Annotation of journal number 9, September 2013
A.Yakovenko. Peace and international relations today: the new and the long forgotten past.
Today when the fifth year of the global financial and economic crisis is coming to an end, no one can doubt that the world has entered a period of radical transformation.
K. Kosachev. ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO: origins, realities and prospects.
The Federal Agency for the CIS, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation is now five years old.
F. Mukhametshin. Russia - Moldova: between the heritage of the past and inviting new horizons.
Russia and Moldova are moving towards a strategic partnership that serves the fundamental interests of the peoples of both our countries, linked by the ties of many centuries of friendship.
S. Hadaya. "War by proxy"
More than two years of proxy civil war in Syria have not been able to break the political regime of Bashar al- Assad. In comparison the authoritarian regimes in Tunisia lasted two weeks, in Egypt, a little more than a month, and in Libya, just six months.
EDITOR IN CHIEF’S COLUMN
A. Oganesyan. Syria: Who is responsible for the "responsibility to protect?"
With so many protests, reasonable and solid objections, even from allies, "messianic" actions are not legitimized under international law, whether the inquisition acts alone or collectively.
V. Kozin. The "new" U.S. nuclear strategy and the implications for Russia.
The White House has undertaken a third modification of its nuclear strategy since the end of the cold war.
V. Mizin. Russian- American dialogue on arms control.
The issue of disarmament has returned to the forefront of political discourse, and nuclear disarmament has come to the forefront of global politics.
Y. Belobrov. European security at a crossroads.
It has been almost four years since the signing of the Final Agreement in Helsinki, but the issue of ensuring European security remains one of the key unsolved problems in international relations.
V. Sergeev. 60 years of military-technical cooperation.
Cooperation with foreign countries in the military- technical sphere began long before the creation in 1953 of what is now known as the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation. However, it is possible that from that moment it had a direct impact on the foreign policy of our country.
POINT OF VIEW
Frederick William Engdahl. Eurasia will save us from the global crisis.
The global debt crisis began in the U.S. in late 2006. This moment became a turning point, bringing about fundamental change in the Bretton Woods economic system.
R. Dzarasov. Global crisis and Eurasia
The scope and severity of the contradictions manifested by the global crisis has led to talk that the world is on the verge of a deep and painful transformation.
ARCHIVES OF THE RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY
Е. Guseva. A Japanese Wallenberg.
Unique documents that are stored in the archives of the Russian Foreign Ministry, tell the true story of a Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, who saved thousands of lives from Nazi concentration camps.
I. Morgulov, A. Denisov, A. Lukin. Russia and China: history and modern times. Three opinions on the same book.
E. Pyadysheva. Regarding the most important aspects of global politics and Russian diplomacy.
T. Zvereva. Can different civilizations be friends?
A. Davydenko. Russia and Greece define future landmarks in bilateral cooperation.