Eurasian Integration Coverage in the Scientific and Academic Discourse of the United States

Author: Vivier V.N.

Communicology. 2019. Vol.7. No.1
Viver Virsaviya Nigmatovna, post-graduate student, dept. of applied international analysis, Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Address: 119454, Russia, Moscow, Vernadsky av., 76.

Abstract. The research of Eurasian integration publications is actual in the context of the world order changing and nowadays Russian-American relations. The foreign policy of Russia and the United States in the Post-Soviet countries is the most sensitive issue of bilateral agenda which promoted emergence of crisis in the Russian-American interaction. The survey is aimed to fill the gap in understanding of the nature and features of Eurasian integration from the point of US experts. The research supplements nowadays awareness and systematizes the new information. It is supposed to pursue the descriptive review which is providing essence of current scientific knowledge and trends in development of this knowledge.

Keywords: Post-Soviet region, Eurasian integration, integration projects, Russian policy, American “think tanks”

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For citation: Vivier V.N. Eurasian Integration Coverage in the Scientific and Academic Discourse of the United States. Communicology (Russia). 2019. Vol. 7. No.1.
DOI 10.21453/2311-3065-2019-7-1-33-42.

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