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On August 21, 2010, Alexander Vladimirovich Akimov, Doctor of Economics, Head of the Department of Economic Research of the Institute of Economics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, turned 60 years old. After graduating from the Faculty of Geography of th…
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V. N. TIMOSHENKO. THE SOUTH PACIFIC REGION ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE XXI CENTURY. PROBLEMY VNESHNOI POLITIKI I BEZOPASNOSTI [PROBLEMS OF FOREIGN POLICY AND SECURITY], Khabarovsk: DVGGU Publishing HOUSE, 2009, 379 p. The reviewed work fills the gap that has b…
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In recent decades, the topic of Chinese expansion in Russia has become one of the most popular in journalism. From time to time, the public gets acquainted with the "forecasts" and projects of settling the territory of our country by the Chinese. At the sa…
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The political development of the Muslim-majority provinces of British India in the period between the end of World War I and the establishment of the State of Pakistan was marked by a confrontation be…
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Since independence, India has chosen and managed to maintain its commitment to a democratic path of development, while in many post-colonial countries, political regimes have transformed into various …
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After India gained independence, Hindutva became actively involved in political life. Its political wing, the Bharatiya Janata Party, has repeatedly led governments in many states and three times form…
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Landscape art, along with architecture and miniature painting, was a favorite area of cultural patronage for all Timurids, including the Mughals. Timur himself was not indifferent to the gardens, who created several gardens in the suburbs of his capital Sa…
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Evgeny Maksimovich Primakov is one of those people who happily combine talent and remarkable personal qualities. This is a bright, brave, intelligent person, a brilliant politician and scientist, for whom friendship, responsibility, honor have always meant…
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In the second half of the XIX century. Russia has gained a foothold on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. A project to establish a colony in the Pacific Ocean has emerged in Russian ruling circles, which could strengthen Russia's position in this region. Thi…
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For the first time, the passport as a document certifying identity and the right to "leave" or cross the border, was used by the Russian state from the middle of the XVII century. and initially served as a certificate of release from prison. The decree of …
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Tsannid-khambo Agvan Dorzhiev (1853/54-1938) was a Khori Buryat who went to Tibet at the age of nineteen and received his higher confessional education at the Gomang Datsan, the largest monastery in L…
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The history of Tibetan Buddhism dates back almost one and a half thousand years. During this time, it developed four large schools - nyingma (Tib. rnying ma), kagyu (Tib. bka' rgyud), sakya (tib. sa s…
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The prehistory of the peoples called by the ancient authors "Bat viet" ("Bai yue" - i.e. " many (yue)") is the history of the culture created by the now extinct peoples in the territory that later became part of modern China. Archaeological excavations in …
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Esege Malan tengri is a central nodal character in the Buryat religious and mythological tradition, representing the supreme power in the Uranian pantheon. In his image, a hierarchical filiation can be traced between the ancient Mongolian Huhe Munhe tengri…
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Lao-tzu (Teacher of Lao, Venerable sage / philosopher, Old Child), Lao Dan Li Er Li Bo-yang Lao-jun (Lord of Lao) - the most mysterious ancient Chinese philosopher, mythologized and deified founder of…
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Hindutva is a characteristic phenomenon of spiritual and socio-political life in India. Despite all its contradictions, Hindutva remains the antipode of secularism, democracy, and a kind of Hindu reli…
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The article is devoted to the changes that have taken place in North Korean society since 2002. Since the early 1990s, the old socio-political system, once modeled after the post-war USSR, has been in a state of deep crisis. In 2002, the North Korean autho…
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From the editorial office. We publish the latest article by Andrey Mikhailovich Samozvantsev. He left us suddenly, having managed to make a significant contribution to the development of Russian Sansk…
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"Sri Kalachakra laghu tantra raja hridaya" belongs to the class of basic texts of the later (early XI century) and one of the most significant teachings of Indian Buddhism - the Kalachakra teachings (…
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Pyotr Mikhailovich Shastitko had many friends and was a friend of many. His amazing friendliness, constant gaiety, and openness attracted everyone he met to him. Pyotr Mikhailovich joined the Institut…
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The staff of the Institute of Oriental Manuscripts of the Russian Academy of Sciences has suffered an irreparable loss. On August 29, 2009, an outstanding expert on the Buddhist written heritage - Doc…
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The history of the formation of the ancient Egyptian festival of Opet is strongly connected with the name of Queen Hatshepsut (1490-1468 BC), who left images of festive scenes on the southern wall of the Red Chapel (hereinafter in parentheses - KK) in Karn…
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It is widely known that in India the process of secularization of social and political life is still incomplete, and since ancient times religious and secular elements have been closely intertwined in…
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The conference was held in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India, from 17 to 21 August 2009. It was preceded by the first international Conference (October 2004 in Beijing), organized by the Joint Labora…
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Origen, the great Christian theologian and exegete of the third century, who labored initially in Alexandria in Egypt and later in Caesarea in Palestine, had a reputation during his lifetime and after his death for being a strong advocate of allegorical me…
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Legally, India under the British was called the Indian Empire, and consisted of two parts: British India and Princely India. The achievement of independence by British India in the form of its divisio…
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PHONOLOGICAL AND ETHNO-LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SOURCE LANGUAGE OF "CHUVASH" BORROWINGS IN MARI 1 The article considers the question of which of the actually attested languages can be identified with the source of Mari loanwords. The ancestor of t…
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It is known that the Sakha ethnonym 'yakut' is considered by some scholars to be an Evenk borrowing, namely, it is associated with the Evenk ethnonym yako 'yakut' [Barashkov, 1985, p. 6; Janhunen, 1982, p. 73-77]. E. I. Ubryatova and a number of other Turk…
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Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have influenced and continue to influence security in Central and South Asia and the Indian subcontinent. They began to play a special role in the late twent…
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The thirty-day war in Iraq in May 1941, which ended with the second, so-called peaceful occupation of the country by British troops, has received many interpretations in the scientific literature. Researchers identify a whole range of reasons that led to t…
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India is committed to maintaining peace and stability in the South Asian region on a global scale-through diplomatic means and effective military deterrence. It proceeds from the fact that in recent years the threat of terrorism has increased, including th…
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A joint conference under this name was held on September 7-9, 2008 in Delhi. It was organized by the Indian Council for Historical Research and the Center for Indian Studies of the Institute of Orient…
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Kashmir today is one of the "pain points" of the Planet. To understand the specifics of this region, you need to answer the question: what are Kashmiris ethnically and superethnically? The authorities…
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The ancient Malay Srivijaya polity, which existed in Sumatra in the seventh and thirteenth centuries and at various times dominated many neighboring countries, was and remains one of the most mysterious societies in world history. It was almost completely …
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(Shaunakia 19.49 = Paippalada 14.8)* To the blessed memory of my teacher Tatyana Yakovlevna Elizarenkova In the last years of her life, Tatyana Yakovlevna Elizarenkova worked on the translation of the…
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Eternal war would turn men into wild beasts, and eternal peace into beasts of burden. David Hume It is generally accepted that the military organization of the state, the people (in the early history - the union of tribes) reflects the features of the stat…
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Important information for authors

Why is it important to save your scholarly work in a digital library?

There are many reasons why it is important to keep your scholarly work online. Let's focus on the main ones:
  1. Wide access: The Internet allows researchers and scholars around the world easy access to your scholarly work. This is especially important for those who live or work in remote countries or regions or sparsely populated areas where access to scholarly publications may be limited.
  2. Preservation and dissemination of knowledge: The preservation and dissemination of scientific works on the Internet ensures the preservation and dissemination of knowledge that can be used to advance science. This helps avoid duplication of research and facilitates access to previous works, which contributes to faster human progress.
  3. Citation: Storing research papers online at a specific address provides a permanent link to your work, making it easier for other scientists to cite and use your research. It also helps to increase your citation index in academia.
  4. Archiving: Storing research papers online ensures that they are archived and preserved for the future. This is important so that researchers can access previous works and use them in their own research.
  5. Dissemination of ideas: Keeping scientific papers online provides an opportunity to disseminate ideas and research results to a wide audience. This can lead to a broader discussion of ideas and a faster dissemination of knowledge in the scientific community.

What can I save in a digital library?

In a digital library, authors can save all kinds of digital information:
  1. E-books: digital versions of books, which can be saved in PDF, DJVU, or other e-book formats.
  2. Scientific articles: scientific publications that can be saved in text form for reading from a computer screen or other gadget or in PDF or other electronic article formats (in which case articles can also be read from both desktop and mobile device screens).
  3. Journals: digital versions of journals that can be saved in PDF or other electronic journal formats.
  4. Audio and video materials: lecture recordings, music, movies and other video and audio files. Audio files are stored in a special storage, and we recommend uploading videos to Youtube and then inserting a link to them in your publications in the library.
  5. Documents: different types of documents, such as brochures, manuals, reports, articles, and other documents. There is a special section for files in the library.
  6. Maps and drawings: different types of graphic images, including maps, charts, drawings, diagrams, and other types of images. They can be stored in the Photo Documents section.
  7. Electronic textbooks and learning materials: digital versions of textbooks, study guides, and other learning materials.
  8. Electronic newspapers: digital versions of newspapers that can be saved in PDF or other electronic newspaper formats.
  9. Photos: digital images of photos and other graphic materials.
  10. Archival materials: digital versions of documents and other materials from archives and museums.
  11. Research information: digital versions of articles, reports, dissertations, and other research-related materials.
  12. Electronic diaries: digital versions of diaries and other personal entries. The library has a special section for author diaries, where you can keep entries in chronological order.
  13. Electronic patents: digital versions of patents and other documents related to intellectual property.
  14. Internet Archives: electronic versions of web pages and other online materials that can be saved in archiving programs and uploaded for preservation in the library.
  15. Computer programs and applications: digital versions of software, applications, and games.
  16. Electronic dictionaries and reference books: digital versions of various dictionaries and reference books on various topics.
  17. Music: digital versions of music, albums, and other audio materials.
  18. Digital maps: electronic versions of maps, geographic and topographic data.

Why is the digital library free for authors and readers?

All services to authors and readers are provided free of charge. So it was, so it is and so it will be. There are several reasons why the library stores and makes available information published by authors for free:
  1. Accessibility. Free access to information makes it available to all users, regardless of their financial status or location. This is important to ensure equal access to education and information for all.
  2. Dissemination of knowledge. The purpose of digital libraries is to disseminate knowledge and information throughout the world. Free access to information contributes to this goal because it allows people to access the latest scientific discoveries and other important information resources.
  3. Social effect. Many authors, especially those who publish their works in the electronic library, do not receive direct financial benefits from their publications, but do so in order to promote science and disseminate knowledge. Providing free access to their work helps them achieve this goal.
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