Issue 8


  • Volume: 62
  • Issue number: 8

Topical themes of the issue:
• USA, EU – the Problem of Iran: Between “Hard” and “Soft” Power 
• International Capital Movement: Trends and Prospects
• Transformations of Global Migration of Population
• The CIS Factor in Russia-West Relations: Origins of Conflict 

Table of contents

Title Author(s) Pages
Security Problems in Contemporary World
he Problem of Iran: Between “Hard” and “Soft” Power Inna Shumilina / Alexander I. Shumilin Pages 5-15
The World at the Beginning of Millennium
International Capital Movement: Trends and Prospects Konstantin Tatulov / Aleksandr Bulatov / Yurii Kvashnin / Sofia Rebrey / Ninel Senuk Pages 16-25
Economy, Economic Theory
Comparative Analysis in Context of Monetary Functions Inna Kudryashova Pages 26-34
Europe: New Realities
Euroscepticism among Christian Churches: Between a Dream of the “United Europe” and Defense of Religious Values Roman Lunkin Pages 35-43
Development Assistance in Post-Soviet Space as European Union’s Policy Instrument Sergey Utkin Pages 44-53
Austria’s and Germany’s European Policy: Between Pragmatism and Right-Wing Populism Victor Vasil'ev Pages 54-64
Migration in Contemporary World
Transformations of Global Migration of Population Irina Tsapenko Pages 65-76
At Post-Soviet Space
The CIS Factor in Russia-West Relations: Origins of Conflict Nadezda Arbatova Pages 77-87
Russia: Economics, Politics
International Cooperation in Russian Civil Aircraft Industry under Sanctions Marianna Evtodyeva / Ivan Danilin Pages 88-96
Global Value Added Chains in Ferrous Metallurgy: Russian Participation Anna Chetverikova Pages 97-103
Countries and Regions
Foreign Economic Relations of Mongolia: Changing a Key Partner Yana Dyomina Pages 104-109
Researcher’s Opinion
Triumph and Twilights of One Great Teaching Kamaludin Gadzhiev Pages 110-119
Around Books
Attractive Nordic Way for Modern Mankind [Review of the book: Nordic Ways. А. Simonyi, D. Cagan, eds. Washington, Center for Transatlantic Relations, 2016. 340 p.] Konstantin Voronov Pages 120-124
Russia and Germany – impossible together or apart [Review of the monograph: Pavlov N.V. Russia and Germany: a failed alliance (to be continued). Moscow, Aspect-Press, 2017. 560 p.] Kristina M. Apshay / Roman O. Raynkhardt Pages 125-128

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