POLIS Contents Ļ 5 - 2014



PRESENTING THIS ISSUE
Editorial Introduction. Presenting This Issue + Address of the RAPS Leadershipp.7

THEME OF THE ISSUE: EU AND RUSSIA Ė INESCAPABLE COOPERATION
Simonia N.A., Torkunov A.V. European Unionís Energy Security and Russiap.9
Gaman-Golutvina O.V., Ponomaryova Ye.G., Shishelina L.N. EUís Eastern Partnership: Rival Development Scenariosp.20
Simonyan R.Kh., Kochegarova T.M. Border Interaction between Russia and European Union: Trends and Modelingp.41

ORBIS TERRARUM: IN AN ERA OF CRISIS AND REVOLUTION
Vendina O.I., Kolosov V.A., Popov F.A., Sebentsov A.B. Ukraine in the Political Crisis: the Image of Russia as Catalyst of Contradictionsp.50
Lapkin V.V., Pantin V.I. Crisis of the Ukrainian Statehood: Political and Legal, Valuable and Geoeconomic Aspectsp.68
Rozov N.S. The Legitimacy of Postrevolutionary Power: Principles and Criteriap.90

POLITICAL THEORY
Volodina S.V. Options of Electoral Systems as an Object to Reform (Technologies of Influence)p.108

POLITICAL THEORY
Lokshin I.M. Election or Coronation? The Scope of Presidential Powers in the Countries of the Third Wave of Democratizationp.118
Kravchenko S.A. New Risks of Food: The Need for a Humanistic Biopoliticsp.139
Bartenev V.I. Domestic Political Determinants of Foreign Aid Instruments: a Model Kitp.153

ACADEMIC LIFE
RPSA leadership Congratulations on the 20th Anniversary of the Russian Foundation for Humanities p.167
V.N. Fridlyanov The 20th Anniversary. Interim Results (Interview)p.168
Grigoryeva Ye.I., Kirsanov A.S., Sitdikov I.M. What Should Be Websites of Academic Journals?p.177
Chugrov S.V. Moscow University Bulletin. Series 25. International Relations and World Politics: 5 Years on Trackp.188