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Monograph Political and legal resources of federalism in Russia
Edited by Rafael Khakimov. Kazan, 2006. 632 p. (in Russian)
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Edited by Rafael Khakimov. Kazan, 2006. 632 p. (in Russian)

Monograph Political and legal resources of federalism in Russia.    pdf (adobe acrobat reader) (pdf)

Edited by Rafael Khakimov. Kazan, 2006. 632 p. (in Russian)

Editorial staff: R.S.Khakimov (editor-in-chief), L.R.Amirkhanova, R.F.Abdrakhmanov, V.V.Khomenko

The book is a result of discussions at seminars and the conferences which took place in Kazan and in Moscow within the framework of the project Political and legal resources of federalism in Russia (2004-2006). Authors of the book are prominent Moscow experts, scientists from regions, and also foreign experts on problems of federalism.

The book is designed for experts, teachers, students, as well as for the broad audience of readers who are interested in federalism modern condition and its prospects in Russia and in the world.

ISBN 5-94-990-016-2

Contents

Chapter I. Formation of federalism in Russia: historical aspect

  • Lubov Boltenkova. Parliaments influence on development of federalism in Russia
  • Semen Nikonov. The general and particular in mutual relations of the center with provinces and other territories in Russia (the end of the XIXth the beginning of the XXth centuries)
  • Anatoly Garanzha. The All-Russia Constituent assembly about state system of the country
  • Lubov Boltenkova. Will the Russian federalism reform keep a national - territorial principle?
  • Vladimir Lysenko. Evolution of parliamentarism in conditions of authority centralization in Russia: federal and regional levels
  • Victor Cherepanov. Federal reform in Russia: a modern condition and prospects of development
  • Nikolay Petrov. Plenipotentiaries in system of federal executive authority
  • Rafael Khakimov. Reorganization and the newest history of Tatarstan: a sight in 20 years
  • Dmitry Oreshkin. The imperial project in Russia
  • Cameron Ross. Federalism and democratization in Russia

Chapter II. Legal base of federalism in Russia

1. The constitution and the legislation as factors of federalism development in Russia

  • Sergey Shakhray. Federalism: the way of actions or the way of views?
  • Otto Luchterhandt. Russia on a way to imitation of federalism
  • Milena Gligich-Zolotareva. Metamorphosises of parliamentarism in a modern federal state
  • Alexey Pavlushkin. About some questions of perfection of federal authorities interaction and a legislature of subjects of Federation
  • Alexander Blankenagel. Procedures of joint decision-making legislative and executive authorities of the Russian Federation and subjects of the Russian Federation
  • Valery Zubov. What governor is better: appointed or elected?

2. The status of the subject of federation

  • Svetlana Popova. The status of the subject of the Russian Federation: the common and particular
  • Shakir Yagudin. State system questions of republics of the Russian Federation in their constitutions
  • Tamara Makosejchuk. A dual legal status of the subject supreme official of the Russian Federation
  • Victor Cherepanov. The constitutional Court and regional authority reform
  • Midkhat Kurmanov. A legislature of subjects of the Federation in conditions of the modern reforms initiated by president V.V.Putin
  • Marat Galeev.Treaty separation of powers between public authorities of the Russian Federation and R as one of the federalism development forms in Russia
  • Ildar Nasyrov. Regions of the Russian Federation in a context of the international integration
  • Timur Akulov, Igor Savelyev, Ildar Nasyrov. The international contacts of Republic Tatarstan
  • Vadim Khomenko. Differentiation in economic and social development of regions of the Russian Federation
  • Milena Gligich-Zolotareva. The new scheme of separation of powers: hundred twenty second and second hundred ninety ninth
  • Natalia Zubarevich. Amalgamation of autonomous regions: advantages and risks
  • Natalia Isaeva. Creation of the Perm territory: problems and achievements

3. A role of an economic force in development of federal relations

  • Vladimir Leksin. The federal authority on the territory of the subjects of Federation
  • Sergey Trunov. Interbudgetary relations in view of the Russian model of federalism
  • Vadim Khomenko, Varvara Kulkova, Natalia Kulyagina, Olga Zakirova. Formation of the Russian model of interbudgetary relations
  • Larisa Khoperskaja. Administrative and political, budgetary and tax reforms: the social and economic development factor or factor of political instability?

Chapter III. Political factors of federalization of Russia

1. Ethnic and confessional problems of the Russian federalism

  • Rashid Vagizov. Federalism and rights of peoples
  • Shakir Yagudin. Taking into account national features in the Constitution and laws of Republic Tatarstan
  • Larisa Khoperskaja. Centralization of authority and its consequence for Northern Caucasus
  • Evgeny Klementyev. The language right and an educational politics (by the example of Republic Karelia)
  • Marat Lotfullin. Education on the native language in Russia: the right and reality
  • Marlène Laruelle. Autochthonization a political islam and its connection with Russian nationalist movements
  • Rimzil Valeev. A role of electronic mass-media and Internet in ethnic and cultural development of peoples of Russia autochthonous

2. Political parties and social movements about prospects of federalism in Russia

  • Leokadija Drobizheva. Social resource of federalism in Russia to the middle of the first decade of the XXIst century
  • Sergey Markov. A civil society as a condition of development of federalism
  • Midkhat Kurmanov, Gulnara Khabibullina. Political parties in a legislature of the subject of federation: the Russian and foreign experience
  • Marat Safarov. Pro and contra federalism in Russia: a position of political parties

3. A role of local self-management in development of federal relation

  • Svetlana Jurkova. A role and a place of representative bodies of local self-management in system of federal relations of the Russian Federation
  • Elena Gritsenko. Legal regulation of the organization of local self-management: redistribution of powers between levels of authority at the present stage of federal and municipal reform

Chapter IV. The Russian federalism in a mirror of sociology

  • Liliya Nizamova. A discourse of federalism in modern Russia: a condition and features (by the example of newspaper press of the Russian Federation)
    I. The purposes, a technique and sample of research
    II. Representation of federalism themes in the Russian newspaper discourse
    III. Federalistic idea in a context of actual political values of Russia: dynamics of a newspaper discourse
  • Leokadija Drobizheva, Alla Chirikova. The center and regions: consequences of recentralization for the Russian federalism
    Introduction
    1. The Russian federalism: approaches and analytical estimations
    2. Influence of verticalization of authorities on a condition of the Russian federalism today: estimations of regional elites
    3. Political reform and resources of regions
    4. Model of appointment: political consequences and resources of regions leaders
    5. What regional elites wait from the Center: search of optimum model of interaction
    6. Formal institutes and informal practice of interaction between the Center and regions
    7. Intraelite processes: regional measurement
    8. A vertical of authority and local self-management
    9. National projects: a step towards regions?
    10. Is regional resistance to the Center possible today?
    The conclusion. The center and regions: political paternalism or rationalization of interaction strategy?
    The list of the literature

 
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