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Eurasian integration in the American liberal scientific discourse

Viv'er Virsaviia Nigmatovna

Postgraduate at the Department of Applied analysis of international problems of MGIMO University 

119454, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Prospekt Vernadskogo, 76

ms.viver@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-8671.2019.1.29203

Review date:

11-03-2019


Publish date:

22-03-2019


Abstract: The study of the attitude of the representatives of the US expert community to Russia’s integration initiatives on the Post-Soviet political space is considered to be extremely topical in the context of changes in the global order and the modern condition of Russia - US relations. Traditionally, America’s attitude towards Russia and Eurasian processes has been developing in the context of the struggle between the advocates of different views, particularly, between the conservative and the liberal directions in the foreign-policy discourse of the US. The article focuses on studying the position of the representatives of the liberal “pole” of the American discourse on Russia and Eurasian processes. The research object is the US foreign policy discourse; the subject is the coverage of Eurasian integration in the intellectual products of scientific and academical institutions. The study is based on the constructivist paradigm; it fills the lacunae in the understanding of the nature and the specificity of integration processes coverage by the liberal expert community of the US. the problematic character of the topic is conditioned by the ambiguity of the situation when the importance of the Eurasian microregion for the global foreign policy strategy of the US is declared, while the absence of any special attention and serious study of Russia’s integration initiatives is obvious in the context of Washington’s support for integration processes of other formats. Integration projects, as viewed by the American specialists, are only one type of instruments used by Russia for realization of its own regional and global agenda. Previously, the aims of Russia’s foreign policy to a large extent reduced to the territories of former Soviet republics. After the events in Ukraine, the horizons of Russia’s foreign policy have significantly changed; the scale of its activities has extended in geographical and operative sense, while the set of instruments is still the same.


Keywords: Eurasianism, Russian strategy, Russian policy, integration projects, Post-Soviet region, Eurasian integration, Customs union, Eurasian Economic Union, American , Eurasia
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