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CONTENTS

MECHANISMS OF HARMONIZATION AND UNIFICATION OF NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMS
Khabrieva T. Y. Harmonization of Legal System of the Russian Federation in the Conditions of International Integration: Challenges of Contemporaneity
Esin Örücü. Perception of Widespread: Four Rounds of Widespread Perceived in the Turkish Legal System

ACUTE ISSUES OF PUBPIC LAW
Lafitsky V. I. Secession in the Modern World: Constitutional Law and International Law Aspects
Nematov A. R. Legislative Initiative and Forms of its Realization According to the Constitution of the Republic of Tajikistan and of the Russian Federation (comparative-legal analysis)

ACUTE ISSUES OF PRIVATE LAW
Gaidaenko Sher N. I. Application of UNIDROIT Principles and ICC Principles to Facilitate Commercial Negotiations for International Commercial Contracts
Semilutina N. G., Solovieva S. V. Legal Regulation of Collective Investments Schemes under the Legislation of the Great Britain and the USA
Sinitsin S. A. Absolute and Proprietary Rights According to the Civil Law of Hungary: the Doctrine and the Legislation
Obolonkova E. V. Confiscation and Nationalization: National Legislation and the Experience of Foreign Regulation (Republic of Kazakhstan Experience)

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STANDARDS OF LABOR RELATIONS
Morozov P. E. Influence of the International Labour Organization Conception of Decent Work on Afghanistan Labour Legislation Development
Seregina L. V. Tendencies of the Development of Legislation Regulating Labour Protection Relations in the CIS Member-States

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STANDARDS FOR COUNTERING CORRUPTION
Sidorenko E. L. Anticorruption Standards of the OECD and its Implementation in National Criminal Law (Experience of Third Evaluation Round)
Sevalnev V. V. Combating Corruption: PRC’s Experience 

CRIMINAL LAW
Musaelyan M. F. Qualified Circumstances of a Terrorist Act: the Interpretation, Qualification, Improvement (Comparative Legal Analysis)

JUSTICE AND JUDICIAL PRACTICE
Seleznev V. A. Particularities of the Mediation Institute in the Law of the Near Abroad States

EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOR DEMOCRACY THROUGH LAW (THE VENICE COMMISSION OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE)
Kurbanov R. A., Shvedkova O. V., Belyalova A. M. Analytical Review of the Work of the 98th Plenary Session of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission)
Conclusion of the Venice Commission CDL-AD(2014)002 "Whether the decision taken by the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in Ukraine to organize a referendum on becoming a constituent territory of the Russian Federation or restoring Crimea's 1992 Constitution is compatible with constitutional principles"
Khabrieva T. Y., Lafitsky V. I. Comments on the Draft Conclusion of the Venice Commission on "Whether the Decision Taken by the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in Ukraine to Organize a Referendum on Becoming a Constituent Territory of the Russian Federation or Restoring Crimea's 1992 Constitution is Compatible with Constitutional Principles"

RESEARCHES OF YOUNG SCHOLARS
Smirnova M. G. Force Majeure in Russian, Foreign and International Law
Belyakova A. V. "Reasonable Time" and the Principle of Reasonableness in the Laws of Some Foreign Countries

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