Аграрный вестник Урала № 03 (145) 2016Экономика
EURASIAN INTEGRATION: PRESENT AND FUTURE
The article deals with the process of European socio-economic integration, its distinctive features and complexity at this stage. According to the authors, the course of the Russian Federation in the Eurasian integration is characterized by the following features. Firstly, it is carried out under the international sanctions taken against our country, the US, Canada and EU countries. Secondly, it is complicated by significant differences in mentality, a variety of cultures and historical features of the eastern civilizations. Thirdly, the Eurasian integration takes place in an extremely unfavorable geopolitical and socioeconomic conditions, on the background of sharpening contradictions along the axis of “East – West”. These circumstances leave their mark not only on the character, but also the dynamics and specific directions and forms of the Eurasian integration. The article concludes that different algorithms of Eurasian integration in the CIS and far abroad. The most important challenges posed by the dynamics of the Eurasian integration, the authors consider the demographic situation, a different level of socio-economic development of the participating countries in this integration and threat to international and national security. A special place in the article devoted to the analysis of the factors of Eurasian integration, which are endogenous in nature and characterized the Russian economy itself. Among them: the consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union; the effects of the global economic crisis; demographic problems; the transformation of traditional institutions; some inconsistency in economic policy. On the basis of a comparative analysis of the economic policy of the Russian Federation and China in the article the role of government regulation in a market economy and the potential of our country in the future development of the Eurasian economic integration is shown.
Eurasian integration, demographic asymmetry, geopolitical security, information space, man-made factors, culture, mentality, ethnicity.
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