No 3 (2015)

Articles
“MARBURG PLAN” AND TROTSKYISM AS INSTRUMENTS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL LIBERALISM IN RUSSIA
Voronin S.A.
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The author reveals the mechanisms of formation of the Anglo-Saxon project as the chief conductor and tools to support the interests of the world's financial elite. The foundation of building a new world order at the beginning of the XX century was the creation of the Federal Reserve System and the birth of the so-called “Plan of Marburg”. The author draws attention to the close cooperation of the revolutionary Leon Trotsky and prominent apologists “Plan of Marburg”.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):7-17
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JESUIT ENTERPRISESAS THE ECONOMIC FOUNDATION OF THE STATE OF CHRISTIAN VALUES (ECUADOR, XVII-XVIII CENT.)
Galibina-Lebedeva E.S.
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The article is devoted to one and the most interesting and controversial Catholic monastic orders - Society of Jesus. This article will attempt to prove that contrary to popular belief, the ultimate goal of the Jesuits in Latin America in the XVII-XVIII centuries was not enriched but construction of its own state. On the basis of Jesuits enterprise’s economic activity analysis, the author will attempt to prove that the Jesuits, without realizing it, began to use all kinds of work organization such as feudal and, most interestingly, communist, what their encourage the Inca empire experience.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):18-29
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THE INCREASE OF THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY IN INDIA AND HINDUTVA
Solodkova O.L.
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India have enacted laws to restrict religious conversions low castes convert from Hinduism, the laws reinforce existing social categories by making it harder for people to change their identities. The renewed attention to conversion in India in the last decade coincided with the political ascendance of Hindu nationalism, including the rise of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Leaders of this Hindu-nationalist political party and several related organizations regularly make statements against conversion in this Hindu-majority but multi-religious country.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):30-39
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THE STATUS OF CHRISTIANS WITHIN THE FATIMID EGYPT (10-12 CENTURIES)
Krasulin S.
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The article concerns social and jural status of Christian population within the Fatimid Egypt. The author also makes an attempt to give a periodization of this historical stage from the point of view of Christian`s status. A special attention is directed to the reigning era of al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah and his tough islamization policies, which struck harshly against the Christian`s positions in Egypt and fundamentally reshaped a confessional map of the country.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):40-48
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EXTERNAL FACTOR AS A CAUSE OF INEFFICIENCY IN THE CONFLICT RESOLUTION OF DARFUR
Rowllings T.J.
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The article analyses the ethno-political conflict in Darfur (Sudan) that began in 2003 between the Arab armed militia of central Sudanese government known as Janjawid, and the two popular rebel groups of Darfur namely “Sudan People Liberation Army’’, and “Justice Equality Movement’’. Article analyses the causes of African Union difficulties for the peace process in the western region of Sudan, a special attention is given to the influence of external factors on the conflict settlement, namely the confrontation between the United States and China over access to natural resources, and different political crises between Sudan and Chad because of their supports to the rebel groups of Darfur and in the eastern region of Chad. Article analyses how these external factors influence on peace process in Darfur and can also be perceived as the difficulties of African Union in Darfur.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):49-57
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ABOUT OF SOVIET-FRENCH COOPERATION DURING THE WORLD WAR II
Ponomarenko L.V., Ponca T.I.
Abstract
In the run-up to the 70 anniversary of the Victory of the anti-Hitlerite coalition countries over fascist Germany attempts "to rewrite" history, to belittle a role and USSR value in achievement of the Victory. Article describes the USSR role in formation of France as member of the anti-Hitlerite coalition and the winner country of fascism after defeating by Germany. The compromise policy of the France leadership on the eve of World War II concerning Hitlerite Germany is underlining. Refusal of France in signing of the defensive contract with the USSR is noted, therefore France in 1940 was occupied by fascist troops. Formation of French resistance - occupation patriots is considering. The help of the USSR to the movement "Free France" headed by the general Ch. de Gaulle is emphasized. These efforts allowed France to become one of the winner countries of fascism.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):58-69
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THE UPRISING IN POLAND 1830-1831 AND DIPLOMACY OF RUSSIA AND FRANCE
Jidkova O.V.
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This article discusses the influence of the Polish national liberation movement on relations between Russia and France in the early 30-ies of the XIX century.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):70-78
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LYUDMILA VASILYEVNA PONOMARENKO. SKETCHES FOR THE PORTRAIT
Zueva E.G.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):79-85
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ACADEMIC CONFERENCE «AUTARCHY AND POLITICAL INTEGRATION: FROM ANCIENT TIMES TO OUR DAYS» (Moscow, 15 Mays, 2015)
Gvozdeva T.B.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):86-89
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70 TH ANNIVERSARY OF OF THE GREAT VICTORY. THE BIG LIE ABOUT THE WAR: THE QUESTION OF THE FALSIFIERS OF HISTORY
Yakemenko B.G.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):90-93
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2015;(3):94-95
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