The article focuses on the Russian and American discourse regarding the status quo and a hegemon’s role in the contemporary international system. It is the American hegemonism origins, including messianism, and the hegemonic stability theory as its theoretical justification that are particularly emphasized. The article shows that the USA ensuring the efficient operation of the international system for everyone’s benefit may be the only acceptable version of the USA leadership for Russia.
Problems of the graduates employment in Europe are under consideration
The article considers the key points of the current Mexican-Spanish cooperation. The author gives an overview of the achievements of Mexico’s cultural, economic and trade ties with Spain, which became much more active with the coming to power in Mexico of a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, Enrique Peña Nieto. The paper also analyzes the «destabilizing effect» provided by the political course of the new US President Donald Trump in relation to Mexico, threatening the political and economic success of the Spanish-Mexican relations.
This article examines the influence of such Portuguese social movements as «Movimento 12 de Março», «Precarios Inflexíveis» on Portugal party system within the framework of Michel Foucault heterotopy concept. Characteristics and special features of Iberian country party system are shown. The auther justifies the applicability of the heterotopy concept to the analysis of the activities of social movements and politicalparties.
Comprehensive contradictions intensification within the framework of bilateral cooperation in recent years clearly demonstrates that the development of Sino-Japanese relations gradually enters a new, more confrontational stage, the consequences of which will inevitably affect the formation of regional and global security architecture.
The article examines the evolution of the UK
strategy and national security priorities in early XXIst century.
The author considers the specificity of the involvement of the
British armed forces in modern regional and local conflicts, explores
the ideological framework and foreign policy priorities of the
conservative and labour governments. Reasons and factors
influencing transformation of policy in the process of development and
application of adequate tools of response to new challenges and threats