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1 September 13, 2018

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1. Pavel N. Biriukov
On the Legal Status of Medicinal Products in the EU and the UK

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 3-9.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.3CrossRef

The article deals with the legal status of orphan medicinal products in the EU. The author examines the EU documents in relation to the development, registration, production and sale of orphan medical products. The author studies the main stages of the registration of orphan medicinal products at the EU level. Special attention is paid to delegated documents of the Commission. In this article, some provisions of EU law are set forth by the author in a form adapted for understanding by Russian lawyers. The author shows how EU member states implement EU rules. The UK conducts a timely transposition of the provisions of the EU documents into the national legal system.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541504252.pdf
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2. Dusan Dabovic
Overview of Different Approaches to GMO Legislation

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 10-21.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.10CrossRef

The aim of this article is to identify and classify different approaches to legislation on genetically modified organisms, the underlying causes of these approaches, and typical examples of different policies. In this paper the formal-legal method, comparative method, method of text analysis and statistical method were used. In doing so, scientific works in the mentioned area, relevant regulations of the observed state entities, as well as newspaper texts and electronic databases were used. In accordance with the classification of the application of new technologies, especially biotechnology, which can lead to concerns about the effects on human and animal health, as well as on the environment, basic approaches to GMO legislation have been established – from permissive, through cautious, to prohibitive approaches. As the characteristic examples of different approaches, appropriate regulations at the highest level of authority in the US, EU, China, the Russian Federation, as well as in the Republic of Serbia have been analyzed. In addition, in each of these entities, regulations at the lower level of authority were observed, which differently regulate the use of GMOs.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541504573.pdf
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3. Timur M. Khusyainov
Sexual Violence against Minors in the Criminal Legislation of the Republic of Serbia

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 22-29.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.22CrossRef

This article examines the provisions of the criminal legislation of the Republic of Serbia on sexual violence against minors. The author considers the extent of this type of crime, and also gives the main provisions of the criminal legislation of Serbia regarding the sexual immunity of juveniles contained in the articles of the Criminal Code, as well as special regulations; and the provisions of international agreements ratified by that country. The main task of the work is the analysis of foreign experience in the protection of the rights of minors. At the same time, the transformation of the norms of the Serbian legislation regarding the sexual inviolability of minors, the implementation of international norms of law, and the expansion of Serbian national law are analyzed. The author outlines the main characteristics of the criminal legislation of Serbia in the issues of counteracting the phenomenon of sexual violence against minors. In this study, separate articles of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia are analyzed and comparative analysis is conducted between them, while in interpreting certain provisions and concretizing law enforcement practice, the author actively engages modern Serbian scientific literature. Legislation of the Republic of Serbia demonstrates a high differentiation in the composition of the crime, which probably makes it possible to combat crime more successfully.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541504851.pdf
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4. Sergey E. Smirnykh
The Impact of International Information Security on the Exercise of the Right of Peoples to Self-Determination

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 30-39.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.30CrossRef

The article explores topical issues of the influence of international information security on the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination in the context of globalization. The creation of a single international information space has both positive and negative aspects. Under these conditions, ensuring the security of states is possible only within the framework of a collective strategy. Various threats to international information security have been investigated. Some points of view on the concept of international information security are considered. International documents enshrining the provisions on the right of peoples to self-determination are analyzed. Topical issues of the principle of territorial integrity of states are considered. It is noted that the issues of the influence of international information security on the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination in the context of globalization are also relevant for Russia.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541504970.pdf
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5. Luan Nguyen Thanh
Provision of Agricultural Land Law in Vietnam: Reality and Petition for Changes

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 40-48.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.40CrossRef

This article analyzes legal issues related to agricultural land in Vietnam such as which kinds of land is defined as agricultural land, land use term, quotas of accumulating and concentrating agricultural land, base for establishing the agricultural land use rights, rights and obligations of agricultural land users. Especially, the article does not only evaluates the reasonable points of those issues, but also figures out the insufficiencies and drawbacks with a view to changing those limits, improving land law then contributing in the development of agriculture in Vietnam nowadays.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541505028.pdf
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6. Victor V. Vorobyov
Computer Сrimes as a Part of Information Crime in Russia: Problems of Counteraction

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 49-57.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.49CrossRef

Crime in the sphere of computer information tends to steady growth and mentions the major fields of activity not only the certain states, but also the world community in general. In this regard, exclusively relevant is an improvement of the legislation on counteraction to these criminal encroachments. By the analysis, logical and comparative and legal methods of knowledge it was revealed that the Russian criminal legislation in the sphere of fight against computer crimes has a number of essential shortcomings to which it is possible to carry: lack of legal interpretation of many terms which are contained in articles 159.3, 159.6, 187, 272, 273, 274 Criminal Code of the Russian Federation; shortcomings of designs of these articles; inconsistency of the Russian criminal legislation with the international legal acts and also shortcomings of the international cooperation in counteraction of computer crime. The data of judicial statistics on convicts provided by the author in Russia for commission of computer crimes from 2003 for 2017 I support conclusions about existence of problems in this area of law-enforcement activity. Synthesis, generalization and analogy as knowledge methods, allowed to give author's definition to such concepts as: "illegal access to computer information"; "malicious computer application". For the purpose of improvement of the criminal legislation of Russia, offers on introduction of additions in article 272-273 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation are made and also new Art. 274.1 of UKRF is subject to the critical analysis.

URL: http://ejournal25.com/journals_n/1541505087.pdf
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7. Alexei A. Moiseev
Review: Tymofeyeva A. Non-Governmental Organisations under the European Convention on Human Rights: Exceptional Legal Standing. Monografie. RWW Science and New Media Passau-Berlin-Prague, 2015 338 p. ISBN 978-3-9816855-9-6

Russian Journal of Legal Studies, 2018, 5(1): 58-61.
DOI: 10.13187/rjls.2018.1.58CrossRef

The author elaborates on the legal standing of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) under the European Convention on Human Rights. This book’s objective is to prove that the position that the NGOs hold in the proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights is unique. This exceptional status has no comparisons in any other international treaty all over the world. Special attention is paid to the non-governmental organisations acting in the capacity of an applicant. The research shows that not all of the rights set forth in the European Convention are applicable to them. Nonetheless, in respect of those rights bestowed upon NGOs, they have been able to attain significant amounts of just satisfaction arriving at millions and even billions of euro.

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