International Affairs A Russian Journal of World Politics, Diplomacy and International Relations

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Offering unique, first-hand analysis of major foreign policy and security issues facing Russia and other former Soviet republics, this internationally renowned journal is the English translation of the Russian-language journal Mezhdunarodnaia zhizn (www.interaffairs.ru), which is published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. The editorial board of this journal is traditionally headed by the minister himself, while the journal’s contributors are primarily experienced, high-ranking diplomats. As such, International Affairs is an excellent primary source for anyone interested in the course of Russian policy in foreign affairs.

International Affairs often includes material from independent analysts, whose opinions may or may not differ from the official line. Roundtable discussions on topical world issues will also usually include representatives from the Russian Academy of Sciences, as well as from think tanks and universities.

In addition to current issues, International Affairs also features a section devoted to History and Memoirs, in which retired diplomats reminisce about their service to the homeland in various parts of the world. These pieces are usually devoted to a diplomat’s experience in contested, or relatively unknown, episodes of international relations.

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Editor-in-Chief: Armen Oganesyan

Executive Secretary: Evgenia Pyadysheva

Editorial Advisory Board:
Sergei Lavrov
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia

Vladimir Titov
First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia

Aleksei Meshkov
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia

Sergei Ryabkov
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia

Vitaly Churkin
Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN

Vladimir Chizov
Permanent Representative of Russia to the European Union

Sergei Mareev
Director General of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia

Konstantin Kosachev
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Federation Council

Mikhail Seslavinsky
Head of the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications

Vladimir Lukin
Doctor of Science (History)

Mikhail Margelov
Special Representative of the Russian President for Cooperation with African Countries

Anatolii Torkunov
Rector, Moscow State Institute of International Relations

Yevgeny Primakov
Academician

Igor Ivanov
President, Russian International Affairs Council

Georgy Petrov
Vice President, Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Aleksandr Avdeev
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Vatican

Andrei Denisov
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the PRC

Aleksandr Yakovenko
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom

Yury Shafranik
Chairman of the Board, Interstate Oil Company Soyuzneftegaz

Aleksandr Dzasokhov
Doctor of Science (Political Science)

Alexey Pushkov
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, State Duma

Aleksandr Panov
Doctor of Science (Political Science)

Alexey Fedotov
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Slovak Republic

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Volume 65, No. 6 (2019)

CONTENTS

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF INTERVIEWS

“No Positive Changes in Washington’s Policy Toward Russia”    
S. Ryabkov        

WORLD ISSUES

Russian-Chinese Relations: A New Historical Stage of Development                            
I. Morgulov        

The U.S. in Afghanistan: From Military-Political Euphoria to the Dilemma of Troop Withdrawal            
M. Konarovsky    

Can North Korean Nuclear Missile Crisis Be Resolved?        
G. Ivashentsov        

Islamic Maximalism and Minimalism: Political Processes in the Middle East and Africa        
Ye. Zelenev, O. Ozerov    

Pan-Africanism as a Trend of African Regionalism            
Yu. Manina        

Sustainable Development as a Common Denominator        
V. Davydov        

VIEWPOINT

State Terrorism: A New Wave of Debates                
A. Varfolomeyev    

COMMENTARY AND ESSAYS

“We Will Fight for the Market”                    
Yu. Shafranik        

Public-Private Partnership as a Mechanism for Reaching UN Sustainable Development Goals: Nornickel’s Experience                
V. Gasumyanov    

In the Context of Big Geopolitics: Yemen Through the Prism of the Arab Spring            
A. Bourt        

The Cross-Year as New Impetus for Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Between Vietnam and Russia                        
Ngo Duc Manh    

Negotiating the Russian Troop Withdrawal From Latvia (1992-1994)                        
S. Zotov            

Intellectual Integration of the Post-Soviet Space            
V. Nikanorov        

THE BRITISH VECTOR

Constitutional Foundations of the United Kingdom in Light of Brexit                            
Ye. Ananieva        

Northern Ireland After Brexit: Deliberations and Forecasts        
N. Mishchenko    

Why Britain Took Part in the 2019 European Parliament Elections                
T. Andreyeva        

SOFT POWER

U.S. Humanitarian Presence in Central Asia: Drawing the Region Into Its Realm of Influence            
A. Velikaya        

How to Correctly Apply the Concept of Soft Power            
A. Ganoshchenko    

IN COMMEMORATION

Yevgeny Primakov’s Middle Eastern Legacy: On the Occasion of His 90th Birth Anniversary            
A. Baklanov        

Remembering Yevgeny Primakov: Feelings and Thoughts on His 90th Birth Anniversary        
I. Kravchenko        

HISTORY AND MEMOIRS

The History of Russian Emigration From China to the U.S., 1920s-1950s                        
I. Pozdnyakov        

70 Years Ago: How the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the USSR Was Established                
K. Barsky        

BOOK REVIEWS

USSR-Germany: 1932-1941                        
A. Dyukov        

V. Surguladze. World Politics in the Mirror of the Analysis of the Contemporary Political Science            
I. Umnova-Konyukhova        
    
The White Book of the Ainu People                
A. Rudnitsky, S. Zhestky    

From the Frontlines of War to the Frontlines of Diplomacy            
V. Shtol    

The Caspian Region. Vol. 1-4                        
A. Kachalova        


INDEX TO VOLUME 65 (NOS. 1-6)
JANUARY-DECEMBER 2019