International Transport Corridors as a Factor in the Formation of the Greater Eurasian Partnership

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International Transport Corridors as a Factor in the Formation of the Greater Eurasian Partnership
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2023. no. III (LX). P. 68-77

DOI: 10.20542/2073-4786-2023-3-68-77

Abstract. In 2015 a Greater Eurasian Partnership initiative was announced, but disputes regarding its conceptual content and institutional design are still ongoing. According to the author the Greater Eurasian Partnership should be formed in two key areas. Firstly, through the establishment of permanent links between key multilateral organizations in the Greater Eurasia (EAEU, SCO, ASEAN) which can synchronize their agenda and achieve a synergistic effect. Secondly, through the practical implementation of global projects in which several participants will be interested. One of the most promising areas of such cooperation is the creation and development of international transport corridors (ITCs). Following the creation of the ITC the accompanying infrastructure, industrial production in the neighboring areas, customs regulation begin to develop – such corridors are a powerful impetus for the development of a number of industries. In addition, effective and mutually beneficial joint infrastructure projects are a significant guarantee for maintaining friendly relations among the participants implementing these projects. The goal of almost all trans-regional integration projects announced since the 2010s is the formation of optimal transport corridors, the creation of sustainable and cost-effective supply chains and the development of related infrastructure. And the Greater Eurasian Partnership is no exception. It is the launch and uninterrupted operation of international transport corridors that can become a driver for expanding cooperation in the format of the Greater Eurasian Partnership and deepening cooperation of all interested participants in priority sectors of the economy.

Keywords: Greater Eurasian Partnership, EAEU, SCO, ASEAN, international transport corridors (ITC), North-South ITC, transport policy, integration


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Martynova E. International Transport Corridors as a Factor in the Formation of the Greater Eurasian Partnership. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2023, no. III (LX), pp. 68-77. https://doi.org/10.20542/2073-4786-2023-3-68-77



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