Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 10, Pages: 1-7
Yelena Vladimirovna Kuntz1* and Vladimir Yurjevich Golubovskiy2
1 Institute of Law, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Chelyabinsk State University, Chelyabinsk, The Russian Federation; [email protected]
2 Department for Civil Service, Personnel and Prevention of Corruption, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Moscow, The Russian Federation
Nowadays the problem of legal regulation of ethnic and religious conflicts is becoming highly importantlike never before. It becomes the subject matter of research not only for domestic scientists but all over the world as well. This is also confirmed by the migration processes that embrace all continents. Due to the unresolved issues of particular nations and the peoples who live in different parts of the globe, these instances threaten the world law and order. There has been an increase of paramilitary extremist organizations advocating ideas of racial supremacy and national xenophobia. Imperfect legislation facilitates activities of these organizations as well as the lack of proper framework that would define the nature of ethnic and religious conflicts. This is due to the extreme complexity of the issues arising out of cases related to this category, as well as law enforcement personnel lacking sufficient knowledge, experience and practice and the insufficiency of their scientific and methodological support in this area. In order to confront these processes it is necessary to carry out legal analysis of religious and ethnic conflicts, to generalize global experience of their emergence and to make an overview of this experience. The author suggests using domestic and foreign experience as a solution.
Keywords: Authorization, Extremism, Extremist Organizations, Global Law and Order, Imperfection of Legislation, Legal Nature, Migration Processes, National Economic Security, National Security, National Xenophobia, Racial Superiority, Religious and Ethnics Conflicts, Resistance, State Sovereignty
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