Наблюдая за китайцами. Скрытые правила поведения
In this paper, based on the solid collection of the archive materials, a part of which has not been introduced before, the author considers the role which the Russian imperial consulates played in the political life of Outer Mongolia and its disputes with China and also in the maintenance of Russia’s good neighborhood with these countries during 1900-1910-s.
A complex analysis of the social and economic consequences of China, Ukraine, and Russia’s accession to the WTO was used to identify recommendations for the most successful adaptation of Russia to WTO standards. Russia tries to adapt to the WTO standards. The study focuses on the Chinese experience. China’s membership in the WTO is extremely useful for Russia from due to China’s positive influence on the development of its economy , as there has been expansion in the industrial and production sectors of its economy and promotion of goods in world markets, as well as an opportunity to use the WTO’s legal instruments for national domestic market protection.
China’s positive experience as a WTO member somehow contrasts with the described experience of Ukraine. An assessment of Ukraine’s versatile policy and its association with the EU allowed concluded that it is impossible for Ukraine to follow two ways at once: that of Eurasian integration and that of European integration.
Recently, the aggravated trade, economic and political confrontations between Russia and its American and European partners spurred radical changes in Russia’s economic strategy. Areas of such transformations can be determined by understanding both the positive and negative experiences of Russia’s old trade partners, namely China and Ukraine as they joined the world economic environment.
We explore and theorize the concept of transnational intellectuals within the field of political communication between Russia and three countries of the Neo-Northeast Asia. We look at this as on attempt to distinguish and describe a type of Russian transnational intellectual whose activity and – taken large – whose life can be evidence of a successful mitigation of different sort of historical images of negative “otherness” between Russia and three countries – China, South Korea and Japan. The article focuses on the discussion of means that can help to replace political images of the ‘enemies’ with the narratives of peaceful co-existence in the Northeast Asia.
The stages of his reforming under the influence of requirements of the World Trade Organization are considered on the basis of the analysis of the Chinese legislation. Four stages of preparation of People's Republic of China for accession to WTO within which there was a transformation of legal system of China from 1982 to 2001 are allocated. The sources of the Chinese law making are presented and systematized as a basis of the economic legislation of the People's Republic of China at a stage of preparation of inclusion of China into the WTO.