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Nicolai Evseev, Igor Chibrov
German Churches in Saratov Volga Region
The appearance of German churches, built according to the canons of European styles, had been formed by 1917. Most of them were destroyed in the XXth century. There are about twenty German churches that remained in Saratov Volga Rigion. They are all different: solemn and sublime, simple and wooden, refined and romantic.
Youth Extremism and the Media
The article analyzes the influence of modern media on adolescent psychology and behavior of young people. This article also discusses the reasons why young people fall under the influence of extremist groups and the role of television and the Internet in modern life.
Etiquette Forms of Greeting and Farewell in Spoken Informal Language
The work deals with some units of speech etiquette such as forms of greeting and farewell in the Russian modern informal language, their general characteristics and peculiar functions. The research also focuses on the positions of separate units, as well as verbal and non-verbal expressive means.
Inscriptions Change on a Panathenaic amphora
The paper describes the changes of two main inscriptions on the Panathenaic amphorae. The first inscription is the most important proof of the fact that this vase is a winner’s prize in the Panathenaea. The second one carries information about an archon. This information can be interesting for people who are keen on ancient history, archaeology, vase painting, epigraphy and like puzzles.
Sovereignty in the International Law
This article discusses some aspects of state sovereignty in the international law. The article shows the influence of globalization on state sovereignty as well.
Compensation for Moral Damage: Problems of Proof
The article focuses upon some problems which people and court face with during the trial about compensation for moral damage. The main of them connects with the obligation of proving. The article analyses some points about it.
The Status of Tibet by the Middle of the XX Century and Foundation of the People’s Republic of China
In the article the list of arguments and historic facts in the problem of Tibetan status by the middle XX are examined as they are extremely contradictory. The parts of the Tibetan issue – the People’s Republic of China and the Tibetan Government in Exile – are interpreted by them in a different way. Therefore, the parts cannot come to an agreement, and in view of that, understanding of the real situation and status of Tibet are necessary for solution of this problem.
Chersonesus Tauricus. Problems of the Time and Conditions of its Foundation
This paper presents the analysis of a relevant group of sources and a survey of the main hypotheses of the time and circumstances for the foundation of Chersonesus. For a long time the traditional date of foundation of the polis was considered to be 422-421 B.C. However, appearance and analysis of new archeological sources and epigraphic evidence from the excavations of Chersonesus make the researches to review the time of its establishment.
Castle as a Symbol in Russian and Foreign Literature
This article shows the usage of ‘castle’ as a symbol in the works of modern Russian and foreign fantasy writers.
US Secretary of State Warren Christopher and Confrontation between B. Yeltsin and Russian Parliament (Supreme Council) in 1993
1993 for Russia was marked by confrontation between B. Yeltsin and the Russian parliament. For Clinton’s administration it was important to keep abreast of the situation in Russia. The United States supported B. Yeltsin, but, in fact, they were doing a little in concrete actions. US Secretary of State W. Christopher was one of the main official figures in this confrontation. He maintained Russian president and criticized his opponents in his speeches, and a short time after the power outcome of the conflict he arrived in Moscow, where he expressed American support to B. Yeltsin.
The Golden Triangle of India as Tourist Destination
This paper focuses on one of the most popular tourist destinations of India “The Golden Triangle”. “The Golden Triangle” includes 3 cities in the North-West of the country. They are Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. They possess an enormous cultural and historical potential of the country and attract the main stream of tourists. In this paper the characteristics of these cities that make up the route in terms of their attractiveness for tourists are considered.
“The Macedonian Question» in Relationships of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia in Modern Times. Geopolitical and Civilizational Aspects
This article is devoted to the actual theme of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia relations in modern times in the context of «the Macedonian question» . We pay special attention to the research of these countries ` cooperation in the solution of this problem.
The System of Evaluation of Student’s Knowledge in the USA and Russia
The role of evaluation of student’s knowledge in the system of higher education in the USA and Russia is analyzed in the research. To clear up similar and distinctive points, the comparison of current systems is carried out. The results allow underlining the role of evaluation of student’s knowledge for the specialist’s training.
Eastern Partnership: From the Creation to a New Stage of Development
The paper describes the program of the European Union called "Eastern Partnership" directed at the CIS countries: Georgia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The aspects of this program and the position of the current year are considered and the purposes of participating counties and the European Union, and also the prospect of development of the program are analyzed.
The Tendencies of Development of Business Tourism in the World
The proportion of business travelers in the world tourist flow is 20%, but they account for 60% of the total turnover of the tourism industry." This statistics emphasizes the relevance of this paper, which analyzes different trends in business travel and the ways of its development, providing examples and statistical data
Saratov in 1917-1922 according to the Diary of University Instructor
After falling of autocracy the Civil war began in Russia. Saratov did not avoid general devastation and disorder. Alexis Babine who was living in a city during five years, from 1917 to 1922, was keeping a diary in which the events of state and local scale have found their reflection.
Religious Eeducation: How to Teach Children to Love
Religious education: How to teach children to love. 2012. The article includes an interpretation of love from a religious point of view. It presents methods of teaching which help children to realize what love is. Also the question about religious education in Russian and American schools is considered.
Is the Decline of the West Inevitable?
The historical debate has an ancient origin and different points to think about nowadays. Consideration of the West as interdependent part of the world finds out new horizons of its sunrise.
The Kuril Islands Dispute
The Kuril Islands dispute, also known as the Northern Territories dispute is a dispute between Japan and Russia about sovereignty over the South Kuril Islands. The disputed islands, which were occupied by Soviet forces at the end of World War II, are under Russian administration as South Kuril District of the Sakhalin Oblast, but are claimed by Japan, which refers to them as the Northern Territories or Southern Chishima, being part of the Nemuro Subprefecture of Hokkaidō Prefecture.
Teaching Universal Values through Language Education at School:
Principles, Technologies and Process
Values education is one of the most urgent topics in education today. We can point out three concepts that, taken in interconnection, foster personality growth with all the features and values necessary for today’s world. These are creation of axiological environment, employment of value-targeted communication and utilization of student-centered technologies while teaching the English language.
NATO’s Interests in Kazakhstan and the Alliance Policy towards the Country
After the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, the interest of the Alliance in Central Asian region has risen immensely. Kazakhstan is characterized as the most influential state in that region. NATO policy toward Kazakhstan has focused on the joint efforts to combat terrorism, proliferation, and trafficking in arms, drugs, and people.
The Category of Time as the Form of Representation of the Concept “Death” in the Novel “Invitation to a Beheading” by V. V. Nabokov
This article is a part of the big research «The concept of “Death”». Its aim is to analyze linguistic figures that form the concept “death” in the novel. The main problem is to analyze the process of creating the concept “death” with the help of linguistic means. New in the work is the attempt of linguistic interpretation of the category of death.
Dijon as a Tourist Capital of Burgundy Region
I'm going to present my research on the French town of Dijon, the capital of Burgundy region. This region does not have a huge number of tourists yet, but there are exciting things of all kinds: historical, entertaining, gastronomic for each tourist. This region will be a popular destination in some years.
Semantic Complication of Words in Anna Akhmatova’s Lyric Poetry
The research deals with a problem of transformation of words in the works of art. Comparative analysis of the types of semantic complication and special usage of words in Akhmatova’s poetry is carried out in accordance with different contexts of dating scenes.
Judicial Protection of Minors: Problems and Solutions
This article addresses a problem that can touch on every citizen has attained the age of majority - the problem of protecting their own rights. The Russian Constitution and our legislation guarantee judicial protection, but despite this, the protection of minors associated with numerous problems.
Public Diplomacy in Modern International Relations
Basic features and peculiarities of public diplomacy, its place in the modern system of international relations and contradictions with traditional diplomacy are considered in this paper.
Constantinople Before its Fall: the Impressions of a Mid-XVth century Spanish Traveler
The paper reveals the image of the Byzantine capital in 1437-1438, as depicted by a travelling Spanish nobleman, Pero Tafur. It dwells upon the question of the city’s general degradation, the decline of the empire on the whole, and the attitude of the European states to the danger Byzantium was in.
Tatiana Sapunova, Rashit Rakhmetov
Phenomenon of Death in Eastern Orthodox Church
The phenomenon of Death is an unbeaten mystery. Religion reveals the thick veil of this mystery and allows for having a look beyond the limits, showing that life becomes meaningless without its recognition together with death. The Ancients considered death as transition to the outer world. Religions interpret this world in different ways, there is no precise knowledge about it, but there are evidences about this world. Some spiritual traditions are more acknowledged with the phenomenon of death. Eastern orthodox Christianity conceives death as a transition from mortal life to eternity. The life of the soul does not end after death of physical body. After three days on the earth, the soul rises to other spheres to worship God, passing 20 stages when evil spirits try to oppose. Divine judgment will prescribe the place where the soul will exist: in the heaven or in the hell. These entire phenomena are experienced with pneumatic eyes and cannot be imagined by mind. Church fathers recommend to study this phenomenon carefully and not to pass dogmatic restriction of learning this subject. Death is a great mystery which is to be unraveled sooner or later by all of us.
Youth Subcultures: Consumer Factor. The Impact on the Development of Deviant Behavior
This article explores a new approach to the understanding of youth culture from the point of view of consumer motivation, in relation to work, career and success. The article analyzes youth subculture as a positive phenomenon and as a danger to the physical and spiritual health of people.
International Legal Instruments of Protection of Cultural Property Against Illicit Trafficking
The report focuses on the definition and key aspects of legal protection of cultural property against illicit trafficking.
Economic Risks as the Subject of Sociological Analysis
The problem of risk is developing now in many fields of knowledge: sociology, economics, legal science, political science, natural and technical sciences, as a part of game theory and decision theory. The fundamental theories of economic risks are classic and neoclassic. Classics consider the economic risk as a compensation for possible income due to the decision, or radiation losses following the implementation consequence of an unfortunate decision. Considering the functions of economic (business) risk, it should again be emphasized that, despite the significant potential losses, which risk is carrying, it is also a source of possible profit.
Relations between Iran and Azerbaijan in Caspian Region
Geopolitical, economic and social aspects of processes running in the Caspian region have brought them to the forefront of the international arena. Because of huge reserves of oil and disinclination of main regional states to adjust their antagonisms towards borders in the Caspian Sea this area has a great conflict potential. My analysis of the situation is based on the investigation of the relations between Iran and Azerbaijan.
Russia – United Kingdom Relations: Problems of Extradition
Relations between the UK and Russia have deteriorated over the past years, with problems of extradition and espionage scandals, such as the murder of A. Litvinenko. The two countries have mutual claims, and these claims are still unsatisfied.
|National Science Foundation||National Taiwan University of Science and Technology|
|National security science and innovation strategy||National Science Foundation Projects: Technological Literacy|
|Unit I : Global History & Development of Forensic Science & Other National Agencies||Ivan Franko LVIV National University, Department of Political Science|
|European Commission-National Science Foundation Workshop on Materials for Future Technologies||5 Science for parks / parks for science: Conservation-based research in national parks|
|Department of education and science of ukraine dz „lugansk national university named after tarasa shevchenko”||Department of education and science of ukraine dz „lugansk national university named after taras shevchenko”|