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ELIB.JP is a digital library, repository and archive for the preservation of scientific and literary works of Japanese and foreign authors. The project works on the principles of free participation: everyone can register and save their scientific or literary works. Read and publish with ELIB.JP!

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EVGENY YU. SERGEEV. RUSSIAN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE IN THE WAR WITH JAPAN, 1904 - 1905. SECRET OPERATION ON LAND AND SEA. London-New York: Routledge, 2007. 252 p.* The interest of Russian and foreign researchers in the history of Russian and Soviet intellige…
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Collection of scientific articles, comp., ed. by A. S. Dybovsky. Vladivostok: Publishing House of the Far Eastern University, 2007, 188 p. The name of the prominent Russian Japanist Yevgeny Genrikhovi…
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In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the ruling circles of the Korean Empire, while solving the problems of strengthening the state and ensuring the effectiveness of governance, drew attention t…
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The difficulties of forming a new Afghan statehood determine the relevance of analyzing the political tradition of Afghanistan and the foundations on which it is based. In this article, for the first time in the Russian scientific literature, an attempt is…
Moscow-Lipetsk: Inform LLC, 2007. 382 p. At present, Russian historiography is in the process of rethinking the history of international relations, an important component of which was the foreign policy of the Russian Empire - Soviet Russia - USSR. Thanks …
On October 10, 2007, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted the All-Russian scientific conference "Russia and Japan at the Beginning of the XXI Century", organized…
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"Jin ping Mei" ("Plum Blossoms in a golden vase"), or" Jin, Ping, Mei", is the most original, mysterious and scandalously famous of the great novels of medieval China, probably the first completely cr…
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November 7, 2007 marked the 80th anniversary of the birth and 50th anniversary of the famous Russian Mongol scholar, chief researcher of the Korea and Mongolia Department, teacher, translator, Doctor …
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The phenomenon of the ancient Egyptian kingdom, due to the extraordinary importance of this institution in ancient Egyptian culture and social life, has been attracting the attention of specialists for a century, being the subject of diverse research and d…
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On November 6-8, 2007, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences hosted a working meeting and a scientific conference on the joint Russian-Mongolian project " Russia and Mon…
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The foreign policy goals and state interests of South Korea and Russia in Northeast Asia (NEA) coincide and imply close cooperation not only in the process of the six-party talks on the DPRK's nuclear…
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Collision of gas molecules is the source of energy. We assemble a simple galvanic cell (analogous to the well-known battery). We place two electrodes with a potential difference in a NaCl solution. With a fixed load of the external circuit, we discharge th…
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Front side: :   Progress Sums:-1,-2,-3,-4,-5...    1,2,3,4,5... We express the formulas:Sn= (n²a₁+n)/2, ; Sn-1=(n²a₁-n)/2,.  (n - Number of summing members, a₁ -  first member of the progression. With a negative or positive value n. Expressions Sn-1, Sn-2 …
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Directional movement.       Properties of the magnetic field of the permanent magnet the neutral zone is the presence of force directed motion (self-motion magnetic) with a strong attraction towards any main pole of the other magnet (magnetized ferromagnet…
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© Magnetic self-motion.   Owner Andrey Andreevich Verner. The main property of the neutral zone of a permanent magnet is the presence of a directed force of motion (magnetic self-motion) with a pronounced attraction, in relation to any main pole of another…
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THE "RUSSIAN" FACE OF ISRAEL: FEATURES OF A SOCIAL PORTRAIT. Comp. and edited by M. Koenigstein. Moscow: Bridges of Culture; Jerusalem: Gesharim, 2007, 503 p. The collective work devoted to various aspects of the life of the Russian-speaking community in I…
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ПУБЛ., ВСТУП. ARTICLE AND COMMENT BY D. Y. ARAPOV The Bolsheviks officially declared their benevolent attitude towards Islam and Muslims, the second largest confessional group in Russia (after the Orthodox), in the first days after they came to power1. Thi…
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Comp. by I. N. Vasilyeva-Yuzhin, Moscow: Rudomino Publishing House, 2007, 319 p. The 200th anniversary of establishing contacts between Russia and Australia was widely celebrated in 2007 in both countries. Scientific conferences were held, and books dedica…
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Religious diversity has always been a feature of the Middle East region. The need to ensure peaceful coexistence within a religiously heterogeneous society contributed to the emergence of a unique system of complex organization of socio-political relations…
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In 1947-1970. Japanese Orthodoxy was split into two jurisdictions: the Moscow Patriarchate and the American Archdiocese, an example of the sad consequences of the Cold War. This schism was disproporti…
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The Central Zionist Archive (Israel) (Hebrew-ha-archion ha-zioni ha-merkazi, hereinafter - CSA) is one of the main institutions of the country for the storage and study of documents, where a huge amount of materials on the history of the Zionist movement i…
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It will join. article, translated from the kit. and comm. by A. S. RYSAKOV "Zhuzi yulei" ("Conversations of Zhu-tzu") is a collection of conversations of the outstanding Chinese philosopher Zhu Xi (1130 - 1200) with his students. This work is a valuable so…
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Moscow: Natalis; Ripol Classic. 2006. 479 p. (Oriental collection) The publication of a translation of the classic work of the Dutch scholar Robert van Gulik "Sexual Life in Ancient China "(St. Peters…
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On January 30-February 1, 2007, Moscow hosted the Fourteenth Annual International Conference on Judaica 1 - a significant event in the Jewish scientific life of the CIS and Baltic countries. The conference was attended by more than 200 scientists from 55 c…
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China's powerful entry into the processes of globalization began almost simultaneously with the country's transition to market reforms in the late 70s and early 80s of the last century. As the reforms deepened and expanded, and as the country's economic, p…
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The literature on the history of Mongolia in the 20th century is vast and diverse. The bulk of the collection consists of collective and individual works by Russian and Mongolian authors created at di…
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The Eighth Pacific-Asian Conference on Korean Studies (PACKS) was held on December 15-17, 2006 in Delhi, the capital of India. The Forum of Korean Studies of the Asia-Pacific Region has become a repre…
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On February 25, 2007, the National Museum of Ethnology of Japan (Osaka) organized an international symposium "Socialist Modernization in Mongolia: a Re-evaluation of A. D. Simukov and his works", dedi…
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Vedic mythology contains a wealth of material about the worldview, lifestyle and social activity of the ancient Aryans. But this material is largely inaccessible to the perception of modern people because of the allegorical nature of the language of myths.…
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The missionary activity of St. Nicholas of Japan (Ivan Dmitrievich Kasatkin, 1836-1912) has been studied in comparative detail in modern Russian and foreign historiography. Meanwhile, his journalistic…
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The article examines the history of the formation of a complex in Japanese culture, the components of which were: the practice of fixing "unusual phenomena", divination in relation to these phenomena,…
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In South Korea, Confucian traditions are strong, thanks to which the ideology of male superiority permeates the entire system of social relations. Until now, women's participation in politics and big business remains very modest compared to the developed c…
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Over the past 15 years, the study of Israel in Russian has developed at an unprecedented pace. If in previous years most of the literature published in Russia about Israel appeared under headlines like: "Racism under the Blue Star "(Saratov, 1981), "Intern…
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Jiang Chengzong, Yang Zezhui bianzhu. Beijing: Shijie zhishi chubanshe, 2005. 326 p.* China's economy cannot but be one of the largest in the world simply because of the huge population of this countr…
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Moscow: Yazyki slavyanskoi kul'tury, 2005, 269 p. (Studia historica. Series minor) The book under review by Lyudmila Mikhailovna Ermakova, a well-known specialist in Japanese literature, Doctor of Phi…
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Modern reforms in China have affected all spheres of life in Chinese society, including education. However, the great Chinese civilization actively uses its spiritual heritage in the context of global culture. This article shows how the problem of personne…
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Important information for authors

Why is it important to save your scholarly work in a digital library?

There are many reasons why it is important to keep your scholarly work online. Let's focus on the main ones:
  1. Wide access: The Internet allows researchers and scholars around the world easy access to your scholarly work. This is especially important for those who live or work in remote countries or regions or sparsely populated areas where access to scholarly publications may be limited.
  2. Preservation and dissemination of knowledge: The preservation and dissemination of scientific works on the Internet ensures the preservation and dissemination of knowledge that can be used to advance science. This helps avoid duplication of research and facilitates access to previous works, which contributes to faster human progress.
  3. Citation: Storing research papers online at a specific address provides a permanent link to your work, making it easier for other scientists to cite and use your research. It also helps to increase your citation index in academia.
  4. Archiving: Storing research papers online ensures that they are archived and preserved for the future. This is important so that researchers can access previous works and use them in their own research.
  5. Dissemination of ideas: Keeping scientific papers online provides an opportunity to disseminate ideas and research results to a wide audience. This can lead to a broader discussion of ideas and a faster dissemination of knowledge in the scientific community.

What can I save in a digital library?

In a digital library, authors can save all kinds of digital information:
  1. E-books: digital versions of books, which can be saved in PDF, DJVU, or other e-book formats.
  2. Scientific articles: scientific publications that can be saved in text form for reading from a computer screen or other gadget or in PDF or other electronic article formats (in which case articles can also be read from both desktop and mobile device screens).
  3. Journals: digital versions of journals that can be saved in PDF or other electronic journal formats.
  4. Audio and video materials: lecture recordings, music, movies and other video and audio files. Audio files are stored in a special storage, and we recommend uploading videos to Youtube and then inserting a link to them in your publications in the library.
  5. Documents: different types of documents, such as brochures, manuals, reports, articles, and other documents. There is a special section for files in the library.
  6. Maps and drawings: different types of graphic images, including maps, charts, drawings, diagrams, and other types of images. They can be stored in the Photo Documents section.
  7. Electronic textbooks and learning materials: digital versions of textbooks, study guides, and other learning materials.
  8. Electronic newspapers: digital versions of newspapers that can be saved in PDF or other electronic newspaper formats.
  9. Photos: digital images of photos and other graphic materials.
  10. Archival materials: digital versions of documents and other materials from archives and museums.
  11. Research information: digital versions of articles, reports, dissertations, and other research-related materials.
  12. Electronic diaries: digital versions of diaries and other personal entries. The library has a special section for author diaries, where you can keep entries in chronological order.
  13. Electronic patents: digital versions of patents and other documents related to intellectual property.
  14. Internet Archives: electronic versions of web pages and other online materials that can be saved in archiving programs and uploaded for preservation in the library.
  15. Computer programs and applications: digital versions of software, applications, and games.
  16. Electronic dictionaries and reference books: digital versions of various dictionaries and reference books on various topics.
  17. Music: digital versions of music, albums, and other audio materials.
  18. Digital maps: electronic versions of maps, geographic and topographic data.

Why is the digital library free for authors and readers?

All services to authors and readers are provided free of charge. So it was, so it is and so it will be. There are several reasons why the library stores and makes available information published by authors for free:
  1. Accessibility. Free access to information makes it available to all users, regardless of their financial status or location. This is important to ensure equal access to education and information for all.
  2. Dissemination of knowledge. The purpose of digital libraries is to disseminate knowledge and information throughout the world. Free access to information contributes to this goal because it allows people to access the latest scientific discoveries and other important information resources.
  3. Social effect. Many authors, especially those who publish their works in the electronic library, do not receive direct financial benefits from their publications, but do so in order to promote science and disseminate knowledge. Providing free access to their work helps them achieve this goal.
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