The paper presents an analysis of the legal regulation of monitoring and expert-analytical activities carried out by control and audit bodies for the state and municipal financial control.
In the book the issues of the ratio of public administration and executive power are investigated. The legal status of Executive authorities is tested. The concrete forms of interaction of Executive bodies with external non-government actors are presented. The content of the legal regime of bodies of the state Executive bodies coperation in Russia is displayed.
The article examines the stages of the negotiation process on the determination of the Caspian sea legal status, positions of the Russian Federation and the interests of the external actors (USA, EU, China) in the process. At present the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan have reached the consensus on the delimitation of the north part of the Caspian sea while its southern part is still not delimited. The active interaction of the Caspian states with the external actors (USA, EU, China) encourages the Caspian states to strengthen their rights in the Caspian sea which in turn activates the negotiation process on the definition of the Caspian sea legal status.