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The future of Russia and the world: estimates and projections

The project involves the research and compilation of materials available in the public domain, on the issue of forming forecasts for Russia and the world in general. Materials of the project aimed at creating an information field for a constructive dialogue of experts on strategic government planning.

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Modestov S. A. Geopolitics of Islam

In the book S. A. Modestova tells about geopolitical theory and practice of Islam - one of the world's religions. Despite its relatively short, the 1400 year history, Islam spread faster than any other religion. Today on the planet naschityvala about 1, 3 billion Muslims. In some countries this is recognized as the state religion. This is not surprising, because in the dogma of Islam does not distinguish between the secular and spiritual power. It is necessary to understand how rasporyazhaetsya Islam as the state authority for which he claims, and how to build relationships with other, non-Muslim countries.

30-11-2010 admin 3193 0

Mikhail Delyagin `the Crisis of humanity. The survival of Russia in non-Russian turmoil?`

Well-known economist, the first attempt to summarize current problems of the crisis facing humanity, and to develop "rules of behavior" of Russia that would enable it to again take its rightful place in the world. The Annex provides a transcript of the discussion of the report of M. G. Delyagin Moscow club.

26-10-2010 admin 7363 0

Colin Crouch `Postdemocracy`

In his acclaimed in Western intellectual and scientific environment, the book Professor of sociology the University of Warwick (UK) Colin Crouch argues that the decline of social classes, which made possible mass politics, and the spread of global capitalism led to the emergence of a closed political class, more interested in creating relationships with influential business groups than for political programmes that benefit the ordinary citizens. He shows that in several respects the policy of the early twenty-first century brings us back to the politics of the nineteenth century, which was determined by a game played between elites.

26-10-2010 admin 3256 0

Nicholas Hugger `Syndicate`

Is there something in common in the globalization process, the creation of the European Union and war in the middle East? Why the US and UK invaded Iraq, although information about the presence of weapons of mass destruction and the Iraqi regime of having links with "al-Qaeda" was false? Is it the war on terror, which to us is the main threat, or are we just deluded? Nicholas Hugger considers these developments in the context of the history of the last hundred years. He puts forward controversial and very complicated theory. Since the Russian revolution to the present day in all events control the money and oil, and not a random human actions towards evil and aggression.

30-09-2010 admin 3593 0

Samuel Huntington `Clash of civilizations`

The book of Samuel Huntington's "Clash of civilizations" is one of the popular geopolitical tracts 1990-ies. Emerged from the article in "Foreign Affairs" magazine, which had the greatest impact for the entire second half of the twentieth century, it describes the new political reality of our days and gives the projections for the global development of the entire human civilization.

18-09-2010 admin 1970 0

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