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A

Alekseyeva T.A.
 Agent-structure relations: methodology of constructivism
No 4, 2022

Apanovich M.Yu.
 A spatial displacement only? Migration in the light of justice concepts
No 1, 2022

Arapova E.Ya.
 International sanctions legislation in the U.S., EU and UK: a comparative study
No 6, 2022

Arbatov A.G.
 The Ukrainian crisis and strategic stability
No 4, 2022

Arbatova N.K.
 Climate threats a new dimension of EU security
No 6, 2022

Artamonov D.S
 Memory policy on the Internet memes: from visualization of history to fakes
No 5, 2022

B

Baev V.G.
 In the footsteps of what we read: a small book on a big problem
No 1, 2022

Baranovsky V.G.
 Escalation of conventional conflicts: about the possible transition of the nuclear threshold
No 4, 2022

Baranovsky V.G.
 Avoiding nuclear war. Problems of escalation/de-escalation of armed conflicts when approaching the nuclear threshold
No 6, 2022

Bartenev V.I.
 International assistance and sanctions pressure: geometry of interlinkages
No 6, 2022

Bogdanov K.V.
 Lethal autonomous weapon systems: landscape and perspectives
No 6, 2022

Borishpolets K.P.
 Great powers competition in the 21st century: Russian approaches and Russian discourse
No 1, 2022

Borisova N.V.
 Research optics and methodological perspectives of contemporary ethnopoliitical science
No 1, 2022

Borovsky Yu.V.
 The EU's energy policy and its driving forces
No 3, 2022

C

Chugrov S.V.
 Cancel culture in world politics: historical and philosophical roots
No 5, 2022

Crowley-Vigneau A
 Russian higher education under sanctions: a constructivist perspective
No 4, 2022

E

Editorial Introduction
 Presenting this Issue
No 1, 2022

Editorial Introduction
 Presenting the Issue
No 2, 2022

Editorial Introduction
 Presenting this issue
No 3, 2022

Editorial Introduction
 Presenting this issue
No 6, 2022

Etzrodt Ch.
 Managing liberal democracy influence of secret elite networks in U.S. governments 1901-2021
No 6, 2022

G

Goldstone J.A.
 Waves of revolutions in the 21st century
No 4, 2022

Grafov D.B.
 The influence of group loyalty on democratic transit in non-Western societies
No 4, 2022

Graham T.
 Russia and the United States on the world stage. Part I. From distant friendship to incipient rivalry
No 1, 2022

Graham T.
 Russia and the United States on the world stage. Part II. The ideological and geopolitical path to enduring rivalry
No 2, 2022

Graham T.
 Russia and the United States on the world stage. Part III. The role of messianism, exceptionalism, ambition, and survival in forging rivalry
No 3, 2022

Guo Jing
 A new connotation of political development as a tool for analysis of political processes in China
No 5, 2022

I

Ilyin M.V.
 Introduction. New ways to explore mega-regions and evolving localities
No 3, 2022

Ilyin M.V.
 Challenges and prospects of study of the Greater Mediterranean
No 3, 2022

Ivanenko E.A.
 Change.org as a form of casual politics. Analysis of Russian-language petitions
No 2, 2022

Ivanova N.I.
 Digital technologies and new goals of innovation policy
No 1, 2022

K

Karasev D.Yu.
 A theory of policy drift: obstructionist politics as a mechanism of U.S. welfare state retrenchment
No 3, 2022

Kasimov R.Kh.
 Areal language policies
No 1, 2022

Kazantzev A.A.
 Rentier states: Interaction between economy and politics
No 2, 2022

Kiryanov I.K.
 Regionalist projects in non-ethnic regions of Russia: actors, legitimation, outcomes
No 1, 2022

Kokoshin A.A.
 The Afghan crisis: a global and regional problem for the world community
No 2, 2022

Koktysh K.E.
 The formation of the cognitive code of modernity
No 6, 2022

Konyshev V.N.
 Studying the nature of war: Russian and European perspectives
No 6, 2022

Korgun I.A.
 On the question of effectiveness of sanctions against DPRK
No 3, 2022

Kosevich E.Yu.
 Cyberspace security in Latin American countries
No 3, 2022

Kraev O.L.
 Collective memory formation in Peru through the lens of J.P. Feldmans research
No 5, 2022

Kupriyanov A.V.
 Russia and India: problems and prospects for cooperation
No 4, 2022

L

Lantzov S.A.
 The second Karabakh war: background, causes, consequences
No 3, 2022

Lapkin V.V.
 Socio-political dynamics in the age of the global crisis: civilizational background
No 6, 2022

Larin V.L.
 A special view on the great neighbor: perception of China and the Chinese in Southern Pacific Russia
No 2, 2022

Litvinova T.N.
 The challenges of modernity in the Mongolian world
No 4, 2022

M

Markedonov S.M.
 Non-military aspects of political interaction in the Caucasus: comparative analysis of US and Russia approaches
No 6, 2022

Maslova E.A.
 The global green imperative: Russias place in the international climate regime
No 1, 2022

Mikhaylova A.A.
 Digital traces as an indication of the populations interest in the border regions of Russia for cross-border contacts
No 3, 2022

N

Nazarov V.P.
 Strategic planning in Russia: a new stage of development
No 4, 2022

Nazukina M.V.
 Regionalism in the messages of the heads of subjects of the Russian Federation: a discursive perspective
No 2, 2022

Nedyak I.L.
 The conceptualization of power in the contemporary scientific discourse of domination
No 1, 2022

Neklessa A.I.
 Postcoloniality as a fractal aspect of postmodernity: subject, methodology, forecast (The 70th anniversary of Alfred Sauvys article Three Worlds, One Planet)
No 2, 2022

O

Okunev I.Yu.
 The Greater Mediterranean as a macroregion: spatial analysis
No 3, 2022

P

Palitay I.S.
 The Russian political elite: characteristics and dynamics (based on research materials dating from 2011 to 2021)
No 4, 2022

Parma R.V.
 Influence of political institutions on economic growth in the countries of the world
No 1, 2022

Pushkaryova G.V.
 Political branding: turning to symbolic policy
No 4, 2022

R

Raynkhardt R.O.
 Interpretations of diplomacy for science by Russian scholars and diplomats
No 2, 2022

Rovinskaya T.L.
 Freedom of speech amid the digital dictatorship of IT corporations
No 2, 2022

S

Samarkina I.V.
 The subjective space of youth policy: theoretical model and regional projections (the case of the Krasnodar territory)
No 5, 2022

Satarov G.A.
 Network modeling of mass political consciousness. First results
No 3, 2022

Shakhalilov Sh.Sh.
 Russia: changing the usual way of acquiring the status of a great power
No 5, 2022

Stukal D.K.
 Attitudes toward authorities as a factor of the political trolling perception on social media in Russia
No 4, 2022

Sulimov K.A.
 Regionalism as a driver of European regions activity in their relations with national authorities
No 6, 2022

T

Telin K.O.
 Congruency as a parameter of political stability
No 5, 2022

Timofeyeva L.N.
 The digital socio-political agenda and its conceptualization within the new media ecology framework
No 2, 2022

Timofeyeva L.N.
 The digital socio-political agenda: theoretical model tested on the Russian case Coronavirus-2020
No 5, 2022

Tokarev A.A.
 Sociology of the Russian image of the future: preliminary results
No 5, 2022

Torkunov A.V.
 Russia and political order in a changing world: values, institutions, prospects
No 5, 2022

Troitskiy M.A.
 Competing conceptions of justice in world politics
No 2, 2022

Trudolyubov A.S.
 Political basis of the city: capability problems of the inner-city municipalities in contemporary Russia
No 1, 2022

Turovsky R.F.
 Exploring the causes of gubernatorial resignations in Russia
No 4, 2022

V

Vishnyakov Ya.V.
 The Balkans. Between the Cross and the Crescent
No 3, 2022

Volodenkov S.V.
 The peculiarities of the subjectness phenomenon in the context of contemporary technological transformations
No 5, 2022

Z

Zabella A.A.
 Major power rivalry in Africa: a view from China
No 1, 2022

Zarubina N.N.
 New barbarism in a civilizational perspective: impact on human capital
No 1, 2022

Zinovieva E.S.
 Internet fragmentation and the formation of digital borders: an analysis from the standpoint of critical geography
No 2, 2022

Zuykina K.L.
 Telegram channels in the electoral battle: the peculiarities of civic activism development in the context of Belaruss political crisis in 2020
No 5, 2022

Zvyagelskaya I.D.
 New regionalism and old issues in the Middle East.
No 6, 2022

 
 

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