We consider the Solar Cycle - the variation in any solar, heliospheric or cosmic ray parameter, related to the well-known 22-year dynamo-like process on the Sun - and discuss how it is influenced by the inner (the transformation of the solar activity in the basement of the heliosphere) and the external (the interaction between the solar and interstellar winds) factors. The corresponding approaches to the description of the long-term variations (the Solar Cycle, secular and longer ones) in the galactic cosmic ray intensity are outlined.
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