The article dwells on topical issues of borders security of the Customs Union participants in the current conditions, as well as on combating cross-border challenges and threats, aimed at destabilizing the sociopolitical and economic situation in its territory.
The ambitious project of Eurasian integration, began in 2010 with establishment of the Customs Union, is entering in a decisive phase. Possible depth and desired coverage of unifying movement are identified, time has corrected the principles of interaction with each other and with potential participants. This article describes the Customs Union operation and the integration prospects within the Common Economic Space.
If Russia has recourse to Eurasian integration it will inevitably get rid of the dollar, multinational corporations and oligarchic system.
Russia made a serious compromise on decisionmaking in the Eurasian Economic Commission (“one country — one vote”), despite the obvious difference in economies, size of territory and population.
In three years we have created the basis of the Common Economic Space, which will undoubtedly contribute to the competitiveness of our economy, will stimulate economic growth and expand our opportunities.
Neither Russia, nor China don’t aspire to create any unions and the alliances directed against the third countries.
The value of patent information for innovation activity is well known: the invention is not born in an information vacuum and represents a step from the achieved level of technology. This step can be huge, and more modest in its significance, but both, being implemented, generate innovation.
Construction works in Astana support the country’s economy. It means not only permanent workplaces in our sphere. Construction supports many other industries, at first sight unrelated to construction.