No 3 (2012)

Articles
Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Nuclear Program of the DPRK
Park Sang Hoon -.

Abstract

The article analyzes the contemporary aspects of the nuclear weapon nonproliferation issue as exemplified by the international approaches to the DPRK nuclear weapons program, as well as the international community efforts to resolve it, in particular via the Six-Party Talks.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):5-13
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Financial and Economic Crises as an Instrument of Realization of the USA Geopolitical Interests
Filimonov G.Y., Tsaturyan S.A.

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The article deals with financial and economic crisis, projected by American financial aristocracy to optimize global processes management. Here is the analysis of the way crisis effects global agenda. The article also describes the history of the US Federal Reserve creation and the US economic influence upon the world order. The authors declare that crisis reinforces US role in modern world policy and weakens national governments depending on US dollar incomes.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):14-22
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Asian Immigration and Ethnicity of Employees in Information Technology Industry in the United States
Теn V.А.

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The paper considers high employment of Asian migrants in the field of information computer technology in the U.S. It is higher than Asian share in the population and labor force of the USA and the representation of other basic ethnic minorities in IT, as well as the remuneration of their labor. The author points out the IT occupations with the high share of Asian immigrants and names the countries of their origin.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):23-25
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Prospects of Renewable Energies Evolution in the Context of EU Energy Policy
Amel Ghediri -.

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Generally, EU countries are not provided with sufficient amount of energy resources to satisfy an internal energy demand. According to this, such issues as country's energy security, usage of new energy sources, its economy and environmental consequences of irrational use of energy resources are becoming more acute. The article is devoted to various kinds of alternative energy sources, in particular, "green energy" and the issue of increasing use of renewable energy sources. The main goal of the publication is to analyze the energy policy of the EU countries, the expansion of renewable energy potential as the most energy-efficient sources.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):26-32
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The Dartmouth Dialog: the First Steps of Informal Soviet-American Diplomacy
Moskovsky M.A.

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The article deals with little known episodes of the informal Soviet-American Dartmouth dialog during the period of the Cold War. The potential of this channel of information exchange and its role in the Cuban missile crisis and in the signing of Limited Test Ban Treaty on August 5, 1963 are analyzed.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):33-47
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Prospects of Turkey Entrance in the EU and Russia
Gadjiev A.G.

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This article examines features of Turkeys' relations with the European Union and the impact of these relations on the development of Turkish-Russian cooperation in various fields. Conducted in Turkey, the reforms necessary for EU accession, to a certain extent improve the domestic economic situation in the country and strengthen democratic reforms. This is useful not only for Turkey but also for countries who establishes close contacts with Turkey, including Russia.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):48-53
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Diplomatic Service of Brazil
Borzova A.Y.

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The article deals with establishing and developing of Itamaraty - Brazil's Foreign Service. The basic reform has changed the ministry's structure due to new foreign policy guidelines of Brazil. The special attention is paid to contemporary problems of the Brazilian diplomatic service, the most complex and extensive in Latin America.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):54-70
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Peculiarities of Great Britain's Participation in the European Integration
Yanshina I.V.

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The author analyzes the evolution of the Great Britain's approach to the integration processes in Europe, demonstrates the dual nature of it's policy as regards those processes and makes an attempt to reveal what lies at the basis of the UK's «European policy».
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):71-78
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The Struggle for Morocco between Great Powers during the First Moroccan Crisis 1905
Derbitskaya K.Y.

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The article deals with the struggle of Great Britain, Germany, France and Spain for Morocco during the First Moroccan Crisis 1905, which is considered to be the first example of huge confrontation of Great powers for sultanate. The author singles out the internal critical phases, evaluates the results of the Conference of Algeciras for conflicting sides, and also parallels the local and European level of mutual relations between interested powers. The author gives special consideration to the role of Moroccan factor in the process of polarization of the system of international relations before the First World War.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):79-92
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Towards the Role of Armed Forces in Political Process in Turkey and Pakistan
Turovskaya A.A.

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Despite of common processes of world democratization the military-civic relations gain urgent actuality. The article deals with the analysis of the role of armed forces as a specific factor in Eastern countries, where coup has taken place (Thailand, Philippines, Pakistan, Turkey, Egypt, Sudan, Alger, Indonesia, Madagascar, Nigeria etc.).
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):93-100
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Specific Features in Kazakhstan Economic Development: before and after the Crisis Phenomena
Akbergenova D.A.

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The article represents the analysis of the done and forthcoming work on overcoming of structural crisis in Kazakhstan Republic. The basic stages of formation and development of economic process are characterized.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):101-111
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Forms and Methods of Chinese Students Attracting to Study in the USA and the Great Britain
Belchenko A.S., Teplov A.V.

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The article considers Chinese policy of sending students to study in the US and the Great Britain. Chinese government and its educational system, exchange and cooperation with European countries and the US has made steady and smooth progress with expanding scale, diversifying forms, enriching content and improving quality. Chinese students, studying in the US, provide China's modernization, develop exchange and cooperation between the Chinese educational community and other parts of the world, promote education, culture, science and technology, and strengthen understanding and friendship among people. This policy provides valuable opportunities for young people from China and the United States to build ties for better understanding, so as to enhance friendship between the two nations.
Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):112-123
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The authors
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Vestnik RUDN. International Relations. 2012;(3):124-125
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