which is oriented to stimulation of economic growth.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):107-113
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Political Views of Karl Jaspers in the Context of the World Unanimity Concept
Ktzoeva S.G.
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The article is dedicated to the analysis of political views of Karl Jaspers, famous German existentialist of the XXth century. His historical concept based on traditional for Russians approach of line and advanced development of the world history is the most popular in Russia. In European discourse Jaspers is represented as the first theoretician proved the idea of globalization. His political views were formed under the influence of the two world wars.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):114-120
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Stages of Development of the Theory of Public Sector
Peskova O.S.
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Strengthening of general integration, interdependence at all levels: world, regional and individual shows new public requirements and, as a result, problems, contradictions in which permission the defining role is allocated for the sphere of production of the public benefits. It should be noted that still there is no uniform, officially approved classification of the public benefits which most fully would meet requirements of researches in this sector of economy.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):121-128
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Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2013;(1):129-130
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