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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ilmir Agliullin
EAEU as Promising Project of Russian Foreign and Economic Policy
Politics. Economics. Philosophy
(Master’s programme)
2016
Despite the current difficulties, the course for the implementation of the Eurasian Economic Union is one of the most promising vectors of Russian foreign and foreign economic policy. Priority Integration Project is conditioned not only by the fact that Russia traditionally considers the post-Soviet region as a zone of privileged political and economic interests, but also the fact that the formation of the EAEC is under a real economic potential. In addition, the EAEC is a form of participation of Russia in the global economy, as well as the potential to reveal the transit potential of the country through participation in the formation of transit and transportation corridors in Eurasia. A striking example of this are the plans for conjugation EAEC and the Chinese economic zone project "Silk Road", the formation mechanisms of integration with other associations and individual countries.

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