В журнале «Espacios», входящем в базу цитирований SCOPUS, опубликована статья директора ИнИМЭО В.В. Перской «The transformation of international cooperation enhancement criteria during the transition to multipolarity».
 
Abstract 
The transition to a multipolar world does not imply a return to a bipolar system, because nowadays, there is no single strategic or ideological force that could singlehandedly oppose the established material and spiritual hegemony of the Golden Billion countries. At that, multipolarity does not come down to either nonpolarity or multilateralism, it does not imply the presence of a world government, does not give exclusive rights to regulation and government in the world to the “club of countries headed by the USA and their allies in protecting human rights and enforcing democracy", and does not imply the exclusive influence of sub-state networks, nongovernmental organizations or other subjects of a civil society. It is not the regional centers, headed by regional states, that can act as the poles of the multipolar configuration and realize their interests, but the states (national, but not mononational), regardless of their population size, economic power, and military potential. This ensures equality, respect for sovereignty, mutually beneficial partnership, non-intrusion into the traditions and values of other nations and peoples, and, most importantly, the sustainable development of each country, based on the national interests of partners. The multipolarity principles are implemented at the level of international treaties of sovereign states. A typical condition is the depoliticization of economic interaction, since multipolarity implies the abandonment of “bloc-based thinking", the idea of “opposition", and the creation of images of potential enemies.
 
Выходные данные статьи: Perskaya V. The transformation of international cooperation enhancement criteria during the transition to multipolarity. Espacios, 2017, Vol. 38(№ 54), p. 24.
 
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