Evolution of Civil Aircraft Industry Development

Civil aircraft industry market is а complex multistage system of manufacturers and consumers, which affects countries all over the world. The globalization and world economic growth caused inevitable merger of national markets into one system where the key role belongs to few corporations. In the article the author analyze peculiarities of civil aircraft industry global market shaping. Main reasons of aircraft industry centers appearance are considered through socio political and economic development of the industry.

Diplomacy of Madrid after Franco

The review analyses whe ther the work fits into the overall context of foreign policy and European studies in particular Spain. The conclusion is that the study is based on a wide range of sources and is the result of years of work by the author. A distinctive feature of this publication is its current importance, which is manifested, for example, in the analysis of contemporary processes of formation of Spain’s foreign policy in the context of the global financial and economic crisis. The author provides a consistent analysis of the main directions of Spain’s foreign policy as well as basic levels of foreign policy decisions - making.

Preserving Traditions

In the analyzed publication the author presents the various aspects of the development of scientific school at MGIMO-University. The author made a special emphasis on the “human” dimension on the disclosure of personal features of the heroes of memories, who were somehow connected with the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. The details that can only be accessed by a direct participant in the events and that allow the reader to plunge into the social context of what was happening are of great significance. The review concludes that the undoubted literary merits of the product complement the deeper content of the book.

Constructivism Goes Quantum

The article deals with the evolution of constructivist paradigm of international relations. The issue is of utmost importance in terms of the search for theoretical alternatives in the IR thinking. First, we are giving basic introduction of constructivism on the basis of historical and hermeneutical approaches. There is no doubt that the paradigm has faced different theoretical challenges and a lot of critics which has to be addressed. The authors reconsider some constructivist theories and notions in Alexander Wendt’s works and the way Wendt tried to reinforce and reassure the constructivist paradigm.

Social Networks as a New Factor of System Security in Russia in the 21st Century

This article analyzes the relationship of social aspects of the Internet net-work and security issues in Russia. It shows that the modern realities acquire Globo network character that ambivalent impact on the development of civilization and social interactions. On the one hand, social networks offer new opportunities for interaction between people living in different countries, on the other hand - they can be used for exclusion policy at the global level that is objectively produces new risks and vulnerabilities. Give special consideration to mock the reality of global risk in social networks, which in response may provoke military-political conflicts and even wars.

Possible Outcomes of Brexit for European Union Development

The article discusses some implications of the Brexit referendum for institutional and political development of the European Union and for relations between the EU and the UK. The most obvious consequence of the referendum is the collapse of ideology of continuous and progressing development of integration. Instead of endless, irreversible, a priori beneficial for everyone integration process, the European Union has become an organization that does not have a Messianic goal and obliged to prove its usefulness in everyday life. EU systemic crisis will inevitably lead to a profound transformation of its institutional and political structure. After the British referendum, only two options are possible. First of all, partial deconstruction of the European Union.

Contemporary Euroscepticism as a Challenge to European Solidarity

The article analyses the influence of Eurosceptic sentiments on the level of solidarity among European Union member states. At the outset of the integration project construction the advantage of the Old Continent unification after being destroyed by the Second World War was apparent. However, with the European Union transformation and the emergence of new challenges, Eurosceptic voices are becoming louder and an increasing number of states start to question the efficiency of supranational institutions and choose to take measures on their own. The main trigger of the rise of Euroscepticism in the new millennium was the financial crisis with austerity measures and citizens’ frustration with their low standard of living following.

Government’s Fear of Newspapers in Russia and France in the Second Half of the 19th Century

The article is devoted to one of the measures of administrative influence on the publishers of periodicals in the form of a ban on the retail sale of newspapers and magazines in the imperial Russia and France. The author argues that this policy was introduced in Russia due to adoption of foreign experience of direct and indirect censorship, especially the French experience. So, the article seeks to access the difference between the original approach of the French empire and the Russian version of the policy. Also the article bridges the gap between the current Russian historiography and the existing archive materials with help of discourse analysis and comparative method.

UN Secretary-General Normative Capability to Influence The Security Council Decision-Making Process

The present article studies the issue of the interrelation between the senior UN official – the Secretary-General and the main UN body – the Security Council. The nature of the Secretary-General role is ambiguous since the very creation of the UN. On one hand, the Secretary-General leads the Secretariat – the body that carries out technical and subsidiary functions in relation to other UN Main Bodies. This is the way the Secretary-General position was initially viewed by the UN authors. On the other hand, the UN Charter contains certain provisions that, with a certain representation, give the Secretary-General vigorous powers, including political ones.

Neo-Institutional Approach to the Study of Electronic Government

The article is devoted to the neo-institutional approach as a methodological basis in the study of electronic government. In this article substantiates the choice of neo-institutional approach to the study of the processes of implementation of information and communication technologies in the activity of state institutions, analyzes the differences of neoinstitutionalism from traditional institutional approach, considers the features of the different directions of neo-institutionalism, namely sociological, historical and rational choice theory. Attention is paid to the reasons for the renewed interest in political institutions in political science.

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