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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Politics" / 2014 № 2.


A.V. Manoilo

Color Revolutions and problems of dismantling of political regimes in a changing world. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2014, no. 2.

UDC Index: 321

Date of publication: 02.06.2014

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The article analyzes the problems associated with dismantling of the political regimes in modern countries (of both authoritarian and democratic type) and the role of technology in the process of color revolutions. Problems of dismantling of political regimes and the associated problems of color revolutions in modern conditions become extremely urgent and relevant. This is due not only to the fact that at a closer examination the events in Ukraine duplicate the scenario of the color revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East, known as the “Arab Spring”, in particular – the revolution in Egypt, indicating that these events happened not by chance. The reason is that the traditional tools of dismantling, which are familiar to the whole world community, a new generation of instruments has come into being. They are more delicate and combine methods of using force with the technologies of manipulative control of mass consciousness and behavior of the masses of civilians.

Key words

foreign policy, political regime, color revolutions, the dismantling of political regimes, international conflict, the U.S.А., Ukraine, technology of colored revolutions

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