Russias Policy in the Post-Soviet Space

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Russias Policy in the Post-Soviet Space
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2015. no. 1. P. 38-49

Abstract. Russia’s policy in the post-Soviet space is analyzed in the article from the stand-point of its long-term strategic interests. The author comes to the conclusion that Russia aims at taking up a dominant position in that space acting as its centre of political, military and economic integration, offering various guarantees to  the CIS countries, and carrying out the policy of energy security.

Keywords: CIS, Eurasian integration, EEU, Russia’s foreign policy concept

 


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For citation:
Shishkov V. Russias Policy in the Post-Soviet Space. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2015, no. 1, pp. 38-49



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