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History of State and Law №2 - 2014

ИМПЕРИЯ И ЕЕ ЗАКОНЫ: РЕТРОСПЕКТИВА
  • Akirejkm Dmitrij Aleksandrovich,

    М.О. Men'shikov on the conception of the "strong power" in the Russian Empire in the beginning of the XX century p. 3-6

    Akirejkm Dmitrij Aleksandrovich, graduate student of the Chair of Russian History of Vyatka State Humanitarian University M.O. Menshikov is a prominent publicist and literary critic. And the text is about Menshikov’s opinion about ways of modernizing Russia at the beginning of 20 century.

    М.О. Men'shikov on the conception of the "strong power" in the Russian Empire in the beginning of the XX century

    There are his ideas of different ways of building «strongs legal state, ways of avoiding political and social crisis.

  • Kodintsev Aleksandr Yakovlevich,

    Management of agencies of German justice during the period of the soviet occupation (1945-1949) p. 7-11

    Kodintsev Aleksandr Yakovlevich, Chair of Theory and History of State and Law of Surgut State University, doctor of juridical sciences, professor

    Management of agencies of German justice during the period of the soviet occupation (1945-1949)

    The article reveals the organizational and legal status of German justice in East Germany after the war. At that time, the gradual replacement of the imperial model of traditional justice Justice.

  • Belyaeva Olga Maratovna,

    Regions of the Russian Federation: the history of the uniting process in 2003-2008 p. 12-17

    Belyaeva Olga Maratovna, Ph.D. in Law, Associate professor of theory and history of state subdepartment. Kazan (Volga) Federal University

    Regions of the Russian Federation: the history of the uniting process in 2003-2008

    The article has an analysis of swings and roundabouts of reforms on Russian regions ’ consolidation implemented in 2003—2008; the article also tells about the early existing projects on consolidation of constituent territories.

  • Bely kh Vladimir Sergeevich,

    The last Emperor of Russia: Ekaterinburg insight p. 18-27

    Bely kh Vladimir Sergeevich, Director of the Institute of Law and Entrepreneurship of Ural State Law Academy, doctor of juridical sciences, professor

    The last Emperor of Russia: Ekaterinburg insight

    The article concerns a psychological portrait of Emperor Nikolaj Aleksandrovich, shows certain episodes of his life which may clarify the character of the last Emperor for our contemporaries. There was a lot of mystics in the life of Nicholas the Second and his family. The author does not exclude the idea that predictions of the monks about death of the tsar and his family consistently led Nicholas to his ominous ending.

  • Minakov Andrei Sergeyevich,

    The development of the regulatory framework form of annual reports of Russian governors in the first half of the XIX century p. 28-32

    Minakov Andrei Sergeyevich, Director of the Orel regional museum, Doctor of historical sciences

    The development of the regulatory framework form of annual reports of Russian governors in the first half of the XIX century

    The legal framework of preparation of annual reports humbly is analyzed in the article. The role of governor’s report as an important information channel and instrument of control over the activities of local control is shown.

  • Tumanova Anastasia Sergeevna, Bezruchenkov Maksim Vladimirovich,

    The ideas of state governed by law in the B.A. Kistjakovsky’s views p. 33-40

    Tumanova Anastasia Sergeevna, Doctor of history, doctor of law, professor, professor and the leading scientific researcher of the National Research University Higher School of Economics

    Bezruchenkov Maksim Vladimirovich, 4th year student of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, member of the Scientific-Educational Group «The institutionalization of human rights in the context of modernization of the state and the legal system of Russia in the beginning of XX century»

    The ideas of state governed by law in the B.A. Kistjakovsky’s views

    The article is devoted to the research of politiko-legal views of B.A. Kistjakovsky, a late-19th to early-20th century liberal. The special attention is paid to the main principles of state governed by law, developed by Kistjakovsky.

  • Gubareva Anna Viktorovna,

    Historical and legal analysis of the foreign economic activities regulation in Russia p. 41-44

    Gubareva Anna Viktorovna, Associate Professor of Business Law Department Ural State Law Academy Candidate of legal sciences, docent

    Historical and legal analysis of the foreign economic activities regulation in Russia

    The article provides the summary of main trends and periods of the foreign trade development in Russia prior to 1918. While analyzing the genesis and development of the foreign economic activities the author examines the main stages of the foreign trade law in Russia in the light of the state’s efforts to enhance and codify the legislation.

«ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫЕ» ОБЛАСТИ ПРАВА
  • Loskutov Sergey Mikhailovich,

    General-governors and their powers to combat terror in Russia in the end of XIX - beginning of XX centuries p. 45-49

    Loskutov Sergey Mikhailovich, graduate of Moscow state juridical University name O.E. Kutafin (MSLA)

    General-governors and their powers to combat terror in Russia in the end of XIX - beginning of XX centuries

    The article considers General-governors and their powers to combat terror in Russia in the end of XIX — beginning of XX centuries. The author reveals the reasons for the emergence of new posts in the reign of Emperor Alexander II, their basic rights, as well as further development and expansion of their powers in the reign of Alexander III and Nicholas II.

  • Prosandeeva Natalya Vasilyevna,

    The counteract to a corrupt practice: legal systems in history p. 50-54

    Prosandeeva Natalya Vasilyevna, а doctor ofphilosophy, a professor of Department of Humanities and Social-economical science at Moscow Institute of Border

    The counteract to a corrupt practice: legal systems in history

    The article is devoted to different forms of corruption crimes in states of antique and modern history, as to methods of its interrupting. A special place gave to laws and reforms of Peter the Great, which mentally fights with specific Russian forms of corruption. The author notes: all anti-corrupt campaign are unusable without fundamental changes of ideals and values in society.

  • Orlov Dmitry Vladimirovich,

    Jurisprudence and investigative practice soviet period (1953-1957) for crimes committed under provocation p. 55-58

    Orlov Dmitry Vladimirovich, candidate of legal sciences, associate professor chair of Criminal law of Vladimir State University named A.G.& N.G. Stoletovs

    Jurisprudence and investigative practice soviet period (1953-1957) for crimes committed under provocation

    The author believes that, without a comparative historical analysis jurisprudence and investigative practice devoted to the issue of provocation in criminal law (Entrapment) difficult to develop further scientific approaches to regulation.

  • Vorobyev Sergey Mikhailovich,

    Rehabilitation as a way to compensate moral harm to the soviet prisoners of war in the USSR p. 59-63

    Vorobyev Sergey Mikhailovich, PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of the Department of theory of state and law, international and European law the Academy of the Federal Penal Service the Academy of the Federal Penal Service of Russia

    Rehabilitation as a way to compensate moral harm to the soviet prisoners of war in the USSR

    This scientific article is devoted to the development of the Institute of reimbursement for moral damage through rehabilitation. The author makes a scientific analysis of the development of the Institute of rehabilitation as a way of reimbursement for moral damage to the Soviet prisoners of war in the USSR.