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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Davi E`rnand FR Bintsene
Prospects for US-Russian Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region
Bachelor’s programme
2014
The aim is not only to forecasting the development of bilateral relations between Russia and the United States , but also the analysis of the economic component of the two countries through the prism of their policies , taking into account the other forces of the Asian -Pacific region.To achieve this goal , it is assumed the following tasks:and comparative analysis of policy in Russia and the United States in the region to identify their national interests.- a study of economic trends in the region , within the framework of the integration process .- Chinese influence factors affect Russian- US relations in the region?- identification of common aspects that can stimulate the convergence of the two countries .- suggest possible ways of developing relations between Russia and the United States in the Asia Pacific .

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