POST-SOVIET EURASIA IN GLOBAL GEOECONOMIC REGIONALIZATION: FIRST OUTLINES

Avatkov V., Evstafiev D.

Abstract

The article examines the impact of identity factors on political, socio-economic, and cultural-historical processes in the Eurasian space. The author provides a classification and evaluation of the largest transforming geopolitical nodes of the Eurasian subsystem. The conclusion is drawn about the inevitability of forming a new economic geography of Eurasia, for which three alternative models of reconfiguration are proposed. The author’s vision of Russia’s role, place, and key tasks in the Eurasian geo-economic model is presented. The main factors for preserving Eurasia as a potential geo-economic macroregion are identified.

Keywords

Russia; Eurasia; integration; geo-economic nodes; destruction of space; consolidation of space.

DOI: 10.31249/rmw/2024.01.03

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