Revolutions in military affair and their influence on world politics
The research examines the theory of Revolutions in military affairs and considers its genesis, the most important ideas and influence on world politics. In scientific literature there are many views, interpretations and approaches on the such conception. Applying meta-analysis, the research focuses on crucial points in each scientific paper and classifies them based on specific criteria. As a result of the research, different approaches, definitions, periodizations were systemized in three large-scale traditions: Soviet/Russian, American and European. Each of them has got its unique foundations and contradictions to each other. Countries tend to implement in its policies only one tradition due to their totally oppositional natures.
Garanina Anastasiia S., Efremova Maria V., Machulkin Alexey E., Lyubin Evgeny V., Vorobyeva Natalia S., Zhironkina Oxana A., Strelkova Olga S., Kireev Igor I., Alieva Irina B., Uzbekov Rustem E., Agafonov Viatcheslav N., Shchetinin Igor V., Fedyanin Andrey A., Erofeev Alexander S., Gorelkin Peter V., Korchev Yuri E., Savchenko Alexander G., Abakumov Maxim A.