|Trofimova N.N. Key benefits of talent management for the modern organization||11|
|Ethnology, anthropology and ethnography|
|Kurkov V.V. Don Cossacks in the Belarusian raid of the colonel A.I. Chernyshev in 1812||19|
|Historiography, source studies, methods of historical research|
|Aiba T.G. Abkhaz and Abaza cultural centers in Turkey and the Middle East||27|
|Adzhieva Z.I., Batchaeva M.K., Adzhiev A.M. The influence of the information war on the criminalization of the behavior of minors||37|
|Documentary, documentation science, archiving|
|Tatlioglu Erman Security of the black sea region: montreux convention||42|
|History of international relations and foreign policy|
|Smirnova E.B. Mozambique in China’s foreign policy||54|
|Raad Feras-Adam, Mardakore Adili Mahamat Nasr. The problem of water resources in the foreign policy of the SAR||60|
|Giorgi Gikashvili The Role and Influence of Bidzina Ivanishvili on Georgia’s Foreign Policy Priorities||68|
|Kim Sunwal Cooperation between South Korea and Russia in the Arctic in the field of logistics||74|
|Laptev E.A. Activities of the Council for Cooperation in the Field of Fundamental Science of the CIS Member States in the Context of Eurasian Intellectual Integration (2011-2021)||79|
|Men’shikov M.S. Legal education and science in Bashkiria in the context of socio-political transformations in the second half of the 1980s - early 1990s||87|
|Rahmani Ahmad Zubair, Nabizada Murtaza. History of Russia from the 9th to the 17th century||95|
|Kudzieva S.O. Evacuation to SOASSR in the first years of the Great Patriotic War (summer 1941 – summer 1942)||100|
|Aksyutov A.A. Participation of the Kuban Trade Union of education workers in collectivization and collective farm construction in 1920-1934||106|
|Tonian D.A. From the history of the formation of the Armenian Diaspora in Stavropol||114|
|Alomoto Bravo K.L., Lyutova O.V. Diamond whistle blower: sports, diplomacy and intelligence during the Caribbean crisis of 1962||125|
|Ziyaev A.A., Voronkov A.S. Human resources of Uzbekistan as a contribution to the common victory in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)||133|
|Danilov I.L., Ivlev S.I., Pirogova A., Rusiano M.P. Applied Analysis of the Foreign Policy of the EU Leading Countries by the Example of France and Germany||147|
|Ryabova E.L. The image of the teacher in the representation of students: a secondary analysis of foreign studies||159|
|Gavrilyuk N.P. Culture of higher education quality in historical retrospective||169|
|Shuplenkov O.V., Shuplenkov N.O. The educational role of the value-semantic categories of the Cossacks||178|
|Vrajnova M.N., Ternovaya L.O. Features of teaching sociology at the Transport University||187|
Key benefits of talent management for the modern organization
The purpose of this article is to review the key benefits of talent management for the modern organization. The issue of talent management is becoming increasingly relevant in the process of increasing globalization and accelerating the dynamics of external changes. The influence of talent management on the efficiency of the organization and the main stages in determining the process of talent management and workforce planning in modern conditions are considered.
Key words: talent management, talent control, business efficiency, personnel management.
Don Cossacks in the Belarusian raid of the colonel A.I. Chernyshev in 1812
The article discusses various aspects of the history of the cavalry raid carried out at the final stage of the Patriotic War of 1812 by the detachment of Colonel A.I. Chernyshev, consisting of only one Don Cossack regiment of Panteleev, through the entire territory of Belarus occupied by Napoleonic troops to establish communication between the army of Admiral Chichagov and Wittgenstein's corps. The author concludes that the success of Chernyshev's daring expedition, as well as his subsequent well-known military victories, was determined by the fighting qualities of the Don Cossacks.
Key words: Don Cossacks, Panteleev's regiment, A.I. Chernyshev, Chichagov's army, raid, opening of communication, Wittgenstein's corps.
Abkhaz and Abaza cultural centers in Turkey and the Middle East
The resettlement of the highlanders to Turkey and the formation of cultural centers have not yet found proper coverage in scientific publications. The purpose of this article is to show, on the basis of published scientific sources and information received from respondents during the period of field research, how cultural centers become a socially and politically significant tool that affects the preservation of material and spiritual culture, which contributes to an increase in ethnic self-awareness among Abkhazians and Abaza, living outside the ethnic homeland. The reasons that served as the mass migration of Abkhazians and Abaza to Turkey are stated. he area of settlement of Abkhazians and Abaza in Turkey and the Middle East (Jordan, Syria) is considered in detail. The issues of adaptation of these peoples in Turkey and the Middle East and the history of the emergence of Abkhazian and Abaza cultural centers, which served as the basis for the consolidation of Abkhazians and Abaza abroad, are also touched upon. The author introduces the topical problems that influenced the processes of assimilation of Abkhazians and Abaza in the host states. The article highlights the socio-political, cultural and educational work of the public organization "World Abkhaz-Abaza Congress" (WAC), and the Abkhaz Federation of Cultural Centers (Abkhazfed), which deals with the preservation of the native language and ethnic culture. Their joint activities are aimed at preserving the history, traditions and native language of the Abkhazians and Abaza, settled all over the world as a result of the tragic events associated with ethnopolitical processes at the turn of the 19th-20th centuries.
Key words: Abkhazians, Abaza, Apsuara, cultural centers, Turkey, culture, ethnos, self-preservation, identity.
The influence of the information war on the criminalization of the behavior of minors
The mass media can have the strongest impact on the formation of a fragile personality of a minor. At a young age, a person is not only actively formed, learns the surrounding reality, but also develops an appropriate attitude towards it in accordance with which he will build his behavior in the future. And teenagers are the future of our country. The article discusses the negative impact of information wars on the personality of a minor, due to the lack of effective counteraction in modern realities.
Key words: information wars, minors, criminalization of minors, influence of Internet content.
Security of the black sea region: montreux convention
The article is devoted to the importance of the Montreux Convention in ensuring of the Russian national security in the Black Sea region. The current geopolitical situation, on the one hand, leads to revising the international status of the Straits and the introducing the new rules of navigation for the Black Sea and non-Black Sea States. On the other hand, the growing military presence of the NATO determines the importance of preserving the Convention as a deterrent. The Straits Zone has historically been a sphere of interests between Turkey, Russia and the West States, and the motives that moved the countries remained even the issue of commercial and military shipping in the Straits was settled at the international level. The aggravation of relations with the West during the Ukrainian crisis, the special warfare in Syria and the difficulties in Russian-Turkish relations have caused the necessity for politicians, experts and researchers to pay close attention to the problem of Straits. The facts that testifying a direct violation of the Convention both in the field of commercial and military shipping, as well as the construction of the new Istanbul Canal, require a detailed analysis in order to determine the actual interests of the countries participating in the Convention and countries wishing to cancel or revise this document. A clear definition of possible problems and prospects related to the change in the international legal status of the Straits in future will help to avoid mistakes and miscalculations in the field of Russian foreign policy on the Black Sea region.
Key words: security, Montreux Convention, NATO, Russia, Turkey, shipping, Black Sea and non-Black Sea States, Black Sea region, the Straits.
Mozambique in China's foreign policy
This article will examine the role of Mozambique in China's foreign policy. China's rise to world power status in recent decades has been accompanied by deepening economic relations with Africa, with the expansion of the New Silk Road to sub-Saharan Africa as the latest step, leading to much academic debate about the impact of Chinese business on the continent.
The author will identify the reasons for China's interest in Mozambique, study the main areas of cooperation, and analyze the Chinese influence on the development of Mozambique.
Key words: PRC, foreign policy, Mozambique, international relations.
Mardakore Adili Mahamat Nasr
The problem of water resources in the foreign policy of the SAR
The paper examines the problems of the foreign policy of water resources of the Syrian Arab Republic. The paper notes the problematic state of the surface and underwater water resources of the Syrian state. The growing shortage of clean, fresh water is closely linked to problems in Syria's domestic and foreign policy. The main sources of water begin their flow in other countries, including the Euphrates has a source in Turkey, which regulates their flow to the territory of Syria. At the same time, Iraq also depends on the flow of the Euphrates and the Tigris. Syria has managed to conclude a number of agreements with Lebanon and Jordan, but this does not help solve the water shortage problem. Also, the situation with the shortage of water resources is complicated by the occupation of the Golan Heights by Israel, because of which Syria was cut off from large sources of fresh water in the south of the country. As a result of the study, it is concluded that if the Syrian government fails to fix the flow of water with Turkey through new agreements, the shortage of water resources will increase.
Key words: foreign policy, Syria, Middle East, water resources, international relations, Turkey, Israel, Euphrates, Tigris.
The Role and Influence of Bidzina Ivanishvili on Georgia's Foreign Policy Priorities
In this article, the author considered the role of the former Prime Minister of Georgia, Bidzina Ivanishvili, who ruled in 2012-2013. The process of coming to power is described, and the priority areas of the country, that were formed under his rule, which at the present time do not lose their relevance, are also highlighted. One of the important factors is the phenomenon of a change of power through elections. Georgia's external priorities have not changed, the country continues the path of European integration again.
The priority areas of Georgia are considered: the visa liberalization process is described, attention is focused on the action plan for obtaining the status of a candidate for EU membership, one of which is the “deoligarchization” of the country. The author believes that the role and influence of Bidzina Ivanishvili on foreign policy processes is great, but the consequences will be clear after Georgia fulfills 12 points, including the “de-oligarchization” of the directly related role of the individual.
Key words: Bidzina Ivanishvili, Georgian Dream, foreign policy processes, Georgia, Russia, EU, de-oligarchization.
Cooperation between South Korea and Russia in the Arctic in the field of logistics
The proposed article is devoted to the importance of the Northern Sea Route maritime transport route in bilateral cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Korea. The purpose of the study is to identify the specifics of cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan in the space of the Northern Sea Route, which is a springboard for the development of joint transport and logistics, trade, energy and research projects. The theoretical basis of the study was structural realism, which allowed us to consider bilateral cooperation as a tool for strengthening the potential of the two states in the most important areas for them. Studying various aspects of cooperation between the two countries during the operation of the NSR, the author reviewed the activities of the Russian-Korean Transport Committee, the intensity of LNG transportation along this route, the process of creating hubs in port cities, as well as the development of joint projects in the transport, logistics and energy sectors. In conclusion, the author notes that the development of maritime cargo transportation on the Northern Sea Route is beneficial to both Russia and the Republic of Korea. The Republic of Korea seeks to develop relations with Russia on the exploitation of the Northern Sea Route, thus building a friendly dialogue in the wake of short- and long-term projects that will benefit both countries.
Key words: Russia, Republic of Korea, Northern Sea Route, logistics, Arctic, trade, cooperation, shipping.
Activities of the Council for Cooperation in the Field of Fundamental Science of the CIS Member States in the Context of Eurasian Intellectual Integration (2011-2021)
The article is devoted to the institutionalization of the common scientific high-tech and humanitarian complex of the CIS countries and the formation of the Common Scientific Innovation Space (ENIP) of Greater Eurasia on the example of the activities of the Council for Cooperation in the Field of Fundamental Science of the Commonwealth Member States. The author explores the target settings and features of the implementation of the integration process of scientific institutions of the CIS countries, shows the leading role of Russia as a moderator of intellectual and scientific and technological interaction in the post-Soviet space. The policy of expanding cooperation between the CIS states is developing within the framework of general integration trends in the establishment of a new regional-global geopolitical association - Greater Eurasia. The purpose of the article is to highlight the role and significance of the Council for Cooperation in the Field of Fundamental Science of the Commonwealth in the process of forming a common research complex of the Commonwealth.
Key words: post-Soviet states, Commonwealth of Independent States, Council for Cooperation in Fundamental Science of the CIS Member States, academic dialogue, scientific and technical cooperation, scientific diplomacy, Eurasian integration, Common Scientific Innovation Space.
Legal education and science in Bashkiria in the context of socio-political transformations in the second half of the 1980s - early 1990s
The article is devoted to the peculiarities of the development of the higher legal school of Bashkiria in 1985-1991, when, in the context of the liberalization of public life and humanitarian knowledge in the USSR, measures were taken to modernize the system of training qualified lawyers. The aim of the study is to highlight the key areas of the USSR state policy in the development of legal education and science in the context of the concepts of "perestroika" in the second half of the 1980s and its refraction in the activities of the executive power of the Bashkir ASSR. The subject of the research is the regulations aimed at improving the quality of legal education in Bashkiria, the evolution of the infrastructure and personnel of the higher legal school of the republic, the development of institutions to improve the legal literacy of citizens. The methodological basis of the study is the modernization concept of the historical process in combination with the formational approach, general scientific principles of objectivity and consistency, a set of special methods of historical research. The novelty of the paper lies in the fact that for the first time it presents an overview of the content and specifics of the implementation of the state policy for the modernization of higher legal education in the Bashkir ASSR during the period of "perestroika". The author focuses on the activities of the Faculty of Law of the Bashkir State University. The article concludes that in the second half of 1980 - 1991 the Higher Law School of Ufa, despite the difficulties caused by the growing socio-economic and political crisis in the country, has made a significant step forward in its institutional, scientific and methodological development.
Key words: Bashkir ASSR, Republic of Bashkortostan, perestroika, Russian reforms of the 1990s, educational policy, legal education, law schools, Russian higher school, jurisprudence, Bashkir State University.
Rahmani Ahmad Zubair
History of Russia from the 9th to the 17th century
The article presents a historical analysis of the early stages of the formation and formation of the Russian state as a unitary monarchy, formed from a previously federal state. The main milestones in the history of the state of that period are shown and the sequence of its evolution is revealed. As a result of historical analysis, the reasons for the weakness of the federal structure of Kievan Rus and the advantages of centralization of administration in the adoption of the model of a unitary state were revealed. The history of the Russian state in the analyzed historical period is presented in the form of a chronology.
Key words: period, board, Rus', state, confrontation, unification.
Evacuation to SOASSR in the first years of the Great Patriotic War (summer 1941 - summer 1942)
One of the most topical topics in Russian historiography is the history of the Great Patriotic War.
This article deals with the activities carried out by the Soviet and party authorities of the SOASSR on the issues of accepting the evacuated population from the frontline zone in the first years of the war.
The purpose of this article is to reveal new facts in the policy of local party and Soviet authorities in relation to the evacuated population.
Research methods used in the work: historical-comparative and statistical.
According to archival materials, the government of the North Ossetian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic took a number of measures to accept, accommodate and provide all necessary refugees at the expense of local funds. The implementation of all resolutions was strictly controlled by the republican authorities, and in case of failure by the responsible officials to comply with the orders, sanctions were applied. Despite the absence of a clearly developed state plan for the evacuation, local authorities coped with all the tasks assigned to them.
Key words: social policy, evacuation, refugees, SOASSR, State Defense Committee, Ordzhonikidze (Vladikavkaz) Defense Committee.
Participation of the Kuban Trade Union of education workers in collectivization and collective farm construction in 1920-1934
The purpose of the study is to determine the nature, tasks and directions of participation of the Kuban Trade Union of Education Workers in collectivization and collective farm construction in 1920-1934. The scientific novelty lies in establishing the specifics of the work of the Kuban enlighteners in relation to collectivization, their contribution to collective farm construction; the role of teaching, which was assigned to it by the ruling regime of that time. The directions in which the trade union of education workers developed its activities in relation to collectivization and collective farm construction, in our opinion, relate both to ideological and educational work and to a purely domestic (economic) device, which was due to the urgent needs of the period under review.
Key words: trade union of education workers, members of the board of trade union, educational program, execution of collective agreements, collectivization, farm construction, collective farm infrastructure.
From the history of the formation of the Armenian Diaspora in Stavropol
The article is devoted to the history of the formation and development of the Armenian diaspora in the city of Stavropol. The main stages of the migrations of Armenians and their foundations are considered. It is noted that there are both internal migration processes (movement of Armenians from other regions of Russia to Stavropol) and external (moving from abroad: Armenia or Artsakh). Particular attention is paid to the role of well-known public figures, mainly merchants and philanthropists, from among the representatives of the Diaspora, their contribution to the development of the city in infrastructural, cultural, economic and other respects. Largely due to the charitable activities of wealthy Armenians, there was a positive attitude towards Armenians from other ethnic groups living in the city and the region. This, in turn, made the city attractive for those willing or forced to resettle Armenians. Newly arrived Armenians received help and support, including in charitable institutions founded by compatriots. And since the local authorities were interested in establishing economic ties with neighboring countries and the Armenians played an important role in this, it is not surprising that the diaspora in the region was not subjected to any harassment, being a national minority. Now the Armenian community takes an active part in the economic, socio-economic, political and cultural life of the region. Until now, buildings created with the assistance of representatives of the diaspora have been preserved in the historical part of the city.
Key words: diaspora, Stavropol, Armenians, migration, merchants, community.
Alomoto Bravo K.L.
Diamond whistle blower: sports, diplomacy and intelligence during the Caribbean crisis of 1962
One of the most curious and least known events of the Cold War is how the presence of soccer fields on Cuban soil gave the United States a clue of what was happening on the island of Cuba. Soviet influence during the Cold War went beyond technological and military aid; the island was marked by Soviet culture even after the Cold War.
Key words: missiles, baseball, soccer, Russia, Cuba.
Human resources of Uzbekistan as a contribution to the common victory in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)
In the article, based on the analysis of the mobilization that took place in a high patriotic spirit in the Uzbek SSR during the Great Patriotic War, the preparation of the quantitative and qualitative composition of human mobilization resources, as well as the organizational measures of party and Soviet organizations together with military registration and enlistment offices to address these issues in the shortest possible time, aimed for the timely implementation of the resolutions of the State Defense Committee on the mass conscription of those liable for military service.
Key words: mobilization, resources, state defense committee, great patriotic war, conscription, military council, local party, soviet and military bodies.
Applied Analysis of the Foreign Policy of the EU Leading Countries by the Example of France and Germany
The article is devoted to applied methods of analysis of foreign policy of EU countries. The analysis of the geographical structure of exports and imports, content analysis of doctrinal foreign policy documents, as well as voting on the most topical issues in the UNGA are considered.
Key words: EU, quantitative methods of analysis, content analysis, voting, international organizations, foreign policy, international trade.
The image of the teacher in the representation of students: a secondary analysis of foreign studies
The article discusses the theoretical aspects of constructing the image of a teacher. Its constituent elements, features that provide the teacher with a positive perception on the part of students, their parents, etc. are determined.
By the method of secondary analysis, the results of a study by foreign scientists reflecting the perception of the teacher by students from different countries are interpreted.
It is concluded that, on the one hand, there are quite stable characteristics of the teacher's image (a woman, serious, standing at the blackboard, etc.), as well as variable – changing in different countries and depending on socially determined factors (national dress, behavior in the classroom, etc.)
Key words: image, form, teacher, professional behavior, research, construction.
Culture of higher education quality in historical retrospective
In the context of periodic amendments and additions to the current legislative and regulatory legal acts in the field of science and education, to the Federal State Educational Standards in order to improve the practice of organizing the educational process, improve the quality of higher education and the results of research work, increase control over the level of competence formation, it is important to trace the practices and trends of all these transformations in a historical retrospective. The article discusses the possibilities and importance of quality assurance in higher education through the prism of European practice, Russian experience, institutional interest as a set of measures and tools to improve the practice of providing higher education. Concern about quality assurance in the university environment is relevant and important, because at the international level, quality is the decision that gives the university credibility in front of customers, makes it competitive in the international market, and ensures its existence.
Key words: historical retrospective, university, higher education, education quality, competencies, competency-based approach, employers, Bologna process, accreditation.
The educational role of the value-semantic categories of the Cossacks
The purpose of the study is to identify the cultural and historical features of the folk pedagogy of the Cossacks in the upbringing of the younger generation and to determine the spiritual and ideological, socially significant values and ideals of the Cossack culture that determine the axiological foundations of a system-activity approach to education. The paper reveals the pedagogical potential of the cultural Cossack community as a significant condition for the realization of the values of the Cossack way of life, which is a condition for the effectiveness of the implementation of a system-activity approach to the upbringing of the younger on the basis of Cossack pedagogy.
Key words: pedagogy, Cossacks, culture, education, traditions, family.
Features of teaching sociology at the Transport University
The article analyzes the experience accumulated by the Department of Sociology and Management of the Moscow Automobile and Highway State Technical University (MADI) in introducing issues related to the sociology of transport into the subject field of the subject "Sociology". The work of teachers of the department is built taking into account modern needs in the transition of higher education to new educational technologies, the use of the principles of transdisciplinarity and integrated learning. The article shows how the problems of the sociology of transport make it possible to reveal the directions where the theoretical and practical meanings of the transport development of society are combined. the authors illustrate these educational tasks: with ideas about the time factor changing due to the new mobility; examples of transport behavior of the population; analysis of the functioning of transport in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic; addressing transport safety issues; appeal to the transport component of youth subcultures. As an argument in favor of integrating issues related to the social role of transport in the discipline "Sociology", an example of the educational component of transport policy is given.
Key words: university education, transport university, road construction industry, interdisciplinary connections, pedagogical innovations, sociology.
Aiba T.G., Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), St.Petersburg.
Adzhiev A.M., Post-graduate Student, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “North Caucasian State Academy”.
Adzhieva Z.I., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of State and administrative and legal disciplines, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “North Caucasian State Academy”.
Aksyutov A.A., Applicant. Kuban State University of Technology, Krasnodar.
Alomoto Bravo K.L., 1st year student, Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod.
Batchaeva M.K., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of General History, Karachay-Cherkess State University named after U.D. Alieva.
Danilov I.L., Master of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Gavrilyuk N.P., Candidate of Historical Sciences. Associate Professor of the Department of History of the Institute of History and Law, Kaluga State University.
Giorgi Gikashvili, Post-graduate Student, Department of TIMO PFUR in the direction of international relations. Russian University of Peoples' Friendship.
Ivlev S.I., Master of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Kim Sunwal, Post-graduate student of the Department of Theory and History. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Kudzieva S.O., Graduate student of the faculty of History of the North Ossetian University.
Kurkov V.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of History of Kaluga State University.
Laptev E.A., Associate Professor, Director of the Recreational and Health Center. Ufa University of Science and Technology.
Lyutova O.V., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language, Professional Speech and Intercultural Communication, Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod.
Mardakore Adili Mahamat Nasr, Student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Men'shikov M.S., Lecturer. College of the M. Akmullah Bashkir State Pedagogical University.
Nabizada Murtaza, Master student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Pirogova A., Master of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Raad Feras-Adam, Student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Rahmani Ahmad Zubair, Master student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Rusiano M.P., Master of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Social Sciences, Professor. Journal "Ethnosocium and interethnic culture".
Shuplenkov O.V., Associate Professor of the Department of history, law and social Sciences of the Stavropol state pedagogical Institute.
Shuplenkov N.O., Associate Professor of the Department of history, law and social Sciences of the Stavropol state pedagogical Institute.
Smirnova E.B., Graduate student of the faculty of humanities and social sciences. Peoples’ friendship university of Russia.
Tatlioglu Erman, PhD student, Department of Theory and History of International Relations, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.
Ternovaya L.O., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor MADI (Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University).
Tonian D.A., Postgraduate student of the 3rd year of major 46.06.01 Historical Sciences and Archeology, Institute of Humanities, North-Caucasus Federal University (Stavropol). Head of the Department for educational quality control and individual learning trajectories, North-Caucasus Federal University.
Trofimova N.N., Associate Professor, PhD in Economics, St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation.
Voronkov A.S., SNS Research Institute (HI) KHA. Military Academy of the General Staff.
Vrajnova M.N., Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University (MADI).
Ziyaev A.A., Researcher of Research Institute (military history) of the Military Academy of the General Staff.