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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 […]
As a result of the “shale revolution,” the U.S. could emerge as a liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter. APR countries, major LNG importers − Japan and South Korea included, became a premium market for its commercialization. Due to economic factors of U.S. LNG projects, the U.S. has determined the trend of LNG trade development in the region, and its political leaders intend to use the exports for providing “energy dominance” of the U.S. The aim of this article is to appreciate the prospects of transforming LNG exports into a tool of economic and political influence of the U.S. in the APR.
This article examines the history of relations between Russian and Chinese theater. Features of the two countries’ intercultural interaction are highlighted. The author presents a detailed chronicle of presentations of Russian and Soviet classics on the Chinese stage. Special attention is given to the ties between the Russian Far East theater troupes and their Chinese counterparts.
Xinhua: China creates national administration of disease prevention and control, with five major functions including formulating policies for the prevention and control of infectious diseases
FOCUS ON RUSSIA Archaic Paternalism as an Organic Part of the “Power-Property” SystemN. Pliskevich Income Stratification in Russia in Comparison with Other CountriesN. Tikhonova Departures from the Civil Nation in Russia and in the West: Similarities and DifferencesE. Pain, S. Fedyunin ESSAYS Historical-Scientific Reconstructions: Pluralism and Cumulative Continuity in the Development of Scientific KnowledgeV. Stepin […]
THE RUSSIAN-CHINESE FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION Russia-China Friendship Association Turns 60V. Putin Congratulatory Message from Xi Jinping on the Occasion of the Russia-China Friendship Association’s 60th Anniversary Xi Jinping Russia-China Friendship Association: Sixty YearsG.V. Kulikova ECONOMICS Economic Activity of Chinese Living in Countries along the 21st Century Maritime Silk RoadA.V. Afonasyeva Food Security in China and Russia’s Agricultural […]
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.