// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2018. No 2. P. 47-53
In the context of a protracted confrontation with the “collective West” an idea of a geographical expansion of Eurasian integration projects and formation of a “Great Eurasia” becomes crucial for Russia. The author comes to the conclusion that prospects of development of the post-Soviet countries will be determined by their choice between the “collective West” with delegation to it part of their sov-ereignty or global integration projects which are suggested by Russia, India and China.
integration, post-Soviet space, Russian policy, the role of USA/NATO/EU, “asymmetrical” partnership, actors without sovereignty
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