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Broadcast of ideas in the Russian Imperial ideology and geopolitics (1700 ? anniversary of the Edict of Milan)

Journal: Studia Humanitatis (Vol.2013, No. 2)

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Keywords : Constantine the Great; Edict of Milan; Russia; Byzantium; the Golden Horde; broadcast empire; Muscovy; Russian Empire; Eastern policy; Greek project;

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The idea of empire broadcasting that came into the state ideology originates from the time of the Baptism of Kievan Rus' and going through some changes in the Moscow period it blooms in the imperial rule. Russia's eastern policy based on the Byzantine heritage that is relied on the ideological and geopolitical understanding of the development of the intellectual heritage of European theories coming from Constantine the Great and pledged their state-Christian foundation of the Edict of Milan in 313 AD, interwoven with the trends coming from the Asian world form Russia. This article is devoted to the analysis of these historical vectors.

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