PUGWASH CONFERENCE ON SCIENCE AND WORLD AFFAIRS: CONTRIBUTION MADE BY VLADIMIR MIKHAILOVICH KHVOSTOV

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Albina Imamutdinova
Nikita Kuvshinov
Elena Venidiktova
Ramziya Gubaydullina

Keywords

History, Historiography, Education, Pugwash movement, International congresses

Abstract

Purpose: The article deals with the research activities and interests of Vladimir Mikhailovich Khvostov, which were quite diverse. After analyzing numerous historiographical and archival sources, as well as available literature on this topic, it will be advisable to identify three areas of scientific interests of the scientist.


Methodology: The History of diplomacy and international relations; problems of General and national history (mainly the events of world wars); and the tasks of pedagogical science in General (including historical education). In any of the three presented topics of the study V. M. Khvostov managed to prove himself as a teacher, historian, and organizer of science.


Results: Vladimir Mikhailovich Khvostov studied relations between the world's leading powers, military clashes, and diplomatic history. However, the creative contribution of this scientist has not yet been the subject of special consideration. The article marks the contribution made by Academician Khvostov Vladimir Mikhailovich in the Pugwash movement, his reports, and talks at international congresses and conferences.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: This paper analyzes numerous historiographical and archival sources and available literature on the research activities and interests of Vladimir Mikhailovich Khvostov in the context of the History of diplomacy and international relations.

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