ИНТЕГРАЦИОННЫЕ СИСТЕМЫ И ПРОБЛЕМЫ ПОЛИТИЧЕСКОЙ СТАБИЛЬНОСТИ: ПОИСК ЗАКОНОМЕРНОСТЕЙ И ОПЫТ ПРОГНОЗИРОВАНИЯ
This article analyzes the relationship of integration, one of the deﬁning trends of our time, with the political stability of countries and regions. An analysis of the events of the last several years leads to the hypothesis of a close relationship be- tween integration as a process and stability as a category of the political process in particular countries and regions. One of the main conclusions is that integrated systems are able to create a much-needed “space of equilibrium” for the modern world and as a result contribute to the stabilization of national political systems. However, these processes are accompanied by a variety of different kinds of risk, including the integration strategy of aggressive contenders for regional and global leadership. The relationship between the dynamic of integration and political stability is analyzed using the examples of the modern Arab world and Latin America. The correlation of integration and stability is very important for modern Russia as the leader of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). Strengthening the integration of identity and political stability of the EAEU member states is considered in the context of opposition to integration with the EU program “Eastern Partnership.” Finding a way out of the geopolitical deadlock is impossible without building a new post-conﬂict platform trialogue of EAEU-EU-“Eastern Partnership” countries. A signiﬁcant result of compromise strategies should be the stabilization of the political regimes, systems and the region as a whole. At the global level, the consolidation of new supranational pillars of the world's political and economic architecture (EAEU, BRICS, SCO) is becoming a necessary condition for the formation of an anti-crisis model for the new world order.