The Power Of History – The History Of Power. Volume 3. Issue 4. (№10)

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NATIONAL HISTORY
 
Boltenkova L.F. The advance of Russians to the East and the role of Orthodoxy in this process
424
Shuplenkov O.V. The geopolitical strategy of the center in the field of interethnic relations
449
 
THE WORLD HISTORY
 
Voznesenckiy I.S. Ideas of the power of time in the Soviet economic thought 1920-1930’s
453
Smirnova M.I. State-Church in the Russian Federation
464
Mikhaylenko A.N., Skalduckiy S.V. “Soft law” in Russian-Ukrainian relations
491
Yudin V.I. Specificity of the political and legal situation of the Indians in North America
516
 
ETHNOGRAPHY, ETHNOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
 
Rybakov S.V. World outlook guidelines of Russian religious philosophy
524
Kim S.F. Analysis of the concept of “conservatism” and its relation to progress
534
 
HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND FOREIGN POLICY
 
Suzdaleva T.R. Afghanistan in 1978–1979 in the context of geopolitical opposition
546
Ternovaya L.O. The latest history of “color revolutions”
554
 
HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. DOCUMENTARY SOURCES
 
Table of ranks of all ranks, military, state and courtiers of 1722
564
 
Abstracts
 
574
Authors
580
 
 
EDITORIAL BOARD
Deputy. Chief Editor and Project Manager: 
Rybakov S.V., Doctor of historical sciences, professor of the history of Russian Ural Federal University.
 
Mikhailov V.A., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Honored worker of science of Russia, Head of the Department of national and federative relations of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).
Ivakin G.A., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Expert.
Dobrov P.V., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Academician, member of the Presidium of the Ukrainian Academy of Historical Sciences, Dean of the Historical Faculty of Donetsk National University, Honored worker of education of Ukraine.
Nikonov A.V., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, State Councellor of the 1st class, the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Nechiporenko V.S., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Ponomarenko B.T., Honoured worker of higher education, Professor of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Varsonofiev V.V., Candidate of Political Science, Military expert.
Chapkin S.V., Honorary Academician, President of the “Academy of Ecology and Law”.
Dannenberg A.N., Doctor of Philosophical Science, Associate Professor of Church-State Relations of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Candidate of Historical Sciences.
Vlasov V.I., Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, State Advisor of the 3rd class.
Boltenkova L.F., Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor.
Ignatov I.S., Candidate of Political Sciences, senior advisor of justice.
Gaiduk V.V., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Legal Sciences, Professor.
Vrajnova M.N., Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University (MADI).
Tihonov A.K., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of History, Archeology and Local History of the Humanitarian Institute of the Vladimir State University, chairman of the Union of Local History of the Vladimir region.
Konuchenko A.I., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Department of History of Russia and foreign countries of Chelyabinsk State University.
Honali Kurbonzoda, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Rector of the "National Institute of professional development and training of educators".
 
 
Abstracts
Boltenkova L.F.
The advance of Russians to the East and the role of Orthodoxy in this process
The beginning of the dynamic advance of Russians to the east of Eurasia was made by the capture of Ivan IV Kazan in 1552. According to the author of the article, this event served as the starting point for the transformation of Russia into a multinational state. The specific circumstances and conditions for the entry of the Udmurts, Bashkirs, Kalmyks into the Russian Power are considered. A special place in the article is given to the role of the Russian Church, which contributed to the cause of the state unification of the peoples who lived in the annexed territories. In addition, attention is paid to ethnological problems, its geographical, genetic and other aspects.
Keywords: east, Russian, peoples of the Volga region, Russian Church, Orthodoxy, ethnicity, heterogeneity, nature factor.
 
Shuplenkov O.V.
The geopolitical strategy of the center in the field of interethnic relations
What should be the national policy in the North Caucasus and other regions of Russia? How should the geopolitical strategy of the federal center in the field of interethnic relations change? What place in this strategy should be assigned to the Russian people? The author of the article, being on the positions of the state, patriotic ideology, outlined the contours of the answers to these questions.
Keywords: interethnic relations, geopolitical strategy, federalism, the status of ethnopolitical communities.
 
Voznesenckiy I.S.
Ideas of the power of time in the Soviet economic thought 1920-1930’s
It is mistakenly believed that the theoretical origins of time management are of foreign origin. The problem of scientific organization of labor attracted domestic scientists and practitioners long before the Bolsheviks came to power, who were also actively interested in developments in this field. With the restructuring of the economy on a planned basis, new approaches to the organization of working time have become a vital necessity.
Keywords: scientific organization of labor, Taylorism, time saving, efficiency.
 
Smirnova M.I.
State-Church in the Russian Federation
In the presented article legal, social, moral and ethical aspects of relations between the state and the Church in present-day Russia are analyzed. Attention is paid to the norms contained in the Constitution of the Russian Federation relating to religion and the Church. At the same time, it is pointed out that the formal legal aspect of state-church relations does not abolish the social ministry of the Church, which is one of the significant factors ensuring the spiritual unification of the population of the Russian Federation.
Keywords: state-church relations, the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the social ministry of the Church.
 
Mikhaylenko A.N.
Skalduckiy S.V.
“Soft law” in Russian-Ukrainian relations
The article is devoted to the problematic moments of Russian-Ukrainian relations. The authors emphasize that the severity in these relations began to accumulate significantly before February 2014, when an unconstitutional coup took place in Kiev. The article shows that until 2014, a considerable part of the problems caused by the contradictions in the relations between the two countries was solved with the help of methods inherent in the sphere of the so-called «shadow policy».
Keywords: Russia, Ukraine, Russian-Ukrainian relations, «soft law», «shadow politics».
 
Yudin V.I.
Specificity of the political and legal situation of the Indians in North America
Disclosing the legal side of the situation of the Indians in the United States, the author notes that they are recognized as the right to self-government. It is formalized in official documents of both the federal and local level. According to these documents, the Indian tribes are independent sovereign units, separated from the states and the federal government. In this regard, the relationship of the US government with the Indian tribes can be considered as intergovernmental. However, the realities of Indian life do not always correspond to the letter of legal documents. According to the author, these realities testify to the “rather difficult situation” in the situation of Aboriginal peoples of the North American continent.
Keywords: The United States of America, the Indian tribes, the political and legal situation of the Indians.
 
Rybakov S.V.
World outlook guidelines of Russian religious philosophy
The article analyzes the most significant traditions of Russian religious philosophy. They are connected with problems of worldview. It was noted that the most important component of the methodology on which the activity of the Russian religious and philosophical school was based was special attention to spiritual and moral issues.
Keywords: Russian religious philosophy, religious factor, Orthodoxy, worldview, cultural and historical identity, spirituality, morality.
 
Kim S.F.
Analysis of the concept of “conservatism” and its relation to progress
The presented material is devoted to the analysis of the relationship between the concepts of “conservatism”, “progress”, “reaction”. In his reflections, the author relies on the works of the German philosopher Gerd-Klaus Kaltenbrunner, who created the theory of “enlightened conservatism.” Following G.-K. Kaltenbrunner, S.F. Kim recognizes the ambiguity of the idea is not limited to any moral and moral institutions, non-stop, reckless progress.
Keywords: conservatism, progress, reaction, capitalism, socialism, moral norms.
 
Suzdaleva T.R.
Afghanistan in 1978–1979 in the context of geopolitical opposition
Article is devoted to identification of the reasons of introduction of Soviet troops to Afghanistan in 1979. The author believes that this decision of the Soviet management was result, first of all, of an aggravation of geopolitical opposition in Cold War, activization of the USA in this region.
Keywords: Foreign policy of the USSR, Cold War, Afghanistan.
 
Ternovaya L.O.
The latest history of “color revolutions”
Analyzes the specificity of that form of social protest, which was called “color revolution”. The protest in the transit community differs from both spontaneous revolt, and from classical revolution. It is the result of extensive use of political and communication technologies that emphasize unprotected or poorly protected sectors of society on the most acute problems, which is prompt decision, borrowed from the practices of other, usually developed countries.
Keywords: social protest, “color revolution”, political regime, political technology.
 
 
Authors
Boltenkova L.F., Doctor of Legal Sciences, Professor of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Kim S.F., Candidate of Philosophy, expert.
Mikhaylenko A.N., Professor of International security and Russian foreign policy chair at the Department of national security, Institute of law and national security, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor.
Rybakov S.V., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the history Deparment of Russian Ural Federal University (Ekaterinburg).
Shuplenkov O.V., Associate Professor of history, law and social sciences, Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute.
Skalduckiy S.V., Candidate of Political sciences.
Smirnova M.I., Candidate of Political Sciences.
Suzdaleva T.R., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of History of The Bauman MSTU.
Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).
Voznesenckiy I.S., Lecturer of the Department of Sociology and Management, Business coach, specialist in personal and collective effectiveness.
Yudin V.I., Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor.