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Pantin I.K., Khoros V.G., Kara-Murza A.A., Panarin A.S., Rashkovsky Ye.B., Tzymbursky V.L., Umov V.I., Ilyin M.V., Discussion.
The "Civilizational Model" Of International Relations And Its Implications (A Scholarly Discussion at the Editoprial Office)
The "Civilizational Model" Of International Relations And Its Implications (A Scholarly Discussion at the Editoprial Office): I. K. Pantin. From "Immanent Critique" to a Conceptual Interpretation. By Way of an Introduction. V.G.Khoros. "Clash"? Or "Concert" of Civilizations in a Universal Modernizing Process? A.A.Kara-Murza. Western Liberalism: A New Discovery of the Poly-Subject Nature of the World. A.S.Panarin. "The End of the Liberal Epoch" or Culture-Centered Developments as a Post-Industrial Socio-Cultural "Retro" Phase? Ye.B.Rashkovsky.A New Version of Determinism versus Civilizational Reality. V.L.Tzymbursky.ASubject forthe Leader-Civilization to Enact: Self-Defence or Self-Destruction? (In Polemics with S.Huntington's Version) V.I.Umov. The Civilizational Paradigm in the Light of the Geoeconomic and Geopolitical Revolution. M.V.Ilyin. The World Communication as a Problem of "Polygloty". By Way of Shorf Conclusions