№ 4 (22), 2017

Academic journal “Eurasian Union: Issues of International Relations”. Volume 9, Issue 1 (31), 2020.

CONTENTS

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

  • Suleymanova Sh.S. Influence of Author's Journalism on the Modern Media Space
  • Pryakhin V.F. On God, on Soul, Coronavirus and Constitution. Philosophical Notes of a Political Scientist
  • Zhalnin V.A. Theoretical Tools for Analyzing State Policy in the Field of Education and Science as a Conflict of Group and Personal Interests

WORLD POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  • Ayupova Z.K., Kusainov D.U. Legal Grounds of Modern Migration Processes in the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Kiselev S.G. Eurasia is a Space of Geopolitical and Geo-Civilizational Confrontation
  • Hafizullah Jawad, Ahmad Favad Sediq Investigating Afghan-Egyptian Diplomatic Relations from Independence to the Present Day

Our authors № 1-2020

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.001

Sh.S. SULEYMANOVA Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Department of Public Relations and media policies of the Faculty of Journalism IGSU RANEPA under the President of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

INFLUENCE OF AUTHOR'S JOURNALISM ON THE MODERN MEDIA SPACE

The article discusses issues related to such new areas in modern media space as gonzo-journalism, its influence. Based on the history of the development of copyright journalism, a new concept is also revealed – a style called gonzo journalism. The author also analyzes the concepts – position, duty of a journalist and social responsibility.

Key words: journalism, influence, media space, author journalism, gonzo-journalism, position, social responsibility.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.002

V.F. PRYAKHIN D.Sc. (political science), Professor (International Relations Dept., RSHU), Professor (Diplomacy Dept., MGIMO-University), Moscow, Russia

ON GOD, ON SOUL, CORONAVIRUS AND CONSTITUTION. PHILOSOPHICAL NOTES OF A POLITICAL SCIENTIST

The discussion around the amendments to the Constitution revealed a number of gaps in our public consciousness. One such obvious gap is the lack of basic worldview guidelines. The concept of God is just such a basic guideline. Therefore, the proposal to mention God in the text of the Basic Law raised a number of questions that revealed a lack of public understanding of what, in fact, is being discussed.

This article contains an author's interpretation of the scientific political aspects of this topic in both national and global contexts.

Key words: God, worldview, idealism, materialism, positivism, religion, Constitution, politics, passionarity, spirituality, consumerism, new political thinking, globalization, global problems, pandemic.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.003

V.А. ZHALNIN Рost-graduate student, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

THEORETICAL TOOLS FOR ANALYZING STATE POLICY IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE AS A CONFLICT OF GROUP AND PERSONAL INTERESTS

The topic indicated in the title occupies one of the most important or probably the most important place in the structure and content of the views of the expert Russian community that wants to understand the actual situation in the field of education and science, and, of course, in the state educational policy. The importance of this topic becomes all the more obvious against the background of the expected economic crisis and perhaps the socio-political crisis, agitated and stimulated by the current pandemic. According to some views, the crisis violates basic human values and the harmony in the system of relations between people and the state, between the state and society. Within the state and society, even relations in the field of education and science are plunging into a state of crisis. In fact, the crisis underlines the weak ability of politicians and political structures, thinkers and theorists to moderate their ambitions and find ways to subordinate these very ambitions to the interests of the state, and attract the state to the protection with all its might of the interests of the society, including teachers, students, scientists, schools and universities. The article uses the example of acute and even irreconcilable theoretical disputes concerning the present and future of Russian education and science to describe the fundamental misconceptions of one and another group of experts on this subject.

Key words: state policy, state policy in the field of education and science, theories about education.

WORLD POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.004

Z.K. AYUPOVA Doctor of Sciences (law), Professor of the Kazakh National Agrarian University, Fulbright scholar of the US Government, Academician of the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences, Academician of the International Academy of Informatization, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

D.U. KUSAINOV Doctor of Sciences (philosophy), Professor of the Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abai, Academician of the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences, Academician of the International Academy of Informatization, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

LEGAL GROUNDS OF MODERN MIGRATION PROCESSES IN THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

In our state from the beginning of the development of sovereignty and independence harmonization of migratory processes behaves to one of the important directions of the policy of state and national safety. In accordance with the migration processes the legal frameworks of migratory legislation were formed and improved. The main purposes of the migratory policy of the country are the provision of the steady socio-economic and demographic development of our country, creation of all necessary terms for the realization of the rights for migrants, and also strengthening of the state security of the country. Modern Strategy of migratory politics defines the increasing integration of Kazakhstan into world cooperation of the country, determined by quality and quantity of the human potential in all the regions of the country.

Key words: migration, legal regulation, migratory politics, labour resources, diaspore, оralmans, repatriates, migratory streams.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.005

S.G. KISELEV Doctor of Рhilosophical Sciences, Professor of the Department of international security and foreign policy of Russia Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Professor, Department of Political Science, Institute of International Relations and Social and Political Sciences, MSLU, Professor of the Russian customs Academy, Moscow, Russia

EURASIA IS A SPACE OF GEOPOLITICAL AND GEO-CIVILIZATIONAL CONFRONTATION

The article considers the Eurasian space from the point of view of its unique geopolitical position in the context of global competitive confrontation; this position from the position of classical geopolitics is crucial in achieving world leadership. The author draws attention to the fact that the geopolitical, geostrategic and geocivilizational rivalry for control over Eurasia-the world's main geopolitical region – between the main global subjects of geopolitics has become more acute. The author justifies the expediency of strengthening Russia as the geopolitical center of the Eurasian space.

Key words: Eurasia, the Eurasian space, geopolitics, geo-political interests, geo-civilisations, geo-political control, expansion, competition, confrontation, geo-political and geo-civilizational issues.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.31.1.006

HAFIZULLAH JAWAD Lecturer Faculty of Law and Political Science, Herat University, Afghanistan, postgraduate student, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Herat, Afghanistan

AHMAD FAVAD SEDIQ Lecturer Faculty of Law and Political Science, Herat University, Herat, Afghanistan

INVESTIGATING AFGHAN-EGYPTIAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS FROM INDEPENDENCE TO THE PRESENT DAY

This article provides an overview of the 90 years of diplomatic relations between Afghanistan and Egypt since independence. The differences in the nature of these relations during the respective periods of the monarchy, republic, communists, Islamic, Taliban, and the current government are evaluated. The author seeks to clarify the dimensions of diplomatic relations by separating the different periods and why diplomatic relations have changed at different times.

Documents and evidence show that in the years before independence, Afghanistan could not establish relations with foreign governments due to lack of independent foreign policy. The post-independence years provided the opportunity for the Afghan government to establish diplomatic relations with various countries. Egypt was one of the countries that showed great interest in building diplomatic relations. Taking into account the interests of the Egyptian King and the King of Afghanistan, these relations began at1928. The Afghan Political Mission started in Egypt in the year 1930, and then under the leadership of Mohammad Zahir Shah, the mission was upgraded to the highest level. After the fall of the royal regime, relations between Egypt and Afghanistan were heavily influenced by the policies of the great powers. During the communist regime these relations were severed completely. During the Mujahidin’s rule, the relations between the two sides have been restored and continue to this day. We seek to understand the ups and downs of our relations between the two countries and to examine the consequences of severing diplomatic relations between the two countries. The author of this article also makes some suggestions in this regard.

Key words: Afghanistan, Egypt, Relationship, diplomatic, Amanullah Khan, Malik Fuad and Foreign policy.

OUR AUTHORS

AHMAD FAVAD SEDIQ – Lecturer Faculty of Law and Political Science, Herat University, Herat, Afghanistan.

AYUPOVA Z.K. – Doctor of Sciences (law), Professor of the Kazakh National Agrarian University, Fulbright scholar of the US Government, Academician of the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences, Academician of the International Academy of Informatization, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan.

HAFIZULLAH JAWAD – Lecturer Faculty of Law and Political Science, Herat University, Afghanistan, postgraduate student, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Herat, Afghanistan.

KISELEV S.G. – Doctor of Рhilosophical Sciences, Professor of the Department of international security and foreign policy of Russia Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Professor, Department of Political Science, Institute of International Relations and Social and Political Sciences, MSLU, Professor of the Russian customs Academy, Moscow, Russia.

KUSAINOV D.U. – Doctor of Sciences (philosophy), Professor of the Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abai, Academician of the Kazakhstan National Academy of Natural Sciences, Academician of the International Academy of Informatization, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan.

PRYAKHIN V.F. – D.Sc. (political science), Professor (International Relations Dept., RSHU), Professor (Diplomacy Dept., MGIMO-University), Moscow, Russia.

SULEYMANOVA Sh.S. – Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Department of Public Relations and media policies of the Faculty of Journalism IGSU RANEPA under the President of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.

ZHALNIN V.A. – Рost-graduate student, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

Academic journal “Eurasian Union: Issues of International Relations”. Volume 8, Issue 4 (30), 2019.

CONTENTS

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

  • Luzan A.A. On the Politics
  • Medvedev N.P. Political History of the 90's. Unsinkable Nomenclature
  • Кrasnov L.N. Ethno-linguistic Politics: Some Problems of Theory and Practice

WORLD POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  • Меdvedeva N.N. Strategic Directions for the Formation of the Image of the Russian Federation in the Context of Developing Relations with the European Union
  • Suleymen A.A. Theoretical Approaches to the Understanding of Eurasianism
  • Chan Hyu Than Anti-corruption Policy as a Factor of Political Stability in Vietnam Today
  • Beresnev R.A. Russia-Germany: what is New in Cooperation in Education and Science?

Our authors-4-2019

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.001

A.A. LUZAN Ph.D., Professor, Active Member of the Russian Academy of Political Science, Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Political Sciences, Slavyank, Ukraine

ON THE POLITICS

The article addresses the issue of policy. The author says that great-policy as such arises as foreign policy and is characterized by the fact that all strategic issues are decided by all adult members of the family, and tactical lyupe is decided by an elder or military leader, having consulted with the bearer of the cult. But real policy arises when the state arises as a domestic policy, as the coordination and realization of the interests of social groups of society. Politics as a power is concentrated in the state. Along with politics, there are two methods of governance of society – authoritarian and democratic, which personify in ancient Greece Sparta and Athens, and now Russia, China and the United States. But, the article says, there are no "methods" of governance of society.

Key words: politics, foreign policy, domestic policy, state, authoritarian method of governance of society, democratic method of governance of society.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.002

N.P. MEDVEDEV Doctor of Sciences (political sciences), Professor, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE 90'S. UNSINKABLE NOMENCLATURE

The article, based on memoirs related to the political history of the 90's, reveals the complex relations between the Kremlin Administration and the provincial authorities. The article analyzes complex and unsettled relations between officials of the Presidential Administration of Russia.

Key words: President of the Russian Federation, the Kremlin Administration, Head of the Department for work with territories, Presidents of national republics, old party nomenclature.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.003

L.N. КRASNOV Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Moscow, Russia

ETHNO-LINGUISTIC POLITICS: SOME PROBLEMS OF THEORY AND PRACTICE

The article analyzes theoretical foundations of ethno-linguistic politics. It examines the main sources of ethno-political conflicts and methods of their prevention. It discusses the difficulties of resolving such conflicts.

Key words: ethno-linguistic politics, ethno-political conflict, sources of conflict, methods of conflict prevention and resolution.

WORLD POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.004

N.N. МЕDVEDEVA Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Paris, France

STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS FOR THE FORMATION OF THE IMAGE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN THE CONTEXT OF DEVELOPING RELATIONS WITH THE EUROPEAN UNION

The article reveals the problems of the influence of the image of Russia on the different areas of cooperation between Russia and the European Union, as well as analyzes the differences between Russian and European political cultures that affect the country’s image. The author emphasizes the strategic importance of Russia's partnership with the EU and other European organizations. The article demonstrates the importance of democratic transformations in Russia and the convergence of European and Russian values as a link and foundation of political and economic partnership.

Key words: Russia's image, Russia's partnership with the European Union, pan-European culture, democratic transformations in Russia.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.005

А.А. SULEYMEN Рost-graduate working for the degree of the candidate of political sciences at the Chair of national and federative relations of the Institute of public service and management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Deputy Director of Keremet-trust2 LLP, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan

THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF EURASIANISM

The article summarizes the main approaches to the study of Eurasianism as one of the current geopolitical concepts at the present stage of development of states and attempts to systematize the ideas of the development of the concept of Eurasia from a historical perspective.

Key words: Eurasianism, concept of Eurasia, Russia and Kazakhstan, theory of ethno-genesis, integration processes, civilizations, ethnos.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.006

CHAN HYU THAN Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Socialist Republic of Vietnam

ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY AS A FACTOR OF POLITICAL STABILITY IN VIETNAM TODAY

The article analyzes current problems of the fight against corruption. The author describes the state policy of Vietnam aimed at elimination of corruption. He demonstrates that corruption is the main reason for the serious growth of violence and aggression in society.

Key words: corruption, public policy, Vietnam, political stability.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2020.30.4.007

R.A. BERESNEV master of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

RUSSIA-GERMANY: WHAT IS NEW IN COOPERATION IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE?

Two-thirds of the program of the Russian-German year of scientific and educational partnerships 2018-2020 has passed. It is already possible to say what has been accomplished, with what quality, and results. It is also worth pointing out which issues were and remain actual, which topics of this educational and scientific movement have ceased to be relevant, and which were in the spotlight, and why. The study of the topic of educational and scientific-technological cooperation between Russia and Germany is not only extensive, but voluminous in the number of scientific publications. But there are almost no works that describe reliable tools for a more balanced and thorough vision of how the development of scientific and educational communities of Russia and Germany is already in practice; where and how will this area be developing in future, if on this path will arise not only natural obstacles for this area of relations, difficulties of an academic nature, bureaucratic hindrance, but also political hitches do not weaken, but even increase. This article is devoted to the elimination of at least to a small extent a small share of knowledge on this topic. The analysis focuses on the joint efforts of Russia and Germany, scientists, researchers, teachers, administrators, who give an additional impetus to the fact that on a regular basis to hold meetings of Russian and German scientists, University professors. The article describes the activities carried out under the program of the Russian-German year of scientific and educational partnerships, analyzes the content, topics of such events, quantitative data. The authors propose a palette of assessments and opinions of participants of such events, both Russian and German scientific community, officials from both sides. Preliminary conclusions are made regarding the results of such events.

Key words: academic science of Russia and Germany, Russian-German forum of University science.

Academic journal “Eurasian Union: Issues of International Relations”. Volume 8, Issue 3 (29), 2019.

CONTENTS

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

  • Pryakhin V.F. Does Communism Have a Future as an Ideological Worls View? Does the World Need National Ideas?
  • Yavchunovskaya R.A. Crisis of Moral Culture of the Modern Society
  • Vinogradov V.V. Ukrainian Dichotomy: West and East in Electoral Cycles

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD POLICY

  • Gurinovich D.F. BRICS Role in the Eurasian Partnership
  • Evstigneeva E.Z. Specifics of Political Socialization in the Conditions of Instability of the Political System of the Republic of Moldova

REVIEWS

Slizovskiy D.E., Medvedev N.P. Aspects of Political Separatism. Reflections on the read

Our authors № 3-2019

POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.001

V.F. PRYAKHIN D.Sc. (political science), Professor (International Relations Dept., RSHU) Professor (Diplomacy Dept., MGIMO-University), Moscow, Russia

DOES COMMUNISM HAVE A FUTURE AS AN IDEOLOGICAL WORLS VIEW?

Does the world need national ideas?

The modern Western world boasts of its ideological vacuum. Deideologization is elevated t to the rank of top virtues in politics and political science. Pragmatism, focus on achieving specific goals and solving palpable practical problems are highlighted as main strategic priorities. The simple truth is ignored however that pragmatism, consumerism and things fetish are also varieties of ideology. But this ideology is amorphous. It doesn’t captain of a clear prospects for the development of the world and individual countries. These kind of ideologies lead to nowhere. And this nowhere in the nuclear cybernetic age means the “black hole” of our civilization.

This "black hole" can only be bypassed if there is a clear goal setting for building an integral world that unites people of different social strata, ethnic groups and faiths. Only n such goal setting can the bases for the much-needed democratic global governance. Forming such a worldview, the presented author considers, is impossible without the “work on mistakes” committed by he ideologists of the past and present. What are these errors and what are the ways to correct them?

Key words: ideology, worldview, global problems, global governance, consumerism, communism, fideism, itsism, passionarity, religion.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.002

R.A. YAVCHUNOVSKAYA Doctor of Political Science, Professor, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia

CRISIS OF MORAL CULTURE OF THE MODERN SOCIETY

In her article, the author analyzes the crisis that is going through modern society. The crisis, of course, is connected with the problems not only politics, economy, ecology, energy, etc., but also with the sphere of culture and morality. Even Berdyaev in his work “New middle ages” wrote, that “the crisis of modern culture began long ago. It was realized by the great artists. Wars, revolutions, external catastrophes only revealed outside the internal crisis of culture.”

Key words: culture, society, reforms, values, psychological warfare, information tools, politics.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.003

V.V. VINOGRADOV intern researcher, Center for Spatial Analysis of International Relations, Institute of International Studies, MGIMO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

UKRAINIAN DICHOTOMY: WEST AND EAST IN ELECTORAL CYCLES

The end of November 2013 is the most important date for the modern history of Ukraine, it was a trial to break through the current system and to quicken the integration with the EU. According to the original idea, the breakdown of the clan-oligarchic system and integration with European political and legal institutions should lead to rapid growth of the Ukrainian economy, as well as to its reorientation to Europe. But in 2019 it is clear that Euromaidan has not reached its original goals. It was nearly impossible to break the ties with Russia at least because of Ukraine’s gas dependence. Attempts to buy gas from Europe and the conflict between Naftogaz and Gazprom led to negative consequences for the country's energy security. European markets capacity can not be compared with the turnover with Russia, and the war in the Donbass deprived an important center of heavy industry and led to excessive spending on rearmament of the Ukrainian army. All this issues are reflected in the political program of the new president of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, who seeks to implement more pragmatic policy than his predecessor, Petro Poroshenko. Now the new president faces a very difficult task: the need to balance between the interests of his own country, creditors, Western allies and Russia (only cooperation with Russia can facilitate the crisis in eastern Ukraine). The extraordinary parliamentary elections scheduled in July 21, 2019, allowed the president to consolidate power in his hands, to get rid of supporters of Petro Poroshenko and his last leverages. The article is an attempt to analyze the electoral cycles of the parliamentary elections in Ukraine from the standpoint of the dichotomy of the West and the East.

Key words: Ukraine, electoral cycles, Euromaidan, Verkhovna Rada, dichotomy.

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND WORLD POLICY

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.004

D.F. GURINOVICH candidate of the Department of applied analysis of international problems MGIMO, Moscow, Russia

BRICS ROLE IN THE EURASIAN PARTNERSHIP

In the article the author analyzes the issues of partnership for effective, intensive and equal international cooperation not only in the interests of the member States of the Eurasian space, but also to ensure the maximum level of stability between the integration Association of the CIS countries with the countries of Eurasia. The author emphasizes that in the conditions of crisis of global projects, the importance of regional cooperation associated with competition and investment attractiveness, as well as with the goals of ensuring security and progressive, progressive development, is growing.

Key words: BRICS, Eurasia, partnership, cooperation, investment, competitiveness.

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.005

E.Z. EVSTIGNEEVA PhD student at the doctoral school of political science of the faculty of international relations, political and administrative sciences, Moldovan State University, Kishinev, Republic of Moldova

SPECIFICS OF POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF INSTABILITY OF THE POLITICAL SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

When changing types of political culture, certain difficulties arise are in transferring political experience in the modern political system of the Republic of Moldova. The methods of political socialization, in general, and the adaptation of youth to socio-political realities, in particular, are being transformed. The experience of previous generations is leveled and become an irrelevant element of political socialization. The possibility of transferring political experience from the older to the younger generation is a thing of the past. The knowledge acquired objectively becomes more significant elements of political socialization and, already the older generation receives the indicated from progressive youth. One of the fundamental goals for countries with an unstable political system is to create conditions for an effective and harmonious public dialogue between civil society and the state. Mediation practices are used as a formative system of such a dialogue.

Key words: political socialization process, political experience, political culture, mediation practices, civil society, state, youth policy.

REVIEWS

DOI 10.35775/PSI.2019.29.3.006

D.Е. SLIZOVSKIY Doctor of sciences (history), Professor, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

N.P. MEDVEDEV Doctor of sciences (political sciences), Professor Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

ASPECTS OF POLITICAL SEPARATISM. REFLECTIONS ON THE READ

In article under review the author describes the sources of modern political separatism. He analyzes its driving forces and their main resource opportunities. An attempt is made to assess the current situation, theoretical foundations of political separatism on the basis of recent years scientific literature. Exploring the main causes of separatism in Ukraine and in European countries the author is making some predictions about the possible scenarios of separatism settlement.

Key words: political separatism, the source of separatism, theoretical foundations of separatism, separatism in Ukraine, separatism in Europe, the forecast for political stability.

OUR AUTHORS

BERESNEV R.A. – Master of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

CHAN HYU THAN – Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

КRASNOV L.N. – Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Moscow, Russia.

LUZAN A.A. – Ph.D., Professor, Active Member of the Russian Academy of Political Science, Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Political Sciences, Slavyank, Ukraine.

MEDVEDEV N.P. – Doctor of Sciences (political sciences), Professor, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

МЕDVEDEVA N.N. – Candidate of Sciences (political sciences), Paris, France.

SULEYMEN A.A. – Post-graduate working for the degree of the candidate of political sciences at the Chair of national and federative relations of the Institute of public service and management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Deputy Director of Keremet-trust2 LLP, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan.

OUR AUTHORS

EVSTIGNEEVA E.Z. – PhD student at the doctoral school of political science of the faculty of international relations, political and administrative sciences, Moldovan State University, Kishinev, Republic of Moldova.

GURINOVICH D.F. – Candidate of the Department of applied analysis of international problems MGIMO, Moscow, Russia.

MEDVEDEV N.P. – Doctor of sciences (political sciences), Professor, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

PRYAKHIN V.F. – D.Sc. (political science), Professor (International Relations Dept., RSHU), Professor (Diplomacy Dept., MGIMO-University), Moscow, Russia.

SLIZOVSKIY D.E. – Doctor of sciences (history), Professor, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

VINOGRADOV V.V. – Intern researcher, Center for Spatial Analysis of International Relations, Institute of International Studies, MGIMO, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.

YAVCHUNOVSKAYA R.A. – Doctor of Political Science, Professor, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow, Russia.

   
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