No 3 (2011)

Articles
Editor's note
Tsvyk V.A.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):5-5
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«Informe sobre la Ley Agraria» of the Spanish Enlightener Gaspar de Jovellanos
Volosyuk O.V.
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The article deals with Jovellanos' economic views which were close to the physiocrats and the views of Adam Smith. The best example is the «Report on the Agrarian Law» and it is Jovellanos' most extensive work on economical theory and practice, on agricultural and economic development of the country.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):6-24
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Sukhaya Termista I Bronze Age graves: a case study of cultural, physical anthropological and paleobotanical characteristics
Omelchenko I.S., Kazarnitsky A.A.
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This paper presents the results of the excavation of Sukhaya Termista I burial ground located in the Rostov region of the Southern Russia. The features of the burial rite and funeral goods including remains of plants (phytoliths and pollen), physical anthropological characteristics of human remains and radiocarbon dates allow evaluate three Bronze Age groups of population, i.e. Yamnaya, Catacomb and Srubnaya cultures, bearers of which exploited the area and left many kurgans.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):25-46
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Political and Economic Role of the Ulama in the 17th and 18th Century
Kudelin A.A.
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The article deals with political and social role of ulama in Ottoman Egypt. The author makes a short review of historiography and analyses different points of view on the ulama and the grade of their participation in the political life of Egypt. Another problem which the article deals with is the influence of political elite on the interior of ulamas society. Also the article deals with the struggle for the place of nakib al-ashraf of Egypt.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):47-62
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The Boer War 1899-1902: the Beginning of Decline of the British Empire
Zabolotny V.M.
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The article analyses the Boer War 1899-1902 and its impact on the decline of the British Empire. This War played an important role in the History of the British Empire and mostly determined its final disintegration. This war demanded a huge financial expenditure and aroused a wave of indignation throughout Europe. Even many Englishmen considered this war as a defeat.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):63-73
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Alexander Ionin - the first Russian Historian of Argentina
Kazakov V.P.
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This article is dedicated to the study of the views of Alexander Ionin, who was not only the first Russian ambassador in Argentina, but also the first historian of this country. His concepts on Argentine history differed in some aspects from those espoused by the Argentine historians.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):74-80
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The System of Ideological Training of Japanese Soldiers in the 30-40s of the 20th Сentury
Evdokimov A.D.
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This article deals with the ideological bases of the Japanese soldiers from the 30s of the XXth century until the end of World War II. The article considers the education of Japanese soldiers and officers, the social hierarchy in the armed forces of Japan, the attitude towards life and death, the attitude to an armed enemy, to a prisoner of war and civilian population in occupied territories.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):81-89
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Pages from the life of the Universal History Department: A. Iskenderov - the Head of the Department (1972-1997)
Kudelin A.A., Zueva E.G., Solodkova O.L.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):90-103
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2011;(3):104-104
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