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Rapid response and tactics
Gaboev N.V. - Separate aspects of the work of operational units in the course of search for signals of corruption manifestations in the road sector, using unified information database in the area of procurement in the Russian Federation pp. 19-26


Abstract: The subject of this research is the separate aspects of the work of operational units in the course of search for signals of corruption manifestations in the road sector, using unified information database in the area of procurement in the Russian Federation. The author describes the search activity of operational units in the struggle against corruption manifestations in the road sector, as well as examines its specificity, practical importance and efficiency using web resources. Particular attention is dedicated to application of the unified information database in the area of procurement. Methodological framework contains the general scientific method of dialectical materialism, methods of formal logics and description, generalization, classification, and comparative-legal method. The main conclusions consist in theoretical substantiation of practical importance and efficiency of conducting search activity by operational units in the struggle against corruption crimes in the road sector, using online web resources, namely the unified information database in the area of procurement.
Semenyuk A. - Arms embargo as a factor of the Libyan crisis pp. 35-43


Abstract: The research subject is arms embargo imposed on Libya in 2011. The author analyzes the consequences of the UN Security Council resolutions 1970 and 1973, which had introduced embargo on arms supply to Libya. Special attention is given to the work of the UN institutions in charge of control over sanctions compliance. The author demonstrates the arms embargo’s impact on the armed conflict in Libya in 2011, and the situation with the proliferation of Libyan weapons beyond the country. The author considers such aspects of the topic as the impact of arms embargo on the political crisis in Libya after Gaddafi’s deposition and its role in the 2014-2015 military conflict. The main research method is the principle of historicism, which helps analyze the role of arms embargo in the political crisis in Libya at its different stages in 2011 – 2016. The scientific novelty of the study consists in the consideration of the reasons of toughening or easing of arms embargo against Libya in 2012 – 2016, and the political consequences of these decisions of the UN Security Council. Besides, the author notes the recent tendencies in weapons proliferation in Libya and the reasons of embargo’s ineffectiveness. 
Panenkov A.A. - Directions for the fight with organized resistance of the members of criminal formations at the stage of pre-trial proeedings in the counter-terrorist operation period (on the materials of the Chechen Republic) pp. 45-87


Abstract: In this article the author analyzes the directions of fight with the organized resistance of members of the criminal formations at hte stage of  of pre-trial proeedings in the counter-terrorist operation period (on the materials of the Chechen Republic). The author provides some results of his scientific studies in the sphere of fighting against terrorism financing. The author also makes specific proposals on optimization of guarantees of security of the investigators of the Investigation Departments of the Investigation Committee of Russia.
Stepanenko V.S. - Environmental Policy in the Sphere of Waste Treatment in the EU and Russia pp. 48-102
Abstract: Intensive development of the environmental law starting from last 70's shows how important the environmental protection issues have grown. Back in XX century scientists, researchers and the society were mostl concerned about the protection of water and forest resources, animals and air pollution but today the threat spectrum has been changed. It does mean the aforesaid problems have been solved though. Unfortunately, there is still a long way to go, but at least solutions have been developed and associated measures have been discussed including legal measures too. Today's priorities include the climate protection, waste and hazardous substances treatment, fight against environmental crime, first of all, organized crime and corruption as well as development of the environmental policy that would comply with the conditions of the gobalising world. Twenty years ago very little was spoken of the environmental policy and its trends in our country. The decisive point was when the Environmental Conference  was held in Rio de Janeiro. However, noot all elements of the environmental policy have been modernized, developed or implemented. There are still gaps in the environmental law, too. This can be clearly seen when we analyze the environmental policy and laws in the sphere of waste treatment. Therefore, it would make sense to view the contents and meaning of waste treatment, to evaluate how well its elements are developed and how topical its issue are and how efficient methods and measures are compared to the experience of foreign states. The author of the article also analyzes the structure and definition of environmental policy from the point of comparative law in the European Union, EU member states and the Russian Federation. The author in detail describes the economic, envirommental and socio-psychological factors influencing the development and implementation of environmental policy. 
Tatarinov R.A. - Regarding Some Aspects of Activity Performed by Internal Affairs Security Departments of the Penitentiary System for Corruption Suppression pp. 52-59


Abstract: The article is devoted to certain issues that may arise in the process of operational search activity performed by internal affairs security departments of Russia's penitentiary system for detection, prevention, suprresion and disclosure of corruption as well as identification of persons involved. The rationale of the research is caused by the constructin of a constitutional democracy state and Russia's anticorruption policy at this stage of Russia's development. Corruption in state agencies including penitentiary agencies undermines their authority and compromises its public image and creates a threat for the national security of Russia in general. To write this research article, the author has used such methods as analysis and synthesis, deduction and induction, generalisation, observation, description, comparison, and classificatino of applicable operational search, criminal and penal laws and regulations of Russia and particular types of corruption crimes that can be met in the penitentiary system of Russia. Based on the analysis of corruption risks, the author describes types and categories of corruption crimes that are most frequently committed by the penitentiary system officers as well as operational search methods to detect and prevent them. The author also focuses on the issues of anti-corruption education and prevention, causes and conditions of corruption crimes in the penitentiary system. The author emphasizes the need to increase the level of the legal awareness of officers and workers of the department dealing with bribery. To achieve a positive result and increase the efficiency of suppression of corruption crimes, the author offers a list of measures to be undertaken by officers of the internal affairs security department of Russia's penitentiary system. 
Silaeva N.A. - Normative legal guarantees of prevention of crimes against political system of the Russian Federation. pp. 88-111


Abstract: The article is devoted to the legal aspects of prevention of crimes against the political system of Russia. The author analyzed the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the legislation of the Russian Federation on anti-criminal measures, including measures against extremism and terrorism, as well as some legislative norms of the Republic of Tatarstan on prevention of crimes against the political system of the Russian Federation. The author also analyzed the legislation of the Russian Federation on national security, she developed the draft of legal norm and made some suggestions on the improvement of legislation in order to protect the political system of the Russian Federation against criminal encroachments. In this article the author points out that in order to make fighting crimes against the political system of Russia more efficient,  there is need to the improve the norms of other branches of law, as well as criminal law.
Panenkov A.A. - Preliminary Analysis of Law Enforcement Authorities' and Intelligent Agencies' Response to Terrorist-Oriented Crime in 2012 and 2013 Prognosis for Russia. Results of Researches 2010-2012 on Fighting Terrorism Financing in the Republic of Ingushetia (Conclusions and Suggestions pp. 153-253


Abstract: In his article the author offers he preliminary analysis of law enforcement' and intelligent agencies' response to terrorist-oriented crime in 2012 and shares the 2013 prognosis for Russia. The author also shares the results of researches conducted in 2010-2012 on fighting terrorism financing in the Republic of Ingushetia, makes conclusions and concrete suggestions on how to better fight terrorism and terrorism financing. 
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