1/2021
PERIODICS

RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY AS A DETERMINANT OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC POLITICS OF SAUDI ARABIA IN THE 21ST CENTURY

The energy policy of Saudi Arabia is discussed in this dissertation. Saudi Arabia as a state riched in oil, represents one of the world’s key factor in the energy field. However, oil is an energy gent which greatly contributes to environmental decline and climate changes. States and their citizens, . . .

1/2021
PERIODICS

RUSSIAN CHURCH DIVISION AND RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE

The article focuses on the origins and further evolution of the Church Schism in Russia as well as on the legal status of the representatives of the Old Believers in Russia. Church reforms initiated by patriarch Nikon and the local Church Council in 1666-1667 banned all elements of the old Russian church . . .

1/2021
PERIODICS

HIGH SKY – LOW TENSION: CAN INDIA AND CHINA FIND COMMON INTEREST IN OUTER SPACE?

Cold War rivalry spilled into space when the Soviets launched Sputnik in 1957, leading to space being recognised as the fourth domain of warfare. As the monopoly of the US and former Soviet Union eroded, it created space for new actors to emerge from Asia, where China and India due to their investemnts . . .

1/2021
PERIODICS

THE ROLE OF CROATIAN MYTHOLOGEMS IN GENERATING SERBOPHOBIA: CROATIA AS „THE BULWARK OF CHRISTENDOM“ AND SERBS AS „VLACHS“

There are many examples of historical constructs, which have been serving the ideology of „Croatian state law“ for centuries. This paper is a continuation of the consideration of the most important Croatian mythologems that have served as building blocks of the national identity of Croats. Some of . . .


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