Proceedings of the international scientific and practical conference “Methods and methodology of archaeological sciences in archaeological field research”, 18 September 2019, Al-Farabi National Kazakh University
Proceedings of a conference on the application of scientific methods in archaeological fieldwork, mostly in Kazakhstan
Report on the methods (geophysics, geomorphology, palaeobotany, micromycology) used in the fieldwork in the early medieval town of Dzhankent (Kazakhstan)
The article is devoted to describing the current language and media situation in Kazakhstan. The author focuses on the status of the Russian language, Russian speaking and Russian mass media as soft power instruments of Russian foreign policy in the post-Soviet space. The national language and information policies aimed at limiting Russia's influence is also considered.
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International conference “Geomorphic Processes and Geoarchaeology: from Landscape Archaeology to Archaeotourism” was held in Moscow-Smolensk, Russia, August 20-24, 2012. The conference was organized with the support of Administration of the Smolensk Region, Russian Association of Geomorphologists, Moscow State Lomonosov University (Faculty of Geography and Faculty of History), Smolensk University for Humanities, Institute of Geography and Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology at Russian Academy of Sciences, Smolensk State Museum-reserve, State Historical Museum, International Association of Geomorphologists (Working group on Geoarchaeology), International Union for Quaternary Research (Terrestrial Process Commission), and Global Continental Paleohydrology research Group. Extended abstracts are published in this collection.
This paper analyzes Belarus energy system, relations between Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia in the framework of the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space. The consequences of the recent political crisis in Ukraine will inevitably lead to the review of the relations between the European Union and Russia. In these new conditions, the members of the Common Economic Space of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia must develop a new concept of energy security. This new concept should allow to decrease substantially the influence of the export of hydrocarbons on the economic development of abovementioned countries, thus increasing the competitiveness of their national economies. As a first measure, the members of the Eurasian Union should create the single energy market
In article results of preliminary forecasting of social and economic consequences of creation of the customs union with participation of the Russian Federation, Byelorussia and Republic Kazakhstan by means of computer economic-mathematical model of the general balance Global trade analysis project (GTAP) are resulted.
The book is the collection of papers on history, archaeology and art critics of North-West Russia and Baltic area.
Present research is the first conducted in Kazakhstan to address the issue of volunteer management directly. At a time when the nonprofit sector has become a reality in Kazakhstan, improving its performance, scope, and reach depends on sound volunteer management practices. The purpose of this research is to learn about existing practices of volunteer administration in Kazakhstan and their implementation. To carry out the research, we implemented a survey of nonprofit organizations in Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan.
This is a review of issues and problems, including cross-border disputes, arising during customs examination and sampling in the Russian Federation and the European Union. The Customs Union of the Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, and the Republic of Belarus was formed in accordance with the Agreement of 6 October 2007. This article provides some concrete examples of cross-border disputes in comparison to similar problems that have arisen in the EU, particularly in the Netherlands. Based on this review, we will conclude with some suggestions to improve the handling of cross-border disputes arising from customs examinations and sampling.