Российский парламентаризм в контексте взаимоотношений с русской православной церковью
The collapse of the socialist system prompted the former USSR countries to “re-invent” their stateness. The paper focuses on factors that impede or smooth stateness transformations in post-Soviet countries. First, the paper examines internal and external factors of state formation in selected countries. Next, it introduces empirical research tools and empirical findings that present alternative patterns of stateness and outcomes of state formation. The paper concludes with a detailed review of certain cases that may be considered prototypes of state formation for post-Soviet countries.
the article analyses and proves the conclusion that non-state higher juridical education is an expected result of the development of state juridical education. At that the author shows that alongside with the state higher juridical education the non-state education on solving the relevent personnel issues and performing a high educating must support economy and in futureit will allow to develop culture, social and other spheres of life, to ensure a stable legal order and legitimacy in the country, to open additional opportunities for strengthening of legal fundamentals of our statehood and forming civil society.
The article was devoting a problem of research causation between stateness and political regime. The author worked within the structuralism approach and using econometric tools. He educed that political regime is determined of stateness.