Anna Menshova

Understanding of Russian legal system 5/5 (4)

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Russia’s legal system is quite compound. As Russia belongs to the continental  (Romano-Germanic) legal system, it acknowledges written sources of law. Laws, like rules of a game, are intended to regulate all the sides of social, governmental and in some cases private life, so that the one’s freedom does not cross freedom of another.  The […]

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EU-Ukraine Free Visa Regime: Ukraine’s Next Brain-Drain Catastrophe be 1st to rate this!

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Many historians will argue that the largest population decline in the Russian speaking world was immediately after the break-up of the Soviet Union. I want to argue a position that the largest  brain-drain will take place during the next two years [starting next winter 2016] in Ukraine. The upcoming visa-free regime lobbyied by the government […]

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The Last Free Markets or: “Why You Should Learn Russian” 5/5 (4)

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If you are a student  of International Economics, International Business, Accounting, International Law, International Business, Accounting, Foreign Relations , Medicine or any sphere of engineering then you must absolutely study Russian and or Ukrainian. Why? There is an critical need for “know-how”, or what is called  “knowledge –exchange” to help with transforming numerous previously “state-managed” […]

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Break-Up of The European Union 2016-2017 Only Benefits For Ukraine, Belarus and Russia 5/5 (2)

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EU santions against Russia are only contributing to slow death of the agricultural/meat export capacity of the EU and not to mentionl industrial trade would be an injustice. Have “sanctions” really worked historically between any country–no.   The reality of the European Union is that it faces the most dramatic ethnic transformation in the next […]