ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2006, №9, с.359-369Цеханова Л.
In her paper L.Tsehanova analyses Theravada Buddhism is Myanmar's religion and about 89% of the population in Buddhist. There are also Christians (4%), Muslims (4%) and Hindus. Since December 2005 National Convention has been working out the new Constitution, which will secure freedom of religious worship. But as one could see in 2005 there were cases of disagreements between the authorities and the religious minorities. Religious persecution by the military regime poses a matter of grave concern among Christians and Muslims. Violation of religious freedom of non-Buddhists severs as a political instrument for the SPDC: the junta which strongly indentifies itself with Buddhism and has been preoccupied with building national unity has been trying to promote Buddhism over Christianity and Islam with the belief that once the religious minorities are converted to Buddhism they can be easily subjugated. Missionary activity poses a dual problem for the SPDC: the support given to the Buddhist monks secures power legitimating for the junta, but at the same time it pricks up religious minorities' ears.
ИНДОНЕЗИЙСКАЯ ПРАВОСЛАВНАЯ ЦЕРКОВЬ (ИПЦ): ЭТНОКУЛЬТУРНАЯ СПЕЦИФИКА И ОСОБЕННОСТИ ЦЕРКОВНОГО ОБРЯДА (2005-2006)
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2006, №9, с.370-385Черепнева Елена Алексеевна
Dr. Elena Cherepneva looks into the events in the Indonesian Orthodox Church in 2005- early 2006. Special attention is given to its coming under the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR). The author also examines cultural peculiarities and specific religious ceremonies of the Indonesian Orthodox Church.
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2006, №9, с.386-395Пивоваров Д.В.
The article Pivovarov D. Vietnam Engagement in UN activities describes the problems of Vietnam activities within the UN system in 2005. In 2005 Vietnam focused on various aspects of economic, political, humanitarian and ecological cooperation within the UN. With this comprehensive approach to the UN Vietnam tried to reach its goals working on the 60th anniversary session of the General Assembly and within the specialized bodies of the UN system. The article emphasizes the idea that the main task for Vietnam nowadays is to be elected as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for 2008-2009. This overwhelming Vietnam determination targets a very clear but ambitions goal. Winning the UN Security Council seat reflected the core of Vietnam's activities in 2005. Evidently the whole process of preparation to win the chair will take some more time and the consent among regional nations on the issue. Vietnam has always underlined the unique importance of the UN not only in global but also in regional matters. The UN mechanism is deeply engaged in addressing South East Asia regional challenges, including security, economic, humanitarian, ecological issues particularly important for all South East Asian states. The UN mechanism also contributes to overcoming certain internal Vietnamese social-economic, humanitarian and ecological problems. By its nature the United Nations' system is devoted to reflect the interests of all its member-states and that strengthens the importance of Vietnam-UN ties.
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2005, №8, с.140-149Другов Алексей Юрьевич
In the article "Indonesia: Is 2004 the Final Year of the Transition Period?" Dr A.Yu.Drougov asserts that the results of the two electoral campaigns in Indonesia in 2004 i.e. relative victory of the former Suharto's stronghold Functional Groups and absolute victory of General Soesilo Bambang Yudhoyono, reflected the disillusionment of the voters in the post-Suharto's reforms. The rise of the political role of Islam as well as a kind of the military comeback may be also related to the inability of the secular political elite to rise above personal and narrow group interests. The evident efforts of the USA administration to have Indonesia as its ally in the war against Islamic terrorists are met with certain restraint in Jakarta. The USA is not very popular with Indonesian Moslems (almost 90% of the country's population) and the new President does not want to irritate this vocal majority.
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2004, №7, с.140-150Другов Алексей Юрьевич
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2003, №6, с.5-7Левтонова Юлия Олеговна
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2003, №6, с.236-243Попов Александр Вячеславович
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2003, №6, с.8-16Мосяков Дмитрий Валентинович
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2003, №6, с.17-26Былиняк Станислав Аркадьевич
ЮГО-ВОСТОЧНАЯ АЗИЯ: АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ РАЗВИТИЯ '2003, №6, с.92-112Левтонова Юлия Олеговна, Барышникова О.Г.