Управление региональными конфликтами в условиях цифровизации современного общества: методология и практики реализации
The monograph was prepared following the results of the International Scientific Forum of Conflict Resolutions "Management of regional conflicts in the context of digitalization of modern society: methods long history and practice of implementation ", held at the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University those November 20-21, 2020 in Kazan. The monograph analyzes the diversity of scientific applied aspects of managing regional conflicts in the modern digitalizing society.
The monograph is addressed to academic scientists, specialists in the field of regional studies and management of regional conflicts, conflictologists-consultants, conflictologists-managers, representatives of public organizations, teachers and students.
This chapter focuses on the important area of integration of the Greater Eurasia project: defense and security in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The chapter examines in detail the defense and security dimension of Greater Eurasia through the example of military cooperation between China and Russia as the main driver of Greater Eurasia. It is concluded that by 2016, an "average" level of military interaction had been achieved in Russian-Chinese relations, which opens up opportunities for further integration. However, given that relations between the two great powers are built on a solid foundation of national interests and sovereign equality, further military integration of Russia and China is being questioned. The pandemic, in the context of growing contradictions with official Washington, has intensified the more self-confident and assertive behavior of official Beijing in the foreign arena.