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11 November 25, 2016

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1. Evgeniya M. Goryushina
Geopolitical Risks in the Caucasus

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(112), Is. 11, pp. 539-549.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.112.539CrossRef

The article reviews the geopolitical risks in the Caucasus, as well as the scope of sources dedicated to the identification of geopolitical risks in the region. The advantages and disadvantages of geopolitical analysis and risks are described. The sources dealing with the research subject which has been actualized on a background of Crimean events 2014, is also provided. In that period, many experts talked again about the revival of geopolitical confrontation in the world and returned to the rhetoric of the Cold War. The author touched upon the issue of the lack of highly specialized analytical reports on the North Caucasus in the context of geopolitical risks and the risks of international terrorism. Therefore, special attention is paid to terrorism as one of the most important geopolitical risks in the context of the ongoing Syrian crisis, and the active role of the “Islamic state”.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1481113289.pdf
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2. Marina A. Maznichenko, Nataliya I. Neskoromnykh
The Problem Analysis of Existing FSES of Higher Education for the Enlarged Group of Specialties "the Service and Tourism"

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(112), Is. 11, pp. 550-555.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.112.550CrossRef

The article presents the results of aspect analysis of the current federal state educational standards of higher education for the enlarged group of specialties "Service and tourism". There are analyzed the conformity of educational standards of higher education to the requirements of employers, the requirements for development results, to the structure and terms of realization of educational programs of undergraduate/graduate. The authors outline the key problems for each aspect, also identify the relevant disadvantages. This analysis will help us to find solutions to the identified key problems and make possible the designing/updating of education standards.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1481113379.pdf
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3. Therence Atabong Njuafac, Filiz Katman
Main Dynamics of Turkish-African Relations in the 21st Century

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(112), Is. 11, pp. 556-566.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.112.556CrossRef

This paper is focused on an overview of Turkey’s increased engagement towards Africa, especially in terms of its potentials, future perspectives and limits of the relations. It portrays and examines the main essence of Turkey’s foreign policy in Africa, and equally analyses the main reason or aspects behind the relations with Africa within the 21st century. It tries to answer the questions of why Turkey has so much interest in Africa now. In other words, it explores more the economic interaction (diplomacy) that fosters the relations between Turkey and Africa in the 21st century. It equally shows the economic aspects as key instrument in building relations between Turkey and Africa. This continent known as Africa in the 90s was never a concern to Turkey as it is in this 21st century, since Turkey paid more attention to its relations with the West, and its close neighbors like Middle East, Balkans, the Caucasus and Central Asia. It discusses some of the main political, economic, religious, cultural and strategic motivations behind Turkey’s interest in Africa, as well as some of the challenges face along the line in the 21st century. This paper consists of three main sections. The first section presents the relations between Turkey and Africa during Ottoman Empire, Turkish foreign policy toward Africa in Cold War period. It also gives an overview of Turkey’s relations with Africa, Turkey’s policy in Africa and the main elements shaping relations between Turkey and Africa. Then, the various approaches, mainly economic diplomacy approach in maintaining relations between Turkey and Africa in the 21st century are presented. Turkey’s increasing use of soft power strategies drive a great desire to tie both the economy of Turkey and Africa more closely. From the aforementioned, Turkey’s soft power content ranges from professional and cultural exchange, agriculture, and humanitarian assistance.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1481113432.pdf
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4. Igor O. Jusko
International Competitiveness of Banks in the Formation of a New Financial Infrastructure

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(112), Is. 11, pp. 567-580.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.112.567CrossRef

The article describes the factors forming a new financial infrastructure. Studied the key factors of the international competitiveness of banks in the conditions of formation of a new financial infrastructure. The effect of strengthening macro-prudential banking supervision, the wide use of information and technology innovation, financial innovation on the formation of a new financial infrastructure, which has implications for the international competitiveness of banks in the global financial market. On the basis of generalization of modern theoretical developments are designed integral competitiveness indicators of the banks that have a high cross-jurisdictional activity. Particular attention is paid to the effectiveness of bank management.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1481113526.pdf
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