Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Karleba Vladimir Aleksandrovich

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associated professor

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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karleba@mail.ru


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COUNTERING CRIMINAL BUSINESS AND “LEGALIZATION” (LAUNDERING) OF CRIMINAL INCOME IN THE SOVIET RUSSIA AND THE USSR (1918-1936)

abstract 1291705072 issue 129 pp. 1001 – 1019 31.05.2017 ru 40
In the article, we analyze the measures that the lawenforcement authorities of the Soviet Russia and the USSR undertook against the process of bringing the criminal income into the economy of the country and using it for the destabilization of the economy and supporting criminal activities. This work reveals the true essence of criminal funds and the degree of its danger to the state and society. The author suggests that the present-day crisis in the state and political order is, largely, related to the criminogenic component of the country development, i.e. the criminal revolution in Russia in the mid 90-s of the XX century. The criminality has always been a serious problem for the society, but only in some countries it reached the level when it became a threat to national security. The factor contributing to such situation is, in the first place, the lack of action on the part of the society and the state. This allows the criminality to penetrate in all social and public institutes and create the political and economic chaos. For obvious reasons, such social context results in the dissolution of the state and the formation of smaller state structures, the introduction of external control, the loss of sovereignty and the annexation of its territories by more powerful states
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DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF CRIMINAL INCOME LEGALIZATION (LAUNDERING) IN THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE (LATE XIX-EARLY XX CENTURIES)

abstract 1301706038 issue 130 pp. 510 – 526 30.06.2017 ru 119
In the article, we analyze the measures that the lawenforcement authorities of Tsarist Russia undertook against the process of bringing the criminal income into the economy of the country and using it for the extremist and terrorist activities. The fact that the amount of illegal incomes in Russia in the late XIX century and the beginning of the XX century increased massively, and these incomes were used in the social and political life in quite a peculiar way, confirms the idea that in the democratizing society undergoing a number of social reforms many political organizations recourse to searching for and forming illegal sources of financial incomes and further money laundering to support their activities. The increase in crime, especially in the economic sphere, strains social relations, instigates different organizations and movements struggling for power to receive financing from criminal sources. In their turn, the organizations and movements use the criminal incomes for the political struggle, masking it behind noble causes. Criminal associations arising against the national backdrop manipulate the political, cross-national and other kinds of contradictions, existing in international and interstate relations. With the aim of laundering the “shadow” funds and in defiance of the national interests, they use the services of foreign banks and special agencies of antagonistic countries
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