“Cultural policy in the state” is a concept broader than the “cultural policy of the state”. All social groups without exception, large and small, privileged and discriminated, form their own cultural policy; each of us pursues his small personal cultural policy. This policy can be more or less conscious, more or less effective, but in any case it follows the rules of the so-called non-classical rationality, long ago and well studied.
The basic foundation for successful development of our country is the Russians’ desire to live in peace and harmony, good-neighborliness and harmony. We, the population of Russia, of different ages and nationalities, beliefs and creeds, representing different social groups, are the people with common roots and common future. “Neither geopolitical pressure nor sanctions have been able to shake the unity of the Russian people, its striving for truth and justice. It is obvious that the unity of the Russian civil nation is not a myth, but a reality”, said the Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Aslambek Baskluyevich Paskachev, member of the Presidium of the Presidential Council for Interethnic Relations, chairman of the Commission of the said Council on Migration Issues and Social-cultural adaptation of foreign citizens, director of the ANO “Institute of Migration and Interethnic Relations”, chairman of the Supreme Council of the “Russian Congress of the Caucasus Peoples”, member of the Central Staff of the All-Russia People’s Front in his interview with the “ES” magazine. This important conversation about achievements in the sphere of interethnic relations, about peculiarities of the national and migration policy in modern Russia, about responsibility of each of us for the future of our common homeland opens a series of interviews within the framework of the partner support of the project “Actualizing the heritage of Russian integration of peoples and cultures in the format of modern Russia’s “soft power” in the Eurasian space”.
Trans-Asian geo-project of Russia’s transport domination at sea and on land is proposed to be considered as a global Russia’s counteraction to threats in accordance with time and space. Its business content is focused on transformation of Eurasia with the help of “soft power”: through construction of facilities that will improve the life quality of population in Russia and its partner countries. The article outlines approaches to organizing “general cleaning” of the territory for cooperation between historically friendly countries of the Middle Eurasia. The essence of improving the territory between the Kara Sea and the Persian Gulf with the innovative transport infrastructure is to ensure transport domination of Russia both on the sea and the continent, expansion of its economic space. It provides a stable source of acquiring large-scale benefits and advantages for Russians and the country as a whole for many years to come. Without Trans-Asian Corridor of Development prosperity of EAEU, SCO and BRICS will be inadequate.
Global Value Chains (GVCs) are currently the main theoretical concept for analyzing globalization processes in the sphere of industrial production and the object for perfecting the foreign economic policy of each country. Traditions and schools of studying GVCs, that have developed in the world community, can be divided into macrostructural, united under the general title of “internationalism”, and cluster ones, that are forming the “industrialism” trend. Referring to the problem of Russian-Belarusian industrial cooperation in the course of neoindustrialization and formation of new GVCs, macrostructural approach turns out to be completely unproductive for a number of reasons, therefore the authors of the article, considering the programs of Russian-Belarusian cooperation, follow the cluster approach.