Formation and Development of the Modern Eurasian Space

Author: Tatyana A. Yashkova

Communicology. 2018. Vol.6. No.2
Tatyana Alexeevna Yashkova, Dr. Sc. (Pol.), professor at the Academy of Labour and Social Relations. Address: Адрес: 119454, Moscow, Lobachevsky st., 90. E-mail:

Abstract. The paper is dedicated to the critical issue of the formation of the Eurasian space at the beginning of the XXI century in conditions of a new economic transformation and destabilization of the world economic, political and cultural space. The author gives the main theoretical views of the major theorists of the Eurasian space, namely N. Danilevsky, V. Soloviev, S. Bulgakov, N. Berdyaev, V. Ernst, E. Trubetskoy, as well as modern geopolitics, such as H. Mackinder and Z. Brzezinski. This paper reveals the process of formation and development of the Eurasian economic space from its inception to the present stage of development. The author analyses the main stages of the formation of the Eurasian economic space and leads different points of view of contemporary political persons directly involved in the political processes. Besides, the author analyzes the possible ways of further cooperation and interaction within the Eurasian Union in the first quarter of the XXI century in various areas of integration development, and gives an expert analysis of the future development of the Eurasian Union.

Keywords: Asia-Pacific region, Eurasian Union, Eurasian Economic Union, EEU, integration, international cooperation, Shanghai cooperation organization (SCO)

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For citation: Yashkova T.A. Formation and Development of the Modern Eurasian Space. Communicology (Russia). 2018. Vol. 6. No.2. P. 85-93. DOI 10.21453 / 2311-3065-2018-6-2-85-93.

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