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The history of the state development as a subject of legal relations has been developing in leaps and bounds. The first leap was connected with the Renaissance, and then with the Enlightenment. At that time the great geographical discoveries and the book printing development significantly expanded the cognitive abilities of a human being. The filtering functions of the dawned flow of information the humanity relegated to the state. The same thing is happening nowadays, when we keep watch another leap in the development of science. It is for the state the function of law-making has been assigned both inside the state and in the international arena.


Human rights, policy, lawmaking, the subject of legal relations.

Borisov Alexey Nikolaevich – Ph.D. (Political), Head of the UNESCO, chair of MGIMO-University, Russia. E-mail: UNA-Russia .

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