Политика невоенной безопасности в Большой Евразии: Совпадают ли взгляды ведущих держав?
The concept of Greater Eurasia is substantially a network concept inviting the multiplication of the number and quality of nods in Eurasian space. Presently it does not imply integration but proposes the growth of trade, investment, and cultural ties. The main impediment to the expansion of interlinks between the countries of the continent are differences in the approaches to security matters including soft security. This article focuses on security, and it will concentrate on the compatibility of soft security stances by most important Eurasian actors: China, Russia, and the European Union. Since military-political security is a particular and separate field, and because of the evolution of security concepts in recent years, the article will focus on non-military security, specifically on economic, technological, ecological, and societal security