Series 6
POLITICAL SCIENCE. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Issue 3, 2015

Contents Page
CTUAL PROBLEMS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
1 Soviet foreign policy prior to and in the early months of WWII: geopolitical and ideological factors
Lantsov S. A.
4-14
2 French existentialism: political philosophy in the conditions of national catastrophe
Poliakova N. V.
15-24
3 The revival of populism: european experience and russian practices
Baranov N. A.
25-36
4 The features of formation of political and administrative development institutions of modern India
Volkova A. V.
37-45
5 Permeability of recruitment channels into the political elite
Shentyakova A. V.
46-56
6 Political consciousness, political unconscious and political psyche: revision of approaches to the structure and defi nition
Martyanov D. S.
57-69
7 Political humor as an object of political science (case of political jokes)
Budko D. A.
70-82
8 The modern theoretical approaches to investigation of the immigration policy
Kropachev S. M.
83-90
9 Political myth and ritual as socio-cultural grounds of the symbolic politics
Gigauri D. I.
91-98
POLITICAL PROCESSES IN WESTERN HEMISPHERE: HISTORY AND TODAY
10 Achievements and challenges of the inter-merican system of human rights in the new regional context
Jeifets V. L., Khadorich L. V.
99-112
11 Neo-imperial geopolitics in Latin America and the Caribbean: current problems and perspectives
Goltsov A. G.
113-126
12 The problem of illegal migration from Latin America to the US: intransigent political positions
Kudeyarova N. Yu.
127-135
13 Brazilian borders of international affairs
Pavlova E. B.
136-146
14 The unsecured loans: some reflections about the Russian policy in Venezuela
Jeifets L. S., Rozental D. M.
147-158
15 QuebecUSA relations since the 1940s till the beginning of 2010s
Akimov Yu. G.
159-169