|Dolgenko A.N., Murashko S.F., Rudakova S.V., Kasatikova A.A. Innovative Activities of the Teacher in the System of Higher Education||11|
|Tian Fanyu Features of interaction of Chinese students in the “teacher – student” system in the process of studying at a Russian university||16|
|Huang Ying Actual problems of pedagogical education in Russia and China||20|
|Cui Lin Main trends in the development of teacher education in Russia and China||24|
|Zhang Shuge Personal education in a team according to the pedagogical concept||28|
|Lan Yang Ushinsky K.D.’s theory of education and its application in the new world||32|
|Topical issues of historical sciences|
|Panasyuk V.V., Grachev A.B., Pichuzhkin N.A. Activities of the land management commissions of the kaluga province on the organization of agronomic assistance to individual households during the first world war (1914-1917)||37|
|Putilin I.A., Resnyansky S.I. Russian messianism during the First World War: ideas specific purpose of Russia in the context of the global conflict||47|
|Sologyan A.A., Kasarova V.G. Crisis phenomena and ways of development of the new theater in Russia||62|
|Tonian D.A. Formation of the Armenian community in the city of Stavropol in the post-soviet period||73|
|Zhang YunXi Features of investigative journalism in the Chinese press||77|
|History of the geopolitics, international relations and world history|
|Afanasiev V.V., Kunitsyna S.M., Smorodinova M.V. Leader in the innovative communication space of the organization||82|
|Narmaev M.B. The concept of multilateralism in China’s foreign policy||90|
|Dasanayake Mudiyanselage, Darshika Kuamri Dasanayake South Asia’s internal factors and the importance of its geopolitics||102|
|Wangraoua Wendpagnagde Vanessa Estelle Burkina Faso: main foreign policy counterparties and partners||111|
|Muhammad Nahro Ismael Aspects of the development of relations between Russia and Iraqi Kurdistan in the field of energy||117|
|Nazir Omran, Ehlas Mohammad Tamim Features of cooperation between Russia and India in the field of preparation of investment projects||130|
|Singuwa Chimuka, Singuwa Gospel, Sichilombe Wankumbu Russia — Zambia: old friends and promising partners||141|
|Narmaev M.B. New concepts of Chinese diplomacy after the Twentieth CPC Congress||149|
|Gavrilov A.S. Decolonization and evolution of the image of Africa in British cinema on the example of the film “cry, the beloved country” (1951)||158|
|Zolkhoev B.V. On the issue of the official (“throne”) names of the Xiongnu shanyus in the period of the Western Han dynasty (based on Chinese chronicle sources and research by foreign authors)||171|
Innovative Activities of the Teacher in the System of Higher Education
The article considers the issues of innovative activity and innovative potential of a higher school teacher, as well as the conditions for their successful implementation. The authors consider the directions and types of innovative activity, as well as the role and authority of pedagogical knowledge and professional skills of teachers in the educational process in educational institutions of various types.
Particular attention is paid to the conditions for the disclosure of creative, professional potential, adequate assessment of the level of competence of the individual teacher.
Key words: innovative activity, creative process, conflict situations, education policy, humanitarization of education content, professional skills of teachers.
Features of interaction of Chinese students in the "teacher – student" system in the process of studying at a Russian university
The article is devoted to the problem of interaction of Chinese students in the "teacher – student" system in the process of studying at a Russian university. It is shown that modern pedagogical technologies of teaching Chinese students in Russian universities are based on a system-activity approach, on personality-oriented interaction in the system of teacher–student relations. The role of pedagogical communication in the learning process is revealed. The article describes the intercultural differences in the system of teacher–student relations in the Russian and Chinese audiences. The necessity of implementing a socio-cultural approach that ensures overcoming the barriers of intercultural communication in the "teacher-student" system in the Chinese audience is substantiated.
Key words: Chinese students, pedagogical communication, educational interaction, intercultural communication, socio-cultural approach.
Actual problems of pedagogical education in Russia and China
The article highlights the current problems of teacher education in Russia and China. The national priorities and goals of the educational policy of Russia and China are revealed. The criteria of quality of professional training of teachers and organizational and pedagogical forms and technologies of professional training of pedagogical personnel in both countries are analyzed. The model and problems of professional training of a universal teacher in China are presented. It is shown that the spread of information and digital technologies in the socio-economic sphere has led to the development of distance and electronic forms of education in the system of pedagogical education. The actual problems of pedagogical education in Russia and China are highlighted.
Key words: pedagogical education, Chinese pedagogical education, pedagogical education in Russia, problems of professional training of teachers.
Main trends in the development of teacher education in Russia and China
The article outlines the main trends in the development of teacher education in Russia and China. A comparative analysis of the educational systems of pedagogical training in Russia and China has been carried out. The general trends and differences in the value, target, organizational and pedagogical foundations of pedagogical models of professional training of teachers of the two countries are described. The humanistic orientation of teacher education in China is based on the ideas of Confucianism. Russian pedagogical education is built on the principles of system-activity, competence-based, personality-oriented approaches, strengthening cultural and axiological approaches. General trends include the technologization of the educational process through the use of information and digital technologies, the universityization and diversification of teacher education. Differences in the professional training of teachers are manifested in the organizational structure of teacher education in Russia and China.
Key words: teacher education, education in Russia, Chinese system of teacher education, universityization, diversification of teacher education.
Personal education in a team according to the pedagogical concept
Global socio-political and socio-economic changes in society, geopolitical tensions around the world, the aggressive policy of Western countries towards their opponents requires a modern society based on the idea of national identity to revise Western concepts of personality education, which determines the relevance of this study. The object of the study is education as a pedagogical category that determines the development of a person's personality. The subject of the study is the human personality as the central category of the science of education. The purpose of the study is to reveal the main provisions of the great Soviet teacher Makarenko A.S. whose ideas are opposed to Western ideas of egocentrism and individualism in education. The article reveals the main provisions and principles of the pedagogical concept of Makarenko A.S., presents the author's graphic illustration of the main provisions of the pedagogical concept.
Key words: collectivism, duty, justice, social responsibility, pedagogy, science of education.
Ushinsky K.D.'s theory of education and its application in the new world
Ushinsky K.D. is considered the founder of scientific pedagogy and for his time was considered an innovator in the field of education of the younger generation. The relevance of the research is due to the significance of the works of Ushinsky K.D., who has received recognition all over the world and the possibility of transferring his methods of education to modern reality. The object of the research is scientific pedagogy, as a field of knowledge that determines the scientific approach to the upbringing of the younger generation. The subject of the study is the education of a person and personality in modern conditions. The purpose of the study is to conduct a theoretical analysis of the conceptual ideas of K.D. Ushinsky's theory of education in relation to modern man. Research results: 1. It is established that the conceptual ideas of Ushinsky K.D. are similar in their content to the ideas about the education of the great Soviet teacher Makarenko A.S.; 2. An assumption is made about the similarity of the ideas of education within the framework of Maoism with the ideas of Ushinsky K.D.; 3. It is concluded that the theory of education of Ushinsky K.D. it is more relevant than ever in modern conditions, when a person's personality is suppressed by external manifestations of the information environment, often filled with aggression and negative shades of the description of the world.
Key words: Maoism, work, mental development, psychological development, physical development, happiness.
Activities of the land management commissions of the kaluga province on the organization of agronomic assistance to individual households during the first world war (1914-1917)
The object of the study is the Stolypin agrarian transformations at the beginning of the XX century, the subject of the study is the activities of the land management commissions of the Kaluga province to provide agronomic assistance to individual households during the First World War. The methodological basis of the publication is based on the principles of historicism, scientific objectivity, and consistency, which make it possible to reveal the cause-and-effect relationships of events, phenomena and processes in the dynamics. The source base of the research consists of a wide range of documents and materials of various origins: firstly, regulations, secondly, office documentation identified in the State Archive of the Kaluga Region, thirdly, reference and statistical publications, and fourthly, materials of the central and local periodicals. For the first time in Russian historiography, the authors set the task of analyzing this problem on the example of the region under study. The authors concluded that by the beginning of 1914 the agronomic service of sole proprietors had the features of a comprehensive service. However, in the conditions of a military conflict, the central authorities were forced to concentrate all resources on servicing the needs of the army, and departmental agronomic assistance fades into the background. In the summer of 1917 The Provisional Government abolished land management agronomy as an instrument of Stolypin's policy. The research materials can be used in the preparation of lecture courses, conducting seminars, writing textbooks, etc.
Key words: Kaluga province, First World War, land management commissions, land management agronomic assistance, individual households.
Russian messianism during the First World War: ideas specific purpose of Russia in the context of the global conflict
The ideas of a special purpose of Russia are analyzed which were formed in Russian society during the First World War. The aim of the article is to identify the features of the transformation of Messianic concepts in the context of the global conflict and to analyze their ideological and political meaning. The research is based on complex of scientific methods. On the one hand the authors used biographic methods to understand the system of views of Russian thinkers. On the other hand, the authors used historical comparative methods to analyze similar and specific characteristics of different conceptions. The authors put forward the theory that messianic ideas were responses to challenges of this conflict. The authors come to the conclusion that events of First World War triggers the formation of new conceptions, which were connected with different aspects of Messianism. These messianic ideas are of great scientific importance nowadays. The authors make the reader believe that knowledge of messianic conception history could help us to understand the place of Russia in modern global conflict.
Key words: World War I, Pan-Slavism, messianism, Slavophilism, Serbia, Bulgaria.
Crisis phenomena and ways of development of the new theater in Russia
At the turn of the XIX-XX centuries, Russia was in a tense, socio-political, spiritual and crisis theatrical life. The inevitable turning point was brewing. In the minds and moods of advanced Russian social thought, the prerequisites for the reorganization of theatrical business are being born. The largest figures of theatrical culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, K.S. Stanislavsky and V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko, enter the struggle for a new theater. Creative problems and ways to solve them are touched upon.
Key words: theatre, theatrical life, creative searches, reformers, directors, stage movement.
Formation of the Armenian community in the city of Stavropol in the post-soviet period
Armenians are the second largest ethnic group in the city of Stavropol. Undoubtedly formed back in the pre-revolutionary era, the community has been noticeably transformed over the past centuries, and has also made a huge contribution to the development of the city. Within the framework of this article, an attempt was made to analyze the features of the formation of the community in the post-Soviet period.
Key words: Armenians, community, Stavropol, national-cultural autonomy, diaspora.
Features of investigative journalism in the Chinese press
Last time «plot twist news» as a controversial news phenomenon has been widely appearing in Chinese digital communications. In the context of journalism, it refers to news facts presented in subsequent reports that contradict the facts presented in the original report. The phenomenon of news with a twist in the Chinese context prompts reflection on how "truth" is interpreted by various social figures.
Key words: Chinese journalism, investigative journalism, media, distortion of information.
Leader in the innovative communication space of the organization
The article is devoted to the study of the phenomena of «leader» and «leadership» and was made as part of a discussion about the role of the leader, his behavior and reaction to the situation that is developing in the organization. The purpose of the study is to highlight the key concepts of leadership, including transactional, transformational, and situational, in which communication is considered as a fundamental part of the leader's activity. The methodological basis of the work is the modernization concept of the organization's management in combination with the general scientific principles of consistency, objectivity, and a set of special research methods, including analogy and typology of the studied phenomena. The novelty of the work lies in the fact that it presents the content and specifics of the leader's functioning in the innovative communicative space of a modern organization.
The main attention is paid by the authors to the analysis of the place of the leader in the cultural space of the organization; the roles and responsibilities of a leader are specially highlighted, and such qualities as a perspective vision of their organizations, the art of communicating with others, the ability to «carry out» changes.
Key words: leadership, manager, leadership concepts, communication, innovation, innovation management.
The concept of multilateralism in China's foreign policy
Multilateralism, bilateralism and unilateralism are three different diplomatic concepts. This is a strategic choice made by different countries or by the same country on different issues and different diplomatic goals. In recent years, due to the frequent unilateral actions taken by hegemonic Powers, or the construction of exclusive small multilateral organizations, the paralysis or withdrawal of global multilateral institutions have had a serious impact on the international order, unilateralism and exclusively multilateralism have received a negative connotation. In this regard, we can say that China stands for the practice of genuine multilateralism, considers the United Nations as the most important multilateral mechanism, puts inclusiveness at the heart of the concept of multilateralism, focuses on concepts rather than systems, and strives for the democratization of international relations. China's concept of multilateralism stems from the fact that its own role is changing from an "outsider" to an "insider" of the system of international relations.
Key words: China, foreign policy, international relations, multilateralism.
Dasanayake Mudiyanselage, Darshika Kuamri Dasanayake
South Asia's internal factors and the importance of its geopolitics
This article examines the gains for South Asia from integrating with the world by taking the advantage of its location. South Asia's strategic position straddling Indian Ocean Sea lanes, South Asia has attracted the attention of major powers such as European countries, China, Japan, and the United States. Of course, this has led to speculation as to whether South Asia is poised to play a new role in the world economy's rapidly changing geopolitical phase. China's One Belt, One Road (BRI) initiative has shaken India's hegemony balance and given other smaller regional powers a chance to challenge their dominant influence in the region.
With those realities, the South Asia should rethink its security and foreign policy posture. It should play its cards in a multipolar world order and information-based global economy. That said, it should explore the concept of realist enmeshment in its strategic thought. The idea behind the concept is that the South Asia should defensively enmesh itself with its allies’ and strategic partners’ strategic industries, techno-scientific, educational, and financial institutions with international institutions determining transaction costs. The concept aims to increase the level of interdependency on a security basis between the South Asia and other regional actors in order to open markets, manage expectations, create obligations, and bind these actors to the South Asia in such a way that the level of material security interdependency excludes the possibility of open confrontation and conflict.
Key words: geopolitics, region, regionalism, South Asia.
Wangraoua Wendpagnagde Vanessa Estelle
Burkina Faso: main foreign policy counterparties and partners
Today, Burkina Faso is striving to create international alliances through which the main problems of the African State will be solved: hunger, an increased terrorist index, low level of education, unemployment, poor quality of medical services, etc. Thus, within the framework of the question of the main foreign policy counterparties and partners of Burkina Faso, the state's relations with Russia, Ghana and the United States were considered, since new joint projects aimed at improving the standard of living in the African state are already being implemented and planned with them. The issue of the revision by the authorities of Burkina Faso of the former reference point to France, the former metropolis, was also raised. As a result of the ineffective fight against the activities of terrorist groups on the territory of Burkina Faso, the local population and the authorities are negative about the military actions of the French state and are inclined to sever any diplomatic ties with France. The author notes that many African countries have followed the example of Burkina Faso and gradually moved away from the policy of the former metropolis - for example, Mali, Chad, etc. The monetary union is also mentioned, which included states that gained independence from the French metropolis. The most priority international cooperation for the African state at the present stage seems to be the strengthening of existing relations with Russia, since it is with this power that particularly important projects for Burkina Faso are being implemented. A significant factor in the choice of foreign policy counterparties and partners for Burkina Faso is the interest and the possibility of solving the key problem of many African States - terrorism, which cannot be solved for 10 years. The author comes to the conclusion that the current state of the African state can be characterized by stability in foreign policy and solving pressing issues in the field of education, labor and health. Cooperation with more developed countries makes it possible to improve the level and quality of life of Burkinis, and to reduce the unemployment rate in Burkina Faso to a minimum.
Key words: Burkina Faso, famine, terrorism, pandemic, cooperation, international relations, economic crisis, unemployment, healthcare, mortality.
Muhammad Nahro Ismael
Aspects of the development of relations between Russia and Iraqi Kurdistan in the field of energy
The main purpose of the study is to present the relationship between Russia and Iraqi Kurdistan in the field of energy, as Russia considers Kurdistan as its strategic position. In recent years, thanks to the development of oil fields by Russian companies in Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan has become one of the richest regions in the Middle East in the energy sector. At the moment, Russia and Kurdistan are united by relatively close relations and common interests. Russian-Kurdish relations have a deep past, both at the public and official political levels. Russia throughout history has had a strong and active presence in Kurdistan. They were conflicting and tragic. Russia has fought and occupied Kurdistan several times, leaving the Kurds and scattering them at various stages, especially when it occupied Kurdistan during World War I and destroyed much of it. However, in the second half of the 20th century, he supported the Kurdish cause by making military and diplomatic contributions to the September Revolution in Iraqi Kurdistan (1961-1975). Year after year, the geopolitical and geohistorical relationship and interaction between the two sides continue, and Russian support for Iraqi Kurdistan in the fight against terrorism in recent years is just one of the most striking aspects of this continuity. This analytical study is aimed at studying the prospects for Russian cooperation with the Regional Government of Iraqi Kurdistan and the obstacles hindering its development, especially in the field of coordination and contractual cooperation on new oil and gas projects. The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) called on Russian companies to expand their activities in the energy sector. Russia's reaction is also likely to be positive in most areas of cooperation, as the geopolitical role of Kurdistan gives it the right to control gas production and transportation operations in the future. The opportunities for cooperation between the two sides are enormous, and all indicators point to the success and development of bilateral relations.
Key words: relations, Kurds, Russia, position, oil and gas.
Ehlas Mohammad Tamim
Features of cooperation between Russia and India in the field of preparation of investment projects
In this article, the authors note that the collapse of the Soviet Union, the rise of India and China, the tension between the US and China, the deepening of US-Indian ties and the Russian-Chinese partnership, reinforced by Russia's break with the West and the "Ukrainian crisis", had a profound impact on Russian-Indian relations. Of the three pillars of relations between Moscow and New Delhi, the main focus is on investment cooperation. Large investments in each other's economies, including in the energy sector, give India and Russia an even greater interest in the long-term well-being of the two sides. Both governments have taken initiatives to promote bilateral investments, primarily by facilitating high-level government-to-business and business-to-business contacts, in addition to the ongoing investment process in strategic sectors in both countries. Within the framework of the article, the authors note that investment cooperation is envisaged in some priority sectors, such as trade in hydrocarbons, coal, relations in the field of nuclear energy, supply of fertilizers, information technology, mineral raw materials and metallurgy, steel, pharmaceutical field, as well as joint infrastructure projects. In conclusion, it is noted that both India and Russia are making conscious efforts to promote the establishment of new contacts and broader cooperation between commercial and industrial circles and business associations of the two countries. While Western countries insist on ending exchanges with Russia, India maintains relations with Russia and focuses on the economic development of the national economy, as well as enhancing investment cooperation with Moscow.
Key words: Russia, India, investment cooperation, cooperation projects, economy, energy, business, infrastructure, transport and logistics area.
Russia — Zambia: old friends and promising partners
This article shows an overview of the stages and horizons of cooperation between the USSR/Russia and the Republic of Zambia and the characteristics of the bilateral cooperation between the two countries at the present stage based on common international interests.
The relations between the Russian Federation and Zambia have gained strength from historical ties that date back from the Soviet Union era but are also firmly rooted in President Vladimir Putin's regimes to further its priorities. Russia aims to double its trade with African countries and has already achieved some in Zambia. However, while Russia entertains sizable African ambitions, its relationship with Zambia –beyond political declarations and memorandums of understanding –remains very limited. This reveals some hurdles to Russia's drive for more significant influence in the Global South.
Key words: Russia, USSR, Soviet Union, Zambia, diplomatic relations, center for nuclear science and technology, trade.
New concepts of Chinese diplomacy after the Twentieth CPC Congress
The Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of China formed a new Central Committee, demonstrating the stability and continuity of domestic policy. As a continuation of domestic policy, Chinese foreign policy has also demonstrated stability and continuity in terms of guiding ideology, diplomatic principles and the diplomatic system. At the same time, the report of the XX Congress presented new concepts about the current international situation. On the one hand, the growing uncertainty of the external environment, on the other hand, China's identity as a great power has become clearer. Chinese diplomacy and international relations will definitely demonstrate new development trends and characteristics in the future.
Key words: China, foreign policy, international relations, diplomacy, CPC.
Decolonization and evolution of the image of Africa in British cinema on the example of the film “cry, the beloved country” (1951)
Cinema is not only art and entertainment, but also a mirror in which you can see the reflection of modern society, current ideological attitudes, ideas about good and evil. Over time, the worldview of the audience in connection with certain political, economic and social phenomena may change. Cinema reacts to these changes, fills with new ideas, depicts new heroes, broadcasts new values, creates new images.
Today everyone can observe how Western cinema, including British cinema, reacts sensitively and sharply to the portrayal of various ethnic minorities. This is due to the processes of globalization, immigration, liberal discourse and, as postcolonial theorists note, the consequences of the collapse of colonial empires. It is hard to imagine that 1930s-like film would be released on British cinema screens today. Those films created the image of Africa as an exotic place inhabited by stupid and evil savages. And it also showed the “white man’s burden”, which brings the benefits of Western civilization to the most remote corners of the globe.
In this article, the author analyzes Z. Korda's painting “Cry, Beloved Country” (1951) to show how the attitude of the British to the colonial enterprise changed against the background of decolonization. The article gives an example of the change in the images of Africa and Africans on the screen at this time. The purpose of the author is to trace the origins of modern trends in the development of Western culture. He comes to the conclusion that the usual stereotypes that have developed around the "dark continent" have become irrelevant due to the unfolding political events. Using the most “pro-African” British film of the post-war period as an example, he points to the beginnings of modern liberal discourse.
Key words: Africa, Britain, cinema, Korda, decolonization, image.
On the issue of the official ("throne") names of the Xiongnu shanyus in the period of the Western Han dynasty (based on Chinese chronicle sources and research by foreign authors)
The article examines the nature and structure of the political nomenclature of the Xiongnu, which includes both the title of shanyu and the official names accompanying it in the context of the state-political traditions of Inner Asia. In addition, an attempt was made to restore the original features and characteristics of the official throne names (appelations) of the shanyus of the Xiongnu during the reign of the Chinese Western Han dynasty. The article analyzes Chinese historical sources and studies of foreign researchers
Key words: Xiongnu, shanyu, titling system, official throne names, Chinese historical sources, foreign researchers.
Afanasiev V.V., Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Pedagogy Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education Moscow City University. Professor of the Department of Sociology and Management Faculty of Management Moscow Automobile and Road State Technical University.
Cui Lin, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Dasanayake Mudiyanselage, Darshika Kuamri Dasanayake, 2nd year student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Dolgenko A.N., Head of the Department of Russian and Foreign Languages. Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor. Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
Ehlas Mohammad Tamim, Candidate of Historical Sciences. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Gavrilov A.S., Postgraduate student. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia.
Grachev A.B., Candidate of Historical Sciences. Associate Professor (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education) «Russian State Agricultural University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural named».
Huang Ying, Bashkir National Normal University.
Kasarova V.G., Сandidate of Historical sciences, Assistant Professor, Head of Department of Moscow State Automobile and Road Construction University.
Kasatikova A.A., Senior Lecturer of the Department of Russian and Foreign Languages, Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
Kunitsyna S.M., Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Methods of Education and additional education ASOU. Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogy Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education Moscow City University.
Lan Yang, Graduate student. Moscow State Institute (University) of Culture.
Muhammad Nahro Ismael, Graduate student-The Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Murashko S.F., Professor of the Department of Russian and Foreign Languages, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor. Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
Narmaev M.B., Graduate student of the Department of Theory and History of International Relations of the Faculty of Humanities and Social sciences of the Peoples Friendship University of Russia.
Nazir Omran, Master of the Department, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Panasyuk V.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences. Associate Professor of the Department of History of the Institute of History and Law, Kaluga State University. K.E. Tsiolkovsky.
Pichuzhkin N.A., Candidate of Historical Sciences. Associate Professor (Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education) «Russian State Agricultural University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural named».
Putilin I.A., Graduate student of the faculty Faculty of History, Political Science and Law, Department of Russian History of the Middle Ages and Modern Times, State University of Education.
Resnyansky S.I., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Russian History of the Middle Ages and Modern Times, State University of Education, Department of Russian History, Peoples’ Friendship University.
Rudakova S.V., Associate Professor of the Department of Russian and Foreign Languages. Candidate of Psychological Sciences. Moscow Academy of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
Singuwa Chimuka, Graduate Student. Assistant at the Department of Foreign Languages, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Singuwa Gospel, 2nd year student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Smorodinova M.V., Candidate of pedagogical sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Humanitarian and socio-economic disciplines, GAOU VO «Moscow State University of Sports and Tourism».
Sologyan A.A., Сandidate of Historical sciences, Assistant Professor, Moscow State Automobile and Road Construction University.
Sichilombe Wankumbu, 4th year student. Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
Tian Fanyu, Bashkir National Normal University.
Tonian D.A., Postgraduate student. Head of the Department for educational quality control and individual learning trajectories, North-Caucasus Federal University.
Wangraoua Wendpagnagde Vanessa Estelle, Graduate student of the faculty of human and social sciences, People’s friendship university of Russia.
Zhang Shuge, Graduate student, Moscow State Institute (University) of Culture.
Zhang YunXi, Eurasian International College, Henan University.
Zolkhoev B.V., Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Tourism and Service, Buryat State University named after Dorzhi Banzarov.