FOCUS ON RUSSIA Traditions and Innovations in the Development Policy of Rural Territories in Russia: The Potential of CossacksE. Morozova, I. Miroshnichenko Worldview Specifics of Supporters of the Western Path of Development for Russia in Mass Population StrataN. Tikhonova National Network of Academic Journals as a System: Problems Before and After SanctionsE. Semenov ESSAYS On […]
This article analyzes some aspects of civilizationism as a trend in the self-positioning strategies of several Asian states, notably China and India, as well as some other countries. Close attention is paid to the concept of the civilization state (CS), as distinct from the nation state (NS), where the former reveals the specific characteristics of the major non-Western states.
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This article notes that Washington and Tokyo intend to continue hindering Taiwan’s reunification with Mainland China, which would greatly strengthen Beijing’s position in the Pacific Ocean. Under the administration of President Donald Trump, the United States notably stepped up its support for Taiwan, in both expanding its official ties with Taipei and supplying it with American arms.
Russia and Brazil: A Friendship That Has Stood the Test of TimeS. Lavrov WORLD ISSUES BRICS as a Symbol of the New WorldA. Davydenko The Fate of the State in a Changing World (FREE content!)V. Yegorov Evolution of the World Order and Russia’s Ideas About the Outside WorldA. Bogaturov, O. Lebedeva Apocalypse of Our Time: […]
THE main phenomenon of the social mainstream is the institution of the state and its evolution (“shrinking”), associated with the increased activity of civil society and a reevaluation of the role of the market. Postmodernists have no faith in the future of the state. They presuppose that institutions of social organization will be replaced by […]
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Wars that are a continuation of politics by states have practically always been waged according to special rules of warfare, by a specially trained state organization: the army. Analysis of the international situation that has evolved lately shows that the military conflicts occurring in the world are fundamentally different from the classical war type. New-type conflicts lack the uniformity of organized force traditionally represented by the state. Instead, they feature nonstate entities as initiators of organized action and the employment of nonmilitary methods of confrontation along with traditional military methods.
“The West Wants to Eliminate Our Country as a Significant Geopolitical Competitor”S. Lavrov VIEWPOINT Incivility in Diplomacy as a Reflection of the Crisis in Foreign Policy CultureV. Chumakov WORLD ISSUES Emerging Contours of a New, Just World (FREE content!)B. Gryzlov, P. Frolov, V. Vanke Strategies Race Between Russia and the West: An Adaptability Test?A. Kramarenko […]
THIRTY-TWO years ago, an event took place that American political scientist Francis Fukuyama claimed marked the “end of history.” It was argued that the disappearance of the Soviet Union from the world political scene and the end of the Soviet socialist project meant that there was no socioeconomic alternative to a liberal capitalist world order […]