INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Russia and Europe: Topical Issues in Contemporary International Journalism V. Sergeyev, T. Naumova, Jan Čarnogurský, A. Bikantov, Andrei Richter, Peter Dunai, A. Oganesyan, John Nomikos, Pal Tamas, Tiberio Graziani, Shekerinka Ivanovska, Ian Campbell, Anis Bajrektarevic, I. Pashinyan, V. Bachishin, M. Mokhovikova, S. Keller, A. Zabrodin, Gabor Stier, Chavdar Minchev, V. Charsky, Ján Ďurník, […]
CHINA became a defining topic of Donald Trump’s election campaign since it was closely associated with the basic elements of both his foreign and domestic policy. Whether directly or indirectly, China affected globalization, its pluses, and minuses for America, U.S. jobs and industry, the conditions of American business’s competition on both the domestic and foreign […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY The Friction and Wear and Tear of Hybrid Warfare A.A. Bartosh Global Monitoring of Outer Space as a Major Trend in Ensuring Russia’s Military Security in Aerospace A.N. Kalyuta The Role of the Navy in Providing Security for Merchant Shipping in Pirate-Infested Areas of the World Ocean V.V. Molochny, A.G. Lupinovich, A.A. […]
This paper shows the structure and operational schema of a space monitoring system. It outlines the ways to improve the existing weapons and create advanced items intended for solving tasks of outer space monitoring.
Jointly with Qinxian County Museum of Cultural Relics, Shanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology conducted a rescue excavation of a brick chamber tomb (numbered Tomb M1) at Shangzhuang Village, Zhangyuan Town, Qinxian County, Shanxi Province, in June 2015 (Figure 1). The tomb is located on a hillside that is higher in the west and lower in the east. At the time of excavation, the northwest corner of the tomb top has been destroyed. The brick carvings on the walls of the tomb are well preserved. Below is a brief report of the excavation.
WORLD ISSUES Superpower Status: An Outgoing Phenomenon in the 21st Century? K. Gajiev Trumpism and International Relations: At the Threshold of Deideologization E. Solovyev Jamaica in the Bundestag? N. Platoshkin The Minsk Process and the Settlement of the Ukraine Conflict: Dances of Interests V. Pogodina Russia’s Position on Territorial Conflicts in East Asia D. Streltsov […]
RUSSIA’S POSITION on territorial and border conflicts in East Asia arouses great interest. Most of these conflicts have deep roots in and are consequences of the Cold War, primarily stemming from legal gaps in the system of interstate borders that is based on the San Francisco Peace Treaty. These conflicts include disputes over the South […]
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF INTERVIEWS “The U.S. Is Less and Less Inclined to Look for Compromise”S. Ryabkov Energy as a Field of Fierce CompetitionYu. Shafranik “We Did Not Have Tornadoes or Typhoons”A. Kokorin WORLD ISSUES NATO: An Informal Summit or a New Format?D. Danilov Key Characteristics of the International Trading System and Prospects for Trade between Russia and […]
Armen Oganesyan, Editor-in-Chief, International Affairs: Alexey Olegovich, these days everything related to the weather and climate change is of special interest to us and the world at large. The reason for this is natural disasters that are uncharacteristic of the region: tornadoes, typhoons, hurricanes, and tropical storms. What is going on? A. Kokorin: I will […]
GEOPOLITICS AND SECURITY Irregular Migration: Challenges and Threats to Security on the European Continent A.A. Mikhlin National Security as a Subject for Interdisciplinary Research: A Sociopolitical Approach S.N. Pershutkin MILITARY ART Combat Employment of EW Forces as an Element of the Ground Forces Operations Yu.I. Lastochkin, Yu.L. Koziratsky, Yu.Ye. Donskov, P.L. Mororescu On Basic Elements […]