This book is the final one in the author’s series of four monographs dealing with the study of the origin, formation and consolidation of the Anglo-Saxon model of social order, in general, and the armed forces, in particular. It examines issues related to the birth of the American nation and statehood and analyzes the thorny path the two main Anglo-Saxon states have travelled in their relationship from confrontation to the actual military and political alliance.
It is the first attempt in domestic historical science to trace the formation of the Anglo-Saxon ideology based on imperial nationalism and its practical implementation under the sign of these two states’ ‘domination’ in the international arena.
The book is intended for students of world politics and international law, experts in international and military security, as well as for all those interested in the problems of international relations.
This book continues a series of Sergei L. Pechurov’s publications on the origins and development of the Anglo-Saxon model of society and armed forces. The author examines dominant views (both historical and current) in the Anglo-Saxon military science on military reforms. This book, for the first time in the Russian military and historical scholarship, traces the links between military reforms in the Anglo-Saxon countries (mainly, in the United States) and the revolution in military affairs. Drawing on numerous examples the author illustrates a thorny path of these military reforms and outlines the main trends for future military reforms both in the Anglo-Saxon countries and globally.
The book is addressed to the students of military and civil institutions of higher education specializing in world politics and international law, experts in international and military security, and to a wider audience of readers interested in military planning.
The fundamental historical and political work by A.A. Kokoshin, an Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the sixth Secretary of Russia’s Security Council is dedicated to the biography and creative work of Alexander Andreevich Svechin, an outstanding national military leader, military theoretician and political scientist.
The book analyzes his methodology of research into the relationship between politics, military strategy, operational art and tactics; his views on the correlation between defense and offensive in military strategy; formulas for strategic leadership and Svechin’s insightful observations on the future war (WWII).
The book is intended for specialists in the field of politico-military and military strategic problems and for all those who are interested in national military history. It can be used for educational purposes in civil and military educational institutions.
This textbook examines identity and culture as pivotal factors in contemporary international relations. It explores theoretical foundations of culture and identity studies and particularities of leading world powers’ cultures and identities. Special attention is paid to cross-cultural interactions and differences. This textbook summarizes author’s experience in teaching cultural aspects of international relations in Lomonosov Moscow State University for more than a decade.
This book is addressed to both undergraduate and graduate students and lecturers of political science and international relations, as well as to a wider audience of readers interested in contemporary world politics.
This publication summarizes the domestic and foreign experience of building a psychological portrait of a politician's personality. It also covers the history of the phenomenon and the concept of the psychological portrait and the current state of this issue. It explores the portrait-building potential of psychological theories, methodological grounds and methods of constructing a psychological portrait. Considerable attention is paid to the problem of portraying results reliability.
For specialists in the field of political and social psychology, political science, as well as students, undergraduates and postgraduates studying political and psychological sciences.