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The Russian-chinese interaction within the Shanghai Organization of Cooperation

Student: Veronika Bondareva

Supervisor: Sergey Luzyanin

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Master

Year of Graduation: 2014

<p style="text-align: justify;">The topic of the diploma is &quot;The Russian-chinese interaction within the Shanghai Organization of Cooperation&quot;. The diploma consists of three chapters, three paragraphs.&nbsp;</p><p style="text-align: justify;">The first chapter contains the analysis of the geopolitical situation in Central Asia, the problem of regional security under conditions of unstable situation is researched. The second chapter is devoted to the analysis of the russian-chinese interaction in economic, military and humanitarian spheres within the Organization. The third chapter is dedicated to the detailed analysis of Russian and Chinese interests within SCO, the position of the sides on the prospect of the regional integration is reflected. &nbsp;</p>

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