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Volume 15. Issue 2 (49) April - June / 2017

CHANGING AGENCY IN WORLD POLITICS

REALITY AND THEORY
International Science and Technology Relations as a New Geopolitical Reality
Crisis of the Nation-States in the Middle East
Russian-Japanese Rapprochement through the Lenses of IR Theory
Philosophy of Cross-Cultural Communication

ANALYTICAL PRISMS Digest of Foreign Publications
Conceptual Approaches to the Definition of Power in IR Theory

CATCHING A TREND
Military Force in Obama’s Policy
Tensions in Application of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Principle in Hong Kong
Public Diplomacy of Russian Border Regions
European Academic Community as a Political Actor
Regional Universities Facing Dilemma?

WORLD BUSINESS AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
The Economization of Diplomatic Services and Scientific Diplomacy in Developed Countries

Letter to the Editor
Public Support of Export Activities in Welfare States

SCRIPTA MANENT Book reviews
Experts at RAND on World Politics

Binnendijk, H. Friends, Foes and Future Directions: U.S. Partnerships in a Turbulent World. Santa Monica, California: RAND Corporation, 2016. 163 p.

U.S. Global Predominance is Here to Stay

Brooks S.G., Wohlforth W.C. America Abroad: The United States’ Global Role in the 21st Century. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 274 p.


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CHANGING AGENCY IN WORLD POLITICS