Eurasian Integration As Russia’s Global Geopolitical Project
December 13, 2012

V. Putin’s return to the post of the President of the Russian Federation was marked with a sharp activation of neo-empire and neo-colonial components of Russia's foreign policy. First of all, it concerns the strategic initiatives of Moscow as to the foundation of the Euro-Asian Union, which is now the main idea and one of the main directions of the RF's leaders' activity.

Customs Union as an Instrument of Implementation of Russia's Geo-Political Plans at the Post-Soviet Area
November 28, 2012

A strategic goal of the Russian Federation’s foreign policy at the current stage of its development is reestablishment of its role of a great world state, equal to other world centres of force. Achieving this goal means establishing Russian control at the post soviet territories through various integration structures, which include countries of the former USSR.

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