No 1 (2009)

Articles
Concept Basis of the Future: from Balance of Force to the Harmonization of the National Interests, Rational Consumption and Stable World Development
Denisenko V.S.
Abstract
The article focuses on the problems of global governance reforming and formation of the new system of international relations. World can exist exactly under the conditions of global security on each level.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):5-17
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Main Directions of International Ecological and Juridical Problem Solutions in the Black Sea Basin
Pavlov I.E.
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Oceans and seas play an important role in countries and peoples lives, influence on the development and cooperation among them. Stable development of the Black Sea countries must be based on international law norms and ecological standards.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):18-23
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Institutional Basis of States Interaction on Ecological Problems Solution
Sylvestre Emane Nssoukui -.
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The article focuses on the problems of institutional basis of states' interaction on ecological problems solutions. The author examines the institutional forms of cooperation, representing in the activities of special organizations and governmental structures.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):24-31
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Aerospace in Modern Russian-American Relations
Savoyskiy A.G.
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The article focuses on aerospace in Russian-American relations. Cooperation between Russian Federal Space Agency and U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, activity of joint ventures, principles of U.S. and Russian National Space Policy, directions of cooperation, perspectives of relationship between Russian and American companies at aerospace are the main questions of this article.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):32-37
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The Treaty of Lisbon: Focal Points
Katrandjiev V.
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On 13 December 2007, the Heads of State and Government of the European Union signed the Treaty of Lisbon. Also known as the reform treaty, the document aims to pull the Union out of the institutional stalemate. It is obvious that a European Union of 27 countries with a total population of nearly 500 million cannot function effectively upon the legal foundations designed for a Union of 10 or 15 member-states.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):38-45
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Difficulties on Turkey Joining to EU
Gadjiev А.G.
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The article focuses on the analyses of the EU countries positions about Turkey joining to the European Union. Religious factor, as well as social, political and economic difficulties, impedes Turkey to join the EU.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):46-52
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Saudi Arabia Policy after the Iraq War
Salum Hossam Eddin -.
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The author analyses Saudi Arabia position in the conflict on the Middle East, examines the influence of this conflict on the formation of the country's domestic and foreign policy.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):53-61
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From the History of Relations between Cuba and Mexico at the end of the XXth and the beginning of the XXIst Centuries
Saribekova S.V.
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The article considers the reasons of worsening in traditionally and friendly relations between Cuba and Mexico, which began to appear from the end of the 70s in the 20th century. The negative tendencies in bilateral relations were the result of Mexico entry into SAFTA in 1994.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):62-67
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2008 EVENTS: view from Russia
Andreeva S.A.
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Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):68-72
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The authors
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Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2009;(1):73-73
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