THE MEASURE OF TRUST IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. WEST – EAST RELATIONS CASE

Zvyagina Daria

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/cjps.2015.01.02

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The object of research is the trust problem in the relations of the East and the West. The author in detail analyzes the phenomenon of trust, its principles and distinctive signs. Special attention is paid to conditions of formation of trust as on micro (between individuals) and at the macro level (between societies). The author connects the trust problem with a categorization “friend-or-foe”, considered in the civilization aspect of the subject. Thus, the author in the research used the case study method and content analysis. The novelty of research consists in approach to understanding intensity between civilizations of the East and the West through a problem of the possibility of confidential relations between them. The author comes to a conclusion that in the modern international relations there is a paradoxical situation: the trust measure between the countries decreases, in volume time as it is possible to cope with new calls and threats only through consolidation of the world community on the basis of mutual trust.


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trust; the East and the West; “friend-or-foe”; international relations

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