"Network Wars" as a New Type of Deviation Processes in the Modern Electronic and Information Society in the Context of Social and Economic Security

Irina Sovetovna Karabulatova, Pavel Vladimirovich Barsukov, Ilnur Vazirovich Akhmetov, Mamatelashvili Olga Vladimirovna, Faiz Farvazovich Khizbullin

Abstract


Incapacity of the existing global and regional architecture focused, especially in the Euro-Atlantic region, only on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and also imperfection of legal tools and mechanisms more and more create a threat to international protection in general, and to the Russian Federation in particular. A present stage in the world community development was marked by rapid globalization of all spheres of life which has absorbed countries and the whole continents as a result of which the system interdependence of events happening in the world space has created. This circumstance has aggravated the interstate contradictions connected with irregularity of the development, the deepening of a gap between the standards of well-being of countries (Karepova, et al, 2015; Ryazantsev, et al, 2014; Ryazantsev, et al 2015 & Ryazantsev, et al, 2015). Values and models of the development became the subject of the global competition (Gerber, 2010; Gabdrafikov, et al, 2015 & Dixon, et al, 2015), and, therefore, the grounds for evolution of a legal base in the context of the global competition appears, that is necessary for understanding of forces which influence the law on a competition at the international level. The rapid scientific and technical progress has led to a change of the environment and the increased role of information in citizens’ everyday life that leads to a change of parameters of the social and economic security (Zamaletdinov et al, 2014 & Bugeja, 2015). Along with the positive influence on production and active processes, information and information technologies create the huge opportunities to manipulate individual and mass consciousness, taking economic and material resources, a change and taking by the political power in regions and the whole countries. Authors give the grounds and description of the conceptual model of "a network war" as an innovative mechanism of realization of the geopolitical strategy of the main world powers in the first decade of the XXI century on the example of the analysis of the main stages of foreign policy activities of the western countries for destabilization of a situation in Ukraine in 2013-2014. Authors point out the factors which will define the future of globalization, analyze a phenomenon of "network wars" as an effective mechanism on ensuring the influence and forecasting of decisions on the global social and economic management.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s3p150


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