Political Processes in the Post-Soviet Space (Through the Pages of the IMEMO Monograph)

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Political Processes in the Post-Soviet Space (Through the Pages of the IMEMO Monograph)
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2021. No II (LI). P. 9-18

DOI: 10.20542/2073-4786-2021-2-9-18

Abstract

The reader is invited to the review of the IMEMO RAS collective monograph «Political processes in the post-Soviet space: new trends and old problems» (ed. by E.G. Solovyev and G.I. Chufrin. Moscow, 2020). The review notes the scientific relevance and practical significance of the monograph for modern science and foreign policy activities of modern Russia, as well as identifies most acute problems of new sovereign countries’ functioning after the collapse of the USSR. As a result, it is concluded that dynamics of the ongoing political and economic processes in the post-Soviet space, destabilization of the situation along the perimeter of Russia’s borders requires increased attention of the Russian political, economic, scientific, and cultural elites to the situation in the neighboring countries.


Keywords

USSR, post-Soviet space, Russia, post-Soviet elites, multi-vector, national identity, foreign policy, integration


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For citation:
Belashchenko D., Medvedeva T., Ryzhov I. Political Processes in the Post-Soviet Space (Through the Pages of the IMEMO Monograph). Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2021, No II (LI), pp. 9-18. https://doi.org/10.20542/2073-4786-2021-2-9-18



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