Новые международные отношения в Большой Евразии. Российская стратегия в меняющейся геополитической динамике
The book is devoted to the problems of international development and cooperation in the Eurasian continental space. The authors (mainly employees of the HSE, as well as their colleagues from other research centers) proceed from the belief that this space has significant centripetal potential, which leads to the creation of a single Greater Eurasia "from Lisbon to Singapore." Seemingly extremely ambitious, its formation is as possible as necessary for Russia and other Eurasian states. The book has four sections. The first of them examined the geopolitical prerequisites of Greater Eurasia. Three other sections highlight the problems that exist in the main geographical areas of Greater Eurasia. The monograph is an invitation to a discussion both on particular issues that are raised in them, and on more general issues of Russia's development, its foreign policy priorities, its role in a changing and contradictory world.
Recommended for experts, teachers and students involved in the problems of international relations in the modern world.