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N Vasilieva, Wang Chenxing

The S&T Factor in the Modern System of International Relations

2010. Vol. 5. No. 4. P. 21–29 [issue contents]

N. Vasilieva, Dr. of Philosophy, professor at the Department of Global Politics, School of International Relations, Saint-Petersburg State University; E-mail: nbasil@sir.edu

Van Chensin, Master student, School of International Relations, Saint-Petersburg State University; E-mail:bbob1027@gmail.com

How it is possible to qualify the role of science and technology in the modern system of international relations? What is the influence of science and technology on the modern type of world policy and diplomacy? These questions are crucial in the modern discussion of international relations. In the second part of XX century the world politics may be characterized as the period of global competition for energy recourses, in the XXI century it may be characterized as the period of global competition for intellectual recourses, access to high technologies and innovation recourses.

Citation: Vasilieva N A, Chenxing Wang (2010) Znachenie nauchno-tekhnicheskogo faktora v sovremennykh mezhdunarodnykh otnosheniyakh [The S&T Factor in the Modern System of International Relations] INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS RESEARCH JOURNAL, 4, pp. 21-29 (in Russian)
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