Institute of Sociology
of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Polis. Political Studies  

 
No 5, 2019 
Topic: New Trends in the Studies of World Politics 
 
CONTENT: 
 

PRESENTING THIS ISSUE

Presenting this Issue (p. 6)

WE IN THE WORLD, THE WORLD IN US

Torkunov A.V. International Studies: Chaos or Pluralism? (p. 7-18)

THEME OF THE ISSUE: NEW TRENDS IN THE STUDIES OF WORLD POLITICS

Gaman-Golutvina O.V. Overcoming Methodological Differences: The Debate about Knowledge Politics in an Age of Uncertainty (p. 19-42)

Kravchenko S.A. Spiral of the Complication of Violence: a Demand for a Humanistic Policy (p. 43-55)

Sergeev V.M., Kazantzev A.A., Medvedeva S.M. The Crisis of Constructivism and Methodological Problems of Studying International Relations (p. 56-70)

Lebedeva M.M., Kuznetsov D.A. Transregional Integration as a New Phenomenon of World Politics: Nature and Prospects (p. 71-84)

DIXI!

Bogaturov A.D. The Chinese Angle in the World-system Management (p. 85-95)

LABORATORY

Blagoveshchensky Yu.N., Satarov G.A. Network Modeling of Mass Political Consciousness. A Method (p. 96-118)

RUSSIA TODAY

Petukhov V.V., Petukhov R.V. Request for Change: Factors and Causes of its Actualization, Key Components, and Potential Carriers (p. 119-133)

Kozyreva P.M., Smirnov A.I. Trust in Unstable Russian Society (p. 134-147)

POLITICAL DISCOURSE

Klemeshev A.P., Ilyin M.V. Lost in Translation. Being the Problem (p. 148-166)

Kasatkin P.I., Romanenko A.V. The Rhetoric of the Political Leaders of Russia and the U.S.: a Comparative Analysis (p. 167-180)

Zverev Yu.M., Mezhevich N.M. Approaches to the Typology of European Small Countries (Case of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) (p. 181-191)