Постсоветская Россия — 25 лет: портрет в зеркале исследований межгосударственных и неправительственных организаций (начало)
The article is devoted to the analysis of the image of post-Soviet Russia in state research studies of 22 interstate and non-governmental organizations, based on the results of which 30 estimated indicators of the institutional characteristics of the state are determined. Politico-administrative features of the image of Russia are determined by the fact that the ruling is an undemocratic regime with a pronounced authoritarian tendency that does not ensure the implementation at the proper level of basic political and state orders for the modern state. There is a low efficiency of managing the affairs of the state and a very high level of corruption, which hampers free economic competition and intensive innovative development. The pace of social development and the quality of life of Russian citizens are below the world average, and there are significant problems in the sphere of health, education and other social spheres. In the international aspect, post-Soviet Russia, with satisfactory economic competitiveness and sufficiently high involvement in the globalization process, is rated as a very unpacific state with low institutional stability.