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Khizhnyak V.S.

The main national interests of the Russian Federation in the political sphere (to the problem of

interrelation of international and national law of a state)

The article deals with one of the most important topics of the modern constitutional law

about the role of the national interests in interrelation of international law and the national

law of the state, namely, the character of such interrelation in the political sphere with the

example of national interests of the RF in the political sphere/ The article analyses modern

political situation and national priorities of Russia in this sphere.

Shesteryakova I.V.

Labour rules at globalization age: classification and functions

The article concerns the principles according to which the differentiation of labour law rules

is exercised. The kinds of special rules and the functions of law rules are considered as well.

Chudinov O.R.

Legal category «concurrence deloyale» (unfair competition) in French law

The legal regulation of the competitive surroundings is possible in two planes: first, the

attitudes connected with protection of existence of a competition, secondly, the attitude,

adjusting quality of a competition. In the first case it is a question of the antimonopoly

competitive law. In the second case - about suppression of the facts of unfair competition.

And this article is devoted to analysis of French legal experience in the sphere of regulation

certificates of unfair competition.

Lipkhina N.N.

Lawfulness of interference with rights and freedoms, guaranteed by the Convention

for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms 1950:

the European Court of Human Rights practice

Having undertaken to respect obligations under the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights

and Fundamental Freedoms 1950 the states do not call in question the possibility of committing,

in case of necessity, measures amounted to an interference with the exercise of guaranteed rights.

To evaluate the lawfulness of such interference the European Court of Human Rights applies the

“margin of appreciation” doctrine and a special test on lawfulness of interference.