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SOCIETY AND REFORMS Perceptions of Fairness and Economic Inequality in a Comparative Cross-National ContextA. Andreyenkov Socially Responsible Consumption in Russia: Factors and Development Potential of Market-oriented and Non-market PracticesM. Shabanova INCOME STRATIFICATION OF SOCIETY The Risks of Reduced Welfare of the Population: Stratification AnalysisYe. Avraamova LEGAL AWARENESS IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA Social Empathy in the Legal […]
ROUND TABLE Round Table at the Far Eastern Affairs Editorial Office on the Preparations for the CPC 19th CongressYe. Khazanov POLITICS Outlook for US Policy in Relations with China and RussiaYu. Morozov Results of the Russia-India-China Forum in New Delhi, and Current Tasks of the RIC FormatS. Uyanayev ECONOMICS Certain Aspects of China’s History and […]
MILITARY ART Using Airborne Forces O.S. Tanenya, V.N. Uryupin Using Control Disorganization to Inflict Utter Defeat on the Adversary S.I. Pasichnik Developing a Cross-Service Strike- and Fire-Capable Reconnaissance System to Increase Fire Efficiency O.V. Sayapin, O.V. Tikhanychev, N.A. Chernov Fighting Piracy on the World Ocean: Goals and Methods Ye.I Irza The Black Sea Fleet: A […]
The author reviews the issue of fighting piracy on the main navigable waterways on the World Ocean. He offers tactical methods and techniques to counter pirates’ actions, as well as measures for preparing Russia’s Navy warships to resolve tasks of protecting navigation from pirates.
THE 95TH ANNIVERSARY OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Sergey Lavrov’s Congratulatory Message The 25th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations With the Central Asian Countries S. Lavrov WORLD ISSUES Overcoming Uncertainty: Russia’s New Foreign Policy ConceptV. Kuznechevsky Who Needs a Strong UN Secretary-General? Antonio Guterres and Mission Impossible A. Gorelik NATO: Trump’s BurdenD. Danilov Germany in the Post-Soviet SpaceB. […]
U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP has inherited large strategic and tactical nuclear arsenals from his predecessor, Barack Obama, and a strategy of “unconditional offensive nuclear deterrence,” which allows for the possibility of a preemptive nuclear strike against practically any country that is not an ally, friend or partner of the United States. The Rich Legacy AS […]
December 11, 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of China becoming a member of the World Trade Organization. According to the Chinese, this date is grounds for automatically granting China the status of a country with a market economy. What has changed in relations between China and the countries of the European Union since that date, and what is behind the European countries’ hesitation to grant China this status? How are the results of the referendum in Great Britain influencing relations between China and the European Union? What are the prospects for the European Union and the United States concluding a Transatlantic Partnership trade agreement, and how will China’s position in Europe be affected as a result? These questions and others are examined in this work.
SOCIETY AND REFORMS Post-Socialist Transformation in Light of Discussions on Capitalist DiversityS. Glinkina Income Stratification in Russia: Characteristics of a Model and Its Trajectory of ChangeN. Tikhonova RUSSIAN POLITICAL PROCESS National Identity of Students in Russia and the USAM. Urnov, V. Kasamara The Specter of a “Revolutionary Situation”: Protest Actions and Protest Sentiments in Russia […]
WORLD ISSUES Russia’s Eastern Policy in 2016: Results and Prospects I. Morgulov Quo Vadis, Germany? Landmarks of Recent German History V. Vasilyev Crisis Situations in the Mediterranean Regions Franco Frattini The Yemen Crisis: A Ticking Time BombS. Serebrov ESCAP and Transportation Problems in the Asia-Pacific Shamshad Akhtar State Sovereignty and Jurisdiction in the Context of […]
POST-IMPERIAL and post-Soviet Russia has just started its quest for self-identity. This is neither good nor bad: its new state hypostasis is only twenty-five years old which makes it not an easy task to send “Urbi et orbi” a clear and convincing message about its essence and the optimal ways of its realization. Each U-turn […]