List of publications on a keyword: «cold war»


История и политология

Publication date: 18.02.2016
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Danilchenko Sergey Leonidovich , doctor of historical sciences, professor , professor, academician of RANS, Russian Academy of Medical Technology, Russian Academy of Natural History, head of Research center of education development
GBOU PO g. Sevastopolia "Sevastopol'skii pedagogicheskii kolledzh im. P.K. Men'kova" , Севастополь г

«Послевоенный СССР: достижения и проблемы»

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One of the main outcomes of the war was the new geopolitical situation. It was characterized by a growing confrontation between major capitalist powers and the Soviet Union extended its influence on the several countries of Europe and Asia. The main thing was to consolidate the outcome of world war II in politics and diplomacy, to ensure the security of the country for many years, to ensure the legitimacy of spheres of influence.

История

Publication date: 10.03.2017
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Be Bumki , аспирант
FSBIS "Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations RAS" , Москва г

«Foreign policy of leading countries from the viewpoint of realism and imperial policy»

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According to the author Imperial and imperialist policy led to war. The first and Second world wars led to the disappearance of the classical empires – Austro-Hungarian, British, French, German, Ottoman, Japanese. The post-Second world war bipolar world because of the logic of confrontation between two world systems largely continued to develop in international relations the logic of empires, the logic of the strict antagonism. The collapse of world socialist system led to the emergence of a unilateral world and the dominant role of one superpower, which is by the logic of Imperial policy pursued a policy of forced democratization. But such a condition could not last long, for neither the resources nor the capacity of this hegemony was not enough to ensure the peaceful development of mankind. More and more countries demanded a policy of non-interference in the internal affairs of other States, peaceful coexistence and cooperation within the framework of the cooperative strategy. Most people call it the multi-polar world. The transition from a unilateral to a multipolar world will require greater effort and resolution of international and inter-state matters on the basis of principles of equal security, compromises, and mutually beneficial cooperation.