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Foreign Relations and Inter-Civilizational Interaction from a Social-Political Perspective: The Case of Russia, Iran and Egypt

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  • M. Kameneva
  • G. Lukyanova
  • D. Tavberidze

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The article considers the history of the formation and development of Iran-Russia cultural contacts in the framework of time-consistent political and economic discourses. An important role of Russian and Persian languages and literatures of both countries in this process is noted, and a decisive role of societies of cultural relations between Russia and Iran in the development of bilateral cultural relations is emphasized.Particular attention in this context is paid to the last decades, when cultural cooperation becomes an important factor in the foreign policy strategy of the two countries.The article is devoted to the development of Egypt-Russia relations in the aspect of the inter-civilization dialogue; the dynamics of their development in different historical eras are analyzed, factors that have had a decisive influence on the nature of bilateral interaction are considered.

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  • M. Kameneva & G. Lukyanova & D. Tavberidze, 2018. "Foreign Relations and Inter-Civilizational Interaction from a Social-Political Perspective: The Case of Russia, Iran and Egypt," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(2), pages 499-513.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xxi:y:2018:i:2:p:499-513
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