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On August 21, 2010, Alexander Vladimirovich Akimov, Doctor of Economics, Head of the Department of Economic Research of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, turned 60 years old. After graduating from the Faculty of Geography of th…
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"...Any genuine creativity involuntarily looks decades and centuries ahead, prompting a continuously renewed interview, dialogue" - these words of the remarkable Russian scientist, historian and philosopher Evgeny Borisovich Rashkovsky can be attributed to…
Ya. RABKIN. JEW AGAINST JEW. JEWISH RESISTANCE TO ZIONISM. Translated from French. by the author with the participation of A. Kushnir. Moscow: Text, 2009. 521 p. (Chase Collection) Author of the book, Prof. Professor of the History of Science and Jewish Hi…
On December 26, 2009, barely reaching the age of sixty (born November 20, 1949), Andrey Mikhailovich Samozvantsev died suddenly. The external outline of his life was uncomplicated. He studied at the Department of Ancient World History of the Moscow State U…
T. A. KARASOVA. POLITICAL HISTORY OF ISRAEL. LIKUD BLOCK: PAST AND PRESENT, Moscow: Natalis; Institute Of Oriental Studies Of the Russian Academy Of Sciences, 2009, 528 p. The publication of the book by T. A. Karasova, a well-known Russian expert on the hi…
V. A. MELYANTSEV. DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN AN ERA OF CHANGE. (Comparative assessment of the efficiency of growth in the 1980s-2000s). Moscow: Publishing House "Klyuch-S", 2009. 216 p. The question for orientalists is probably more acute than f…
I. D. ZVYAGELSKAYA. THE FORMATION OF THE CENTRAL ASIAN STATES POLITICAL PROCESSES. M.: Aspect Press, 2009. 208 p. The post-Soviet republics of Central Asia, which faced enormous and seemingly insurmountable difficulties after their unexpected independence,…
On December 29, 2009, the Ural-Altaic Languages Department of the Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted a presentation of the first issue of the Ural-Altaic Studies journal for 2009. The decision to create it was made at the co…
The report analyzes data from Tibetan medical sources, allowing the author to assert that the prototype of the set of medical illustrations in Tibet was based on previously existing atlases, as well as disparate tables of anatomical content that do not hav…
The first thing that causes me to publish the discussion materials is a feeling of gratitude to the editorial board of the magazine "Vostok (Oriens)", which organized a very interesting discussion, and to all its participants for very informative materials…
In recent decades, the topic of Chinese expansion in Russia has become one of the most popular in journalism. From time to time, the public gets acquainted with the "forecasts" and projects of settling the territory of our country by the Chinese. At the sa…
The economic and financial crisis, which became truly global in the autumn of 2008, has already had and will undoubtedly continue to have a negative impact on the international movement of foreign direct investment (FDI). However, the impact of the crisis …
The article discusses some concepts of the symbolic language of the Pyramid Texts (3rd millennium BC), which denoted the relationship between the Egyptian king and his subjects, both in this and in the other world. In the center of attention is the term im…
Peace of mind, loyalty and the possibility of exploiting the natives in the interests of the Dutch East India Company (hereinafter-OIC) were the main conditions that the Dutch tried, but were never able to fully ensure during all 38 years of ownership of t…
Landscape art, along with architecture and miniature painting, was a favorite area of cultural patronage for all Timurids, including the Mughals. Timur himself was not indifferent to the gardens, who created several gardens in the suburbs of his capital Sa…
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Evgeny Maksimovich Primakov is one of those people who happily combine talent and remarkable personal qualities. This is a bright, brave, intelligent person, a brilliant politician and scientist, for whom friendship, responsibility, honor have always meant…
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Training manual, Moscow: ROSMEN, 2007. M. A. CHESHKOV (IMEMO RAS). L. B. Alaev's work appeared at the right time, because it raises the urgent question of the need for historical science to turn to the understanding of history as a single process, where g…
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Moscow: Nauka Publ., 2007, 302 p. The core methodological thesis of K. K. Sultanov is formulated as follows: the more intense the process of self-identification, the more diverse the connections with the expanding cultural context. The author is attracted…
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In the second half of the XIX century. Russia has gained a foothold on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. A project to establish a colony in the Pacific Ocean has emerged in Russian ruling circles, which could strengthen Russia's position in this region. Thi…
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In the territory of modern India, several medical traditions coexist, the most common of which are Ayurveda, unani (a Greek tradition based on the teachings of Hippocrates and Galen and presented in areas of India where the Islamic population predominates)…
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On March 23-25, 2009, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted the 39th conference "Society and the State in China", which was attended by 73 specialists from various scientific and practical organizations in Moscow, St. …
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On May 26, 2008, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted an international scientific conference dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel. It was organized by the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russi…
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For the first time, the passport as a document certifying identity and the right to "leave" or cross the border, was used by the Russian state from the middle of the XVII century. and initially served as a certificate of release from prison. The decree of …
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History has been extremely harsh with the Moriscos. The heirs of the brilliant civilization of the country of al-Andalus (or, as we recently said, Arab-Moorish Andalusia), they were forced to abandon this glorious heritage in order to be considered good su…
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The prehistory of the peoples called by the ancient authors "Bat viet" ("Bai yue" - i.e. " many (yue)") is the history of the culture created by the now extinct peoples in the territory that later became part of modern China. Archaeological excavations in …
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Yu. V. CHUDODEEV. ON THE EYES OF CHANGING CHINA, MOSCOW: IV RAS, 2008, 160 p. The author of the book is a well-known Russian orientalist who has been studying the history and modern development of China for more than half a century. The book under review i…
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Many publications are devoted to the problems of globalization and TNCs - from solid monographs and reports of international organizations to articles with catchy headlines in glossy magazines. Scientific works on this topic are quite thoroughly analyzed i…
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On October 19-21, 2009, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted a scientific conference "The impact of the Global financial and Economic crisis on the system of international relations East-West", organized by the Depart…
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Esege Malan tengri is a central nodal character in the Buryat religious and mythological tradition, representing the supreme power in the Uranian pantheon. In his image, a hierarchical filiation can be traced between the ancient Mongolian Huhe Munhe tengri…
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From the editorial office. Organizing the discussion of the article by A. V. Akimov*, commissioned by us based on his latest book**, we proceeded from the scientific significance of the problems raised by Alexander Vladimirovich. We are talking about the p…
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Much has already been written about the allegorical and typological interpretation of the Bible. It has long been commonplace to say that in fact they have little in common with the true meaning of the biblical text: allegorically, the interpreter sees in …
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Forecasting world development based on a civilizational approach can, under certain circumstances, be a productive tool for forming an idea of the nature and trends of changes in the components of the world order. In any case, such forecasting can offer so…
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1. I will immediately say that I do not quite agree with Winston Churchill, who is said to have remarked that " it is short-sighted to look too far ahead." Much depends on the choice of the object, the definition of the goal (scale), prerequisites (limitat…
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A. V. Akimov's article, of course, attracts attention and interests both by the scale of the statement of actual problems, and by a certain system of proofs of its approach to their possible solution. One can't help but recall the approach of the famous Ru…
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On January 25, 2010, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted a scientific conference " Problems of International Relations in the East (dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the world - famous Oriental scholar G. L. Bonda…
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