Заседание Российско-белорусского экспертного клуба


30 сентября 2016 г. в Российской академии наук состоялось заседание Российско-белорусского экспертного клуба на тему: «Белорусская АЭС — проект развития Союзного государства». Участники заседания – энергетики, инженеры, экономисты, политологи – дискутировали о том, что даст Беларуси атомная станция, окупится ли она, почему Литва выступает против проекта, и кто будет покупать белорусскую атомную электроэнергию?

Подробности дискуссии — в обзоре главного редактора информационно-аналитического портала «Евразия.Эксперт» Вячеслава Сутырина «Беларусь может стать энергетическим ядром между Россией и Германией».

History of Russia: Short Course


Journal "History" continues the series of publications of teaching materials for educational institutions.

Handbook is aimed at school students and students in the humanities, studying the history of Russia, and can also be recommended to all interested in the history of our country.


Russia and Africa: a History of the Formation of Mutual Perceptions


 This issue is prepared by joint efforts of the Center for African Studies (Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Sciences) and our colleagues and is based on the reports presented at the international conference “Russia and Africa: History of Mutual Representations”, which was organized in Moscow on October, 8—9, 2015 as part of research project “Africa in the Destiny of Russia, Russia in the Destiny of Africa”. We fully realized that the conference can not cover all the aspects of such large and important theme as mutual representations of the peoples from African continent and the peoples of Russia in its historical development. The preparatory activities confirmed that following substantial limitation of bilateral contacts we feel obvious lack of professional researchers dealing with these themes. Thus we formulated an important task both for the grant research and conference preparation as the first step to realize the research — to look for new talented persons and to enhance the chronology and problematic of the theme.



Britain and Russia: intercultural dialogue


Issue "Britain and Russia: intercultural dialogue ", edited by Aizenshtat and Labutin prepared by the Association of British Studies. It presents articles covering a wide range of Russian-British cultural, social and economic contacts with the Middle Ages to the present day. Also it gives a representation of Russians about England and the English, the individual problems of studying the history of Britain. The issue will be interesting both for specialists - historians, teachers, high school students, and everyone who is interested in history.



Historical Information Science: New Methods and Techniques of Historical Research


The mankind has entered the “digital age” in the 21st century. Information and communications technology (ICT) is now inclusive into all aspects of society activities, in all sectors of economy. ICT plays a special role in the development of research and education. This process also touched upon the historical research and education as well as preservation and study of historical and cultural heritage.

This issue of the journal is aimed to discussion of problems, prospects and results of the interdisciplinary research area associated with the use of digital technology and computer methods in historical research. This area is traditionally called in Russia “istoricheskaya informatika”, that was called internationally Historical Computing (or Historical Information Science) for a quarter of a century, and in recent years in the context of digital turn is associated mainly with Digital History (regarded as part of a wider multidisciplinary area of Digital Humanities).


Elite and elitist practices in the processes of formation and development of medieval European states


Published Issue number 11 (34) of electronic scientific and educational journal "Istorya", "elite and elitist practices in the processes of formation and development of medieval European states"