World Politics:
Agenda for Tomorrow (Virtual Round Table)


Round Table of the «Polis» Journal

Afontzev S.A.

Segbers K.

Ilyin M.V.,

Dr. of Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Professor in Ordinary of National Research University Higher School of Economics, Professor of Department of Comparative Political Science Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the MFA of Russia, Head of the Center for Advanced Methodologies of Social and Humanitarian Research Institute of Scientific Information on Social Sciences RAS, Moscow, Russia, ilyin@politstudies.ru

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Kulagin V.M.

Lebedeva M.M.,

Dr. Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Prof., Head of World Political Processes Department, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University), MFA of Russia; Head of the Scientific Committee on education in political science area (Ministry of Education of Russia), Moscow, Russia, world_politics@mgimo.ru

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Rykhtik M.I.

Solovyov A.I.,

Dr. Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Prof., Head of Political Analysis Department, Faculty of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Moscow, Russia, alesol@mail.ru

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Feldman D.M.

Tzygankov A.P.,

Ph.D., Professor, San-Francisco State University, andrei@sfsu.edu

Tzygankov P.A.,

Dr. Sci. (Philos.), Professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University, tsygankp@mail.ru

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DOI: 10.17976/jpps/2005.04.05
For citation:

Round Table of the «Polis» Journal, Afontzev S.A., Segbers K., Ilyin M.V., Kulagin V.M., Lebedeva M.M., Rykhtik M.I., Solovyov A.I., Feldman D.M., Tzygankov A.P., Tzygankov P.A. World Politics: Agenda for Tomorrow (Virtual Round Table) . – Polis. Political Studies. 2005. No. 4. P. 71-88. (In Russ.). https://doi.org/10.17976/jpps/2005.04.05



Abstract

In this issue, we present materials of a virtual round table arranged by the journal in May and June, 2005. Two questions were offered for consideration: Development of what tendencies in the world politics appears to be important? How may they manifest themselves phenomenologically and, consequently, what agenda in world politics shall we face tomorrow? Participants of the discussion: S.A.Afontzev (Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian academy of sciences); M.V.Ilyin, V.M.Kulagin, M.M.Lebedeva, D.M.Feldman (Moscow State Institute (University) of International Relations); M.I.Rykhtik (Nizhni Novgorod University); K.Segbers (Free University of Berlin); A.I.Solovyov, P.A.Tzygankov (Moscow State University); A.P.Tzygankov (San Francisco University).


Content No. 4, 2005

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