No 2 (2014)

Articles
Vasiliy Mitrofanovich Zabolotnyy (13.01.1950 - 26.02.2014)
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):5-6
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RASShIRENIE NATO NA VOSTOK. TsELYaTSYa V UKRAINU, A POPADAYuT V ROSSIYu
Voronin S.A.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):7-10
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THE NEW IDEOLOGY OF THE CANADIAN CONSERVATIVES DURING THE GENERAL ELECTION OF 2004: THE MODIFIED PARTY ON THE ROAD TO VICTORY
Komarov A.N.
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This article is to present the participation of the Conservative Party of Canada in the General Election of 2004. First time, after the long break, the Conservatives broke the tendency of regional voting in Canada, and became the national party, which communicated the interests not only Canadian West voters, but Ontario and Quebec electorate as well. This was the first step to the election victory of Conservatives in 2006, when Steven Harper formed the minority government.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):11-22
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FRANCO'S SPAIN SOCIAL-POLITICAL EVOLUTION AS THE FOUNDATION OF SPANISH TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY BETWEEN 1975 AND 1982
Glazov A.A.
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The author of the article brings up the subject of the Spanish democratization between 1975 and 1982. Searching Francoist Spain post-war evolution features, he answers the question: how was it made possible, that the country, survived 36 years of bloody Franco's rule, in the shortest possible time carried out the democratization, based on national consent.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):23-29
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SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1244 AS A POSSIBLE BASIS FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF THE KOSOVO CRISIS
Anashkina A.G.
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The article is devoted to Resolution 1244, one of the most important documents of the Security Council of the United Nations which was adopted in 1999 to resolve the crisis in Kosovo. The author analyzes different views on Resolution in scientific literature and expresses her assessment of the document’s content and its role in the settlement of the regional conflict. In author’s opinion, the resolution сould become a possible basis for normalization of the situation in Kosovo if the modern world order were not unipolar.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):30-36
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THE SITUATION IN TIBET IN THE 1950S: POLICY OF MAO ZEDONG AND THE DALAI LAMA
Rui Z.
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In the article on the basis of documents and memoirs, as well as using the literature, which deals with an important moment in the history of modern China, the author studies the events in the middle of the last century that led to the PLA troops entering Tibet, and opinions of PRC Chairman Mao Zedong and the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. There also are studied the situation in Tibet, the actions of the Chinese and Tibetan leaders, the reasons for the flight of the Dalai Lama to India in 1959.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):37-46
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FEATURES OF THE CHINESE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE XX TH CENTURY: HISTORIOGRAPHICAL VIEW OF CONTEMPORARY CHINESE RESEARCHERS
Kornoukhova G.G., Lukovkina E.S.
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The question about legality of existence existing in Chinese historiography of the provisions of national specificity of the Chinese feminism is determined in this article. The thickening of disclosed features of the Chinese women's stir (confronting with Western European feminism) in source with a list of women's stir features in Soviet Russia in the 1920s and also the Stalinism epoch led to match the identified content. The final result translates «unique» in category «general» typical for gender history of two socialist States in considered period.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):47-57
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FRENCH AND RUSSIAN EXPLORERS IN EGYPT AT THE END OF XVIII - EARLY XIX CENTURIES
Aksenova A.A.
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Article deals with the problem of forming the image of the East between Russian and French explorers in the late XVIII - early XIX centuries. The author examines the most famous works of explorers during this period, with accent on mission goals, the key insights in exploration of Egypt, which have focused by explorers and influenced the formation of the image, the general ideas of the history of ancient Egypt. The article analyzes the reasons for the growing interest in Egypt and its history as well as its role in the foreign policy of France and Russia.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):58-65
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PANATHENAIC PEPLOS IN TNE FRIEZE PARTHENON
Gvozdeva T.B.
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Panathenaic procession east frieze of the Parthenon is problems of interpretation. This procession moves on the east frieze into the presence of an assembly of seated gods, the twelve Olympians. In the midst of the gods is a group of five human-sized figures engaged in the prosaic task of folding a piece of cloth. Because this scene holds the most prominent place on the frieze, the cloth is surely the peplos presented to Athena, albeit to her cult statue housed in another temple, the Erechtheion. While the priest, the archon Basileus, folds the robe with the help of a young assistant, possibly one of the arrephoroi, the priestess of Athena Polias is receiving two diphrophoroi, or stool-bearers.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):66-78
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SOME TYPES OF SCULPTURAL IMAGES OF THE MAYA AND THEIR COMMUNICATIVE CHARACTER
Pyshnova S.L.
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Article is devoted to sculptural images of the Maya and their value for understanding of outlook of these people. The sculpture of the Maya is deeply symbolical, its symbols are religious. It bears information on religion, representations on afterlife of the Maya, and also on features of their historical development. It is confirmation of that in ancient art the semiotics prevails over an esthetics.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):79-88
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FROM FOOTBINDING TO HIGH HEEL SHOES: TRANSFORMATION OF THE APPEARANCE OF THE SHANGHAINESE WOMEN IN THE FIRST HALF OF XX CENTURY
Kupriyanova Y.A.
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The article considers changes in the appearance of women in Shanghai during 1911-1949 years, closely related to the new social concepts and promotion of urban culture. The study examines the process of rejection from the traditional custom of young girl’s footbinding, started from the late XIX century. The author logically reveals the main stages of transformation of women clothing elements from the miniature embroidered shoes to the first high heel shoes appeared in 1920-s. Together with the consideration of attributes of “new women's” fashion author shows the major social processes that had an impact on urban female style.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):89-102
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RUSSIAN GERMANS IN ORENBURG REGION: RELATED TO MIGRATION (ON MATERIALS OF ETHNOSOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH)
Tolmacheva A.Y.
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Article is based on ethno-sociological survey conducted by the author in the Orenburg region in 2010-2013. Its task was to study purpose representatives of German nationality to migrate to Germany. This study is relevant at the present stage, as begun in the 1990s departure of the Germans from the region do not stop until today.
RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):103-109
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REVIEW: «MIDDLE EAST, ARAB AWAKENING AND RUSSIA: WHAT’S NEXT?» (M., 2012)
Kudelin A.A.
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):110-114
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RUDN Journal of World History. 2014;(2):115-116
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