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Author(s):  
Anna Alekseevna Komakha ◽  
Mikhail Aleksandrovich Ivashkin ◽  
Mikhail Vladimirovich Kotov

This article analyzes the relations between France and the Middle East states through the prism of foreign policy course of Emmanuel Macron, who was elected as the president of France on May 14, 2017. The Middle East vector of foreign policy is traditional for the Republic, and therefore is one of the foreign policy priorities for the current leader. The author aim to determine the essence and key peculiarities of the Middle East course of E. Macron. For achieving the set goal it is necessary to outline the priority foreign policy vectors of the president and range of countries in the region that are subject to the measures of his chosen course; analyze in which states and to what extent the leader of the Republic continues the policy of his predecessors who were in power since the early XXI century; and changes in the relations between France and certain Middle East states. The conclusion is made on the presence of particular factors that hinder the conduct of smart policy in the region, which would meet the interests of all Middle Eastern actors. Disaccord of the French leader with his international partners regarding the Middle East regulation significantly complicates the implementation of smart foreign relative to the Arab world. E. Macron is currently paying scrupulous attention to the policy of European integration, which raises a number of unresolved issues regarding the Middle East. This alongside the domestic political issues undermines the authority of the current French leader.


2021 ◽  
pp. 41-52
Author(s):  
Zbigniew Czachór

The main research objective of the text is to analyse the refugee relocation system in the light of historical institutionalism in 2015–2018. Historical institutionalism refers to the interaction between European integration actors in the European Union system, analysed in retrospect from a documentary perspective. The time factor is particularly important, since it enables to follow the institutional process defined by EU norms, procedures and integration rules and their sequential impact on favoured treatment or disavowing of integration visions, preferences, needs and interests. In view of the above, the refugee relocation system proposed and introduced in the period 2015–2018 confirms the above research assumption that the political decision on relocation made by the European Commission and the European Council resulted in a relevant legal act adopted by the EU Council to regulate the issue. Although under the pressure of the situation Member States agreed, some of them began to contest the decisions later.


2021 ◽  
pp. 319-336
Author(s):  
Adam Barabasz

The main aim of the article was to present the views of Mieczysław F. Rakowski on the multifaceted process of European integration in the years 1958–1990. Attention was focused on the “German problem”, the ideological war: capitalism – communism, the enlargement of the European Communities to new countries in the 1970s and 1980s.


Author(s):  
Ruslan Mokhnyuk

The purpose of the article is to investigate the impact of European integration processes on the development and diversity of civil society institutions in Ukraine. Methodology. The interdisciplinary approach to scientific knowledge in culturology, philosophy, political science, sociology has expanded the complex idea of ​​European integration criteria for the development of public institutions in Ukraine. The culturological method contributed to the introduction of data on the influence of civil society institutions on its development into the research structure. The method of statistical data analysis allowed us to trace the quantitative slice in the direction of increasing the institutions of civil society. The scientific novelty lies in the complexity of the approach to identifying synergies and interdependence of European integration and institutional citizenship processes in Ukraine. Conclusions. Realizing the national interests of Ukraine, the European choice opens new prospects for cooperation with the continent, promotes the development of civil society institutions, provides opportunities for economic progress, strengthens Ukraine's position in the world system of international relations, opens the way to collective structures of common security. Current trends in the development of civil society institutions in Ukraine in the context of European integration policy are: increasing the number of civil society institutions, flexibility of their response to public needs, different areas of their activities, media intensification in consolidating society, focusing on international legislation, use of grant projects; participation in international cultural practices. The scientific support of coordinated interaction of civil society with various branches of government on issues of European integration processes contributes to the improvement of the activity of civil society institutions. To do this, they use cultural, informational, consultative, dialogue, partnership tools for the implementation of European integration reforms in Ukraine. However, it is important to note that the interaction of Western states and civil society institutions is quite active and fruitful in contrast to the situation in Ukraine, where the state is interested in the development of these institutions, but they are not active enough in cooperation and positioning themselves in solving important problems, limited to the fragmentary participation in the life processes of the country. Keywords: civil society, non-governmental organizations, public institutions, European integration, cultural practices of Rivne region.


Author(s):  
Ніна Арая Берріос ◽  
Валерія Шульгіна

The purpose of the article. Identify the background of social and cultural project aspects in modern European cultural integration in Ukraine based on the activities of the Kyiv Municipal Academy of Circus and Performing Arts; to outline the European integration vectors of performative cultural creation in Ukraine of the XXI century; to consider culture as a condition and a term of solving problems and tasks that are in other planes of social and individual life. The aim of the article is to analyze the musical and circus art project "Circle", which aims to combine and interact with traditional and innovative artistic trends by integrating them into a common and integral cultural area. The aim of the article is to analyze the music and circus art project "Circle", which aims is to combine and interact with traditional and innovative artistic trends by integrating them into a common and integral cultural space. The peculiarity of the work is the analysis of the phenomenon of "social and cultural project aspects", how it is reflected in the artistic area and how it affects culture in general. It is proved that in this context the starting point of cultural creation and formation of cultural norms and values ​​is the activity of the educational institution, which affects the development of infrastructure and improvement of social and cultural space. Tasks: to identify the roots of social and cultural project aspects of modern European integration culture in Ukraine based on the activities of the Kyiv Municipal Academy of Circus and Performing Arts; to outline the European integration vectors of performative cultural creation in Ukraine of the XXI century; to consider culture as a condition and a means of solving problems and tasks that are in other planes of social and individual life. Methodology. The research is based on an interdisciplinary approach using the methods of historicism, scientific retrospection, personology, source study approach, and the method of theoretical generalization. The scientific novelty of the research is that the historical facts concerning the Kyiv Municipal Academy of Circus and Performing Arts, about its cultural and creative activity on the example of the music and circus art project "Circle" are collected and systematized. The significance of international collaboration for the further development of European integration processes in Ukraine of the XXI century is proved, the European integration cultural creation in Ukraine is investigated on the example of the music and circus art project "Circle". Conclusions. All-Ukrainian and international creative projects in the context of social and cultural project aspects are aimed at reproducing and preserving culture by internalizing cultural values, replicating the best ideas, attracting new technologies for cultural development in general as a basis for interpersonal and international communication. Creating and supporting art projects is one of the main tasks of cultural policy in educating the next generation of citizens with a clear cultural and national identity, which will further increase the cultural potential of the nation and the presentation of art projects in the international arena. Keywords: European integration, social and cultural project aspects, musical and circus art project "Circle", international collaboration, Kyiv Municipal Academy of Circus and Performing Arts, musical art, circus art.


2021 ◽  
pp. 61-64
Author(s):  
V. KRAVCHENKO ◽  
H. SOSOI ◽  
S. DEINEKA

This article presents a study of the concept EUROPE, done in the area of cognitive linguistics. The concept EUROPE is considered a conceptual quantum of structured knowledge, possessing of different meanings. The article analyzes the concept EUROPE from a linguistic point of view, which allowed to reveal a number of specific features of its semantics, to get a more comprehensive and diverse view of it by constructing cognitive schemes implementing concept EUROPE, as well as to identify basic metaphorical models. Involvement of methods of conceptual analysis allows to present the analised concept in the form of a certain conceptual model, a special way organized conceptual scheme. With the help of the conceptual model of the Subject frame the cognitive dynamics of the concept development in the European integration discourse is revealed. Political metaphor is one of the most common and effective policy tools. The research material is characterized by the use of metaphors belonging to such basic types, which are related to the reference spheres as the sociomorphic sphere, the anthropomorphic sphere, the sphere of artifacts and the sphere of nature. Conceptual metaphors of European integration discourse use in their codes the conceptual fields “space”, “travel”, “movement”, “construction”, “work results”, “family relations”, “nature”, “sports”, “art”, etc.


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